Expostion Universelle (París) & French Postcards


Exposition Universelle (París) New Pack

INCREDIBLE AND FASCINATING, NEW

DO YOU LOVE VINTAGE AND ALL OVER
THE MISTERYOUS AND UNIQUE
PARÍS??????'

PARÍS EXPOSITION 1889 MEGA PACK







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WATCHING THESE FULL RESOLUTION SHEETS 
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Are you looking for some inspiration? 


You may note my Vintage París Background and then I
added some steampunks elements
Here I used the famous play and some frames from the movie
over a vintage París pict from my collection


Finally my Third grunge card,,,,,,,adding some steampunks elements


Steampunk card with my new Mystique Nature Paperpack
on the background and famous Steampunk characters

And here is my Universal Exposition Paris Pack





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Now Take a look to my new

Exposition Universelle de Paris

Restored Vintage Postcards:



These vintage postcards have been totally restored to bring to life the true 
and original colors and all over a new look to add to your cards.


Now enjoy From this old look.........


To this other,,,,,,in your own creations



DON´T MISS MY NEW PARIS 
POSTCARDS COLLECTION



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Configuration Box from

Mitra Lee at my DT did this really stunning and all over so creative Configuration Box,,,,working with my "French Postcards Mixed Media" Sheet, so directly from her blog here is it,,,,,Love it, love it, love it,,,,,wow,.



Eeeek! This box makes me so happy! And I made the WHOLE THING MYSELF as I cut all the pieces for the box and assembled them!


I wanted it super sturdy since I was planning on displaying it on the wall with that black glittery metal scallop so I folded the edges in half and stapled them. Then I stapled the whole thing together and used tissue paper and modge podge to cover up all the edges. A coat of gesso with some brown mist completed the process. I knew I was going to gesso it, so used some extra cardstock I had in this mustard color. :-)

The blue edge is a larger sized box that you cut and then use to nest all your boxes in. I painted the smaller boxes first and then added the blue box after it was dry. I used hot glue and glitter to further seal the edge.



One of my favorite parts of this box is the crazy hand made bird nest at the top paired up with a white Birch stick. Has to be a robin's nest, those loopy birds will build their nests anywhere!



The configuration boxes are very simple to cut as Regina at the Cutting Cafe has them numbered with very clear instructions & a diagram. Of course, they are normally much deeper than mine since mine are folded.

Deeper ones mean you can add all kinds of cool little trinkets & found items. I am thinking about one like that in my future!

I knew I wanted to show case some really pretty graphic files I got recently from Nicecrane so that was the second reason I folded down the sides. The French Post Cards Mixed Media images are AMAZING! Nice job Ignacio!




Here is a bit of a side view so you can see more of the blue edge and a little of the drippy hot glue that has been sprayed a bit with some gold.



And a close up of the images:


They are really quite lovely!

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6 comments:

brenda April 14, 2014 at 6:29 PM  

The Paris postcards are lovely Ignacio, my DIL is French so would love these. I especially like the one with the face overlaid.

B x

KarinsArtScrap April 14, 2014 at 7:29 PM  

these pictures are very beautiful and thos postcards mixed with those roses are gorgeous.
and a beautiful project is made.

gr karin

Jane April 14, 2014 at 8:03 PM  

Oh wow Ignacio I love these new Paris postcards. I wrote a whole Paris post on my blog recently....these would have been so useful! Instead I used some photos of my Nan and some Paris rubber stamps. If I make anything else with a Paris edge I know just where to come ;0) xx

Redanne April 14, 2014 at 9:18 PM  

Oh my Ignacio, you have excelled yourself with these wonderful new releases - they are ALL fabulous! Hugs, Anne xx

misteejay April 16, 2014 at 8:57 AM  

Ignacio, these Paris images are wonderful and your creations with them are fabulous.

Toni xx

Buttons April 16, 2014 at 1:13 PM  

You have excelled yourself with these vintage French postcards and images Ignacio. They are all superb. Jenny x

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