Category: Postcard

Oct 27

Postcard: Fish and Face postcard

I used as the base of this a beautiful piece of 12″ x12″ paper that I got from a big pack during my annual craft glut at Thanksgiving. I love this paper. It’s nicely heavy cardstock (not heavy enough for this, but not a bad start) that has a gorgeous design on both side. It’s …

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Oct 27

Postcard: Fish Postcard

This isn’t much of a postcard, I mean, I didn’t do any of the art. The front looked that beautiful just because that’s how the paper looked, and all I did on the back was add the line of fleur-de-lis to demarcate the address side from the text side. But still, my goal in making …

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Oct 24

Postcard: Steampunk Two

These images are unusually clear, because I used my flatbed scanner to copy them instead of photographing them. I had intended to do all of them this way, but it’s a horrid nuisance. It’s not fast AT ALL, and I had a big stack of postcards, so I gave up after these two.

Oct 19

Postcard: Steampunk Writing

In a way, this series of postcards is like a series of quick sketches. What do they call them, when you do sketches of one and two minutes poses? Can’t remember. Anyway, I decided I wanted to send more postcards to my friends, especially my sister-in-law, Beth, and my brother Rick. Postcards are expensive, so …

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