I started by cutting 6 postcard sized pieces, and brushed on a little craft paint.
I then added some stamping and stencilling..
next I knocked back the colour with white acrylic, then added more stencilling.
I took some plastic dividers from an expanding file that had fallen apart, drew some faces onto it and cut them out...or rather burned them out using the tip of a soldering iron. If you use this method remember to do it over a glass cutting board and not a regular mat.
I taped my plastic stencil over the postcard and added black and red paint.
Here they all are, do you recognize them?
Next I added washi tape and wall filler which was pushed through stencils to add texture.
Once the wall filler was dry I painted it, then I dripped on some pearlescent acrylic ink....and finally added some text..
I added a stamped image of a postcard to the reverse of each one, finishing it with some splatters of ink and some faux coffee stains achieved by dipping a lid into brown ink.
hope you like them...
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