I'm guessing that's what I'd call it. It's kind of a franken-craft, a smattering of this technique and that all kinda ramshackled together to get this:
It's basically layers of sewing pattern tissue and die-cut shapes from colored tissue, with some drips from stamp pad reinkers for extra color. It's layered on acetate so it's a little see-through. (I photo'd it on top of some patterned paper to help show that.)
I'm really pleased with this effect. The pattern tissue makes the colors all warm and golden, and the mixed colors of tissue paper shapes and the reinker drops give it kind of a random effect, as do the printed lines here and there. And what you can't see in the picture is how SHINY this thing is. *sigh* It just makes me happy.
I actually ended up liking the composition on the one above so much that I'm a bit reluctant to cut it up. However, there were a couple of other sheets that I was more than okay with cutting up. They ended up as greeting cards
This bookmark is gonna have a gold grommet through the top, as soon as I can sweet talk hubby into setting it for me. Pitiful, I know, but I'm not one to be trusted with things that can smash my fingers or inflict damage to body.
Oh, and I just had to post the picture below. This is what happens when the little girl is unplugged from any electronic babysitters and left to her own devices for playtime.
She's sporting a paper headband that she designed and, except for the taping bit, executed all by herself. Her outfit was chosen because she and her pretend friends were going on an "adventure." The picture doesn't show it, but she's wearing fur-lined boots. And that jacket is very pink and VERY furry. Fine attire for July in Arkansas, I know, but I do love seeing where her mind takes her, and I love watching her conceive of a project and then complete all the steps necessary to make it happen.