15 August 2007

latest creations

" goddess of light"

"the little match girl"

Both ATCs were made using the same technique. I took an image from my Ephemera CD collection that was printed on a laser jet printer. Next I selected the paper I wanted to use (watrecolor paper, cardstock, patterned paper) then covered the image with a thin layer of matte gel medium. I then flipped it face DOWN onto my background of choice, brayered it then went over it with my bone folder. Voila!


Rosehaven Cottage said...

Love the little match girl. The red is perfect! Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

izabella said...


I just found your message you left some time ago on my website (Velvet & Rust) I just rolled back into to town a few dayz ago, trying to catch up on all of my emails :)

I adore your art, your art cards are wonderful!! oh so dreamy~ and I love all the different techniques you use~

will be watching for more of your lovely creations!

xo ~Bella

kate said...

I love the colours in the little match girl. She is wonderful. The papers with the German words on them are perfect accompaniments to the images.

Last weekend, I started experimenting with gel medium transfers. I need to do some practicing ... probably need a brayer, though I did go over and over it with a bone folder. Any hints about being successful with this?

Zenmomma said...

I just found your blog and love your work. I have a question about using gel medium. Do you wait for the image to dry? How do you remove the unwanted backing paper after the image is transferred?

Thanks for your help.

Hermine said...

Gorgeous. Really love the softness.

cookievf said...

Thank you ladies! I think I love this technique because it's my way of avoiding a PERFECT "copy" of someone elses image. It's much more personal and certainly varies each and every time. - xo