Sunday, 26 June 2011

File folder

Hello
Hope you are enjoying the fantastic weather we're having.
I have signed up for Robenmarie Smiths fab 'Mixed media Mayhem' class. Roben shows us how to make a journal using tabbed file folders. She also teaches us how to make mailart with these folders. I picked up 50 tabbed folders from Staples, but I found the size (A/4) a bit big for my first attempt. So I cut this one from a sketch pad and it took me umteen layers of paint, sprays and gesso before I said enough is enough and stopped. I stitched the sides on my mini machine ( was to lazy to get out my main one - will do next time! ) and will stuff something in it and probably add it to a journal page. Next time I'd like to make a mailart folder, put something inside stitch across the top and mail it to someone!!
Thank you for stopping by, I'd love to have your feed back
hugs Joy xx
 

 
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7 comments:

crafty creations said...

Joy its brilliant and I can see the fun you've had with this one - hope you bring it with you when we meet up so that I can have a proper look x Hilda

Von said...

Oh I say joy that looks pretty good to me :)I'm seeing and hearing alot about mail art lately how ever do you manage to address and stamp them ?
Keep it up girl :)
Von x

florenceandfreddie said...

These are fabulous Joy. Really enjoying following these projects.
Regards Florence.

jackiescrafts said...

Wow Joy this is fantastic, I love the colours you have used and it looks like you had lots of fun

Jackie x

Zoechaos said...

Wonderful Joy, love that you kept adding to it looks so free spirited.

The Race well the fact that all the starters finished sums it up! XOXO Zoe

Lesley said...

Great journal pages. Full of colour and depth. Just lovely.
x

Shairon said...

And guess who was the lucky recipient of this gorgeous piece of mail art?! Thanks Joy, I will treasure it - and the contents! xx