Christmas wrapping paper, using Lynne Perrella stamps and Coffee archival ink. She used a roll of children's paper from Ikea which a friend kindly picked up for me. You get 30 metres for 3 pounds so it will be so useful for brayering and for covering my craft table. I also made some in red, green, and silver, using Hot Picks. I am entering the Paper Artsy December Challenge.
Wednesday, 24 December 2014
Wrapping Paper Inspired by Alison Bomber for Paper Artsy
Posted by Lucy Edmondson at 16:16
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Your presents will be too pretty for people to rip open! Love the paper, Lucy. Happy Christmas.ReplyDelete
Oooh gorgeous xxxReplyDelete
Very beautiful Lucy, some fab colours:-) xxxReplyDelete
Love these Papers Lucy, they look great xxReplyDelete
Such lovely paper, Lucy. I think I would try very hard not to tear something so precious if I had a parcel wrapped in this! Have a lovely Christmas. xxxReplyDelete
This is so fun! Great paper.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Lucy!
Lovely papers - the red and green Father Christmas ones are such fun, and the LPs so elegant. And yes - so many uses for that paper, glad you got hold of some!! Thanks so much for playing along over at PaperArtsy - and I hope everyone opening their presents tomorrow appreciates your work. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Love the wrapping papers Lucy, and what a bargain the roll was xReplyDelete
Beautiful papers, Who's the lucky people to open this!! xxxReplyDelete
Your gifts look beautiful Lucy! xxReplyDelete
Isn't making paper fun! I think people really appreciate it too! Instantly unique ;)ReplyDelete
Lovely wrapping paper - so nice to add that personal touch!ReplyDelete
Very interesting and unique way of making wrapping paper, love the red and green really stand out.