Sunday, 15 February 2009

Flutterby & Lighthouse


An atc that i made usinggolds, greens and copper paints on textured card for the background and vintage butterfly stamps and inks and pens for butterfly and a little foam to lift the wings slightly














The second one is a stencilled Lighthouse that i have made using polyfiller ( yep thats right ) Me and my whacky experiments hehehe. I used the polyfiller with paints and inks and then sealed to stop it from crumbling. I liked the 3d effect it gave

11 comments:

Jaqi said...

Fab atcs, my favourite is the butterfly the colours are amazing. ts wonderful.
The lighthouse is lovely too, was it a bit like using texture paste? Did you have any problems with it cracking when it dried? Well done though they are fab, Jaqi

Viv's Visuals said...

These are both lovely! The butterfly one is real pretty, love the colours..... and polyfilla????LOL Nothing ventured, nothing gained!! It's turned out really well!

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow wow wow wow wow you create so fabulous new pieces June. Love them.

Genie Sea said...

Butterflies and a lighthouse! My favorite! :)

Steph said...

Oh wow, June. Love the butterfly ATC, the coppery colours are just beautiful

torpenhow07 said...

Your ATCs are fantastic as always June. The butterfly one is gorgeous, love the colour combination.
Pollyfilla!!!??? gosh June where do you get your inspiration from?
The effect is fantastic and the colouring is great

Genie said...

Both lovely, have a look at my lighthouse painting there is a link to Raymonty who has a lighthouse compitition going on his blog,

Sue said...

June these are great, the butterfly is so pretty, but I just love your lighthouse xx

Raymonty said...

June ~ I posted the 'Lighthousepf' that you created to,'Calling All Artists(Light House Contest).

Lorraine said...

love the gold rich tones of the butterfly ATC and what a great use of poly filla that could be used instead of molding paste..thanks for your great comments on my blog

Tacey said...

these are both beautiful..but my favorite is the "flutterby". It's fabulous and I love the background.