Sunday, August 10, 2008


You probably know by now I'm just crazy about recuperating plastic wrappings and playing with them. The base for these cards are exactly that: pieces of plastic I cut with my guillotine,their sizes are 5 in. x 4 they fit in a standard envelope.

I used acrylic paint to stamp the flip-flops onto the sheet of plastic and black Stazon for the word:sunshine.The same paint was used on the edges of the white piece of paper to add more dimension.

There's a wallet size picture inside the card and the embellishments were done by stacking up 3 different cercles using pop-up glue dots:

Well now I'm off to the mailbox!Hope your day is full of SUNSHINE.


HIME said...

Wouahh j'ai failli partir en vacances sans voir ca. c est tres joli !! J'aime beaucoup. Et ta crea précédente est a tomber (trom mimi ce hibou).

A tres bientot

Aly Dosdall said...

these are absolutely adorable! i love the idea of recycling and you make look so gorgeous!!

Anonymous said...

J'espere voir cette carte de plus pres ??Heureusement nous n'avons pas autant de plastique a recycler !Y.S

Andrea said...

Those are fabulous, I am always so impressed with your level of creativity and design style. Speaking of which I stumbled on this blog and thought of you, lots of great insipration.

neat freak said...

you are just so inventive, these are so cool - (playing catch up Alexandra as I've not had too much time to visit of late!!)


Anonymous said...

J'apprecie mieux avec la carte en main!Les differents cercles font bien soleil!Trop contente d'avoir une photo !Y.S

Anonymous said...

I must say that as a recipient of one of these cards, sunshine is an excellent title because they exude warmth. Memories of good times shared and thoughts of the time and effort put into making this piece of art sets the good vibes in motion.

Mucho Gusto!