Thursday, February 25, 2010
En Verso of the High Hat Lady...by Sandra Babb
When working with Les Papiers Colles the nature of the dress pattern paper allows the acrylic paints to be seen on the "back" side of the paper. When painting this paper and stamping the back I found I like to have a front and back of the paper pages. Anne Bagby suggested that the papers be "retired" when they have come together. After developing these designs, they may be put aside for framing, placing in a photo album, or cut apart for cards or decorating boxes.
Currently there are two frame shops working on a solution to framing with front and back visible.