I love the fantasy feel of this card punctuated by the colors used. But with that snow on the mountains I bet this fairy is cold.
Well how can you resist this little Transylvanian treat. The colors on this piece really set the mood and oddly make Frank the perfect collage image. Better not go there though, Franky looks a little on the grumpy side.
I love this Rialto postcard. It absolutely screams Romance but almost with a carnival twist. Beautiful.
This postcard with its crackle finish looks like an ancient piece of pottery. Using that crackle stamp was a brilliant idea and really makes this card special.
I love the vintage paper border all around the central image on this card. It makes me feel like I am peering through the lens of a camera to capture a fleeting moment in time. I wonder if this woman got her room with a view?
Look at the brilliant colors in this fantasy Poppy fairy card! Beautiful. But I wonder what this fairy is carrying?
And last but certainly not least this incredible woman dancing for sheer joy besides the riverbank. This piece has a wonderful quiet yet joyful feel. I get both energy and serenity from this card. But if that was me in this card I'd probably end up falling in the water where upon that fish would attack me and eat me.
Well that was the last of my altered vintage postcard classes for awhile. I have seen some incredible work done by the students in this class. I want to thank all the students that continue to take my classes. I hope they have as much fun as I do teaching them. I also want to thank Scrap-it in Santa Cruz for their willingness to host this class and for allowing me to invade their space.
Talk to you later!