|I am playing around with the very geometric designs in an organic shape.|
Then I realised that I had said I would go in a postcard swap in my online group and some of the people had started saying thank you for their card! I hadn't even started thinking about mine as it is not due to be finished till July 31st.
So I had a bit of a panic and decided I had better start. I didn't even have a technique in mind, never mind an idea for the theme - Where We Live.
Then I thought about the stained glass window reverse appliqué piece I had made for the Buda exhibition and decided that I would try that technique again. (I got it back today - now to think about what to do with it.)
I have quite a few photos - those that were retrieved when I wiped out my iPhoto library - of some of the stained glass windows in houses in Ivanhoe. So I tweaked a few of them in Photoshop and printed them out, traced them onto iron-on interfacing and made some 5" x 7" cards. Who knows why we are using inches instead of centimetres? We are an Australian/New Zealand group, we should really be using centimetres.
So far I have made two. It is different with the interfacing, it is stiffer, obviously, but also not see-through. But I quite like them. I hope the recipients do too. I haven't sent them yet, I have to make the other two.