Thursday, November 8, 2012

corrugated cardboard 2


I think I'm starting to get the hang of using corrugated cardboard for etegami. The areas where the "ribs" show are where I cut and peeled away the top layer of paper. These are not collages. It's really fun. : )

9 comments:

  1. these look lovely! I love the colour schemes and the corrugated cardboard is a great background!

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  2. (The results are fantastics, too. Of course.)

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  3. These are great, Debbie. YUMMM, I could eat a giant bowl of oden right now! I like how you did the seal in the first one too. Bits of the cardboard that you peeled away are still left and look good, painted and unpainted.

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  4. Very cool. These make me tap my fingers on the keyboard and think. I love that when that happens :)

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  5. I love Love LOVE these! So cute!

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  6. Wow, what a seriously cool technique! I have to try it! If I post the results I'll give you full credit & link here, of course.

    It's been far too long since I've made it to your blog-- there is always so much to see & absorb both visually & verbally. A delicious treat for which I regularly give thanks!

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  7. The use of corrugated cardboard was so unexpected to me that it made me cry out in delight. What fun to look at them and see new possibility.

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