First I will share some of the additional envelopes I made:
They are all done in basically the same way, they are A6 size (4.5 x 6.5"), made with the help of an envelope maker and using Stamperia Time is an Illusion collection. I then altered them with the help of Distress Inks, stamping, die cuts, washi tape and some sayings. I decorated both the front and the back.
Here is the first one, like I explained in my last post, they will have 3 AT coins each and will be sent in plastic sleeves. As you can see above, the top flap, slots into the Tim Holtz 3D ornament for easy closing..
All envelopes have a sort of Autumnal theme to them. The squirrel and pumpkin are from a freebie stamp set that came with a card making magazine in September I think.
And here finally is the last one, I love how the 3D die-cuts match some of the element in the paper collection.
I have shown many of the coins I made in previous posts, but here are just 3 of the latest ones:
And in close up:
These will go to yet another lady who is swapping with me, I am having so much fun with these swaps, both in making them and of course in receiving some beauties in return.
The background on these was done with Oxide Inks and then I used paper dolls to finish them.
I am going to add these to the Countryview Challenge Blog where the theme for November is Artist Trading Coins.
Well, that's it for today, - thank you for your visit like always and have a good week!