Turquoise & Butterflies

That Bahama-blue water color — turquoise — is the theme of this week’s ARTchix challenge for fun and prizes. Here are a couple “inchies” (1″x1″) collages made from ARTchix images and aqua bits of a shopping bag.

The flutterby collage ATC’s (artist trading cards) feature new images from ARTchix’s Hot & Cool Butterflies sheets, along with some of their lovely vintage ladies! (and some recycled Daytimer refill sheets and magazine clippings!)

Let your art take wing!

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4 Comments on “Turquoise & Butterflies”

  1. Thank you for your kind comment on my blog. I adore your butterfly pieces. They are wonderful!

  2. Oh, what gorgeous collages! I am SO happy to find you here, and that you found me! Looking forward to more sharing. Sometimes I post ‘playdates’ on my site and invite people to submit work to me, on a theme, like favorite signs or something. You can see some of them in older posts on http://www.laundrylinedivine.com.
    Great work! Love, S

    • Paula's Paradise Says:

      Thank you! And after I posted on your blog, I read your bio and love that you are a School of the Womanly Arts mastery grad — love it! — I’m such a fan of Mama Gena’s (and am lovin’ her SisterGoddess.com site!) I also love Jan Phillip’s “Marry Your Muse” book—I mentioned it in one of my posts and saw that you had her featured on your side bar — yay!! Such a small and fabulous world … love your art playdate idea. Sooo wonderful to meet you and will look forward to being in cybertouch!

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