Yupo and infusions =magic

Evening everyone, just a quick post to share what I've been up to. I popped into Birds in the Barn today, and Janet gave me a few sheets of Yupo to play with, and here it is. The sheets were A4 in size but I cut this one in two so the size is A5
 
Infusions from Paper Artsy,  sprayed with water for the background 
 
The stamps are from Hot Pick 1009 from Paper Artsy 
 
I painted the flowers with white gesso and used a Fibralo Water Soluble Pen over the top, blended with a water pen.
I really loved how it felt to work on. I'll be playing some more and I'll share the results.
See you all soon
Take care, hugs
Debs xxx
 
 
 
Deborah Wainwright
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13 comments:

  1. this looks great - the Yupo paper seems really interesting. look forward to more experiments!!

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  2. This is a stunner Debs. Wonderful colours and they look fabulous on the yupo.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  3. This is a stunner Debs. Wonderful colours and they look fabulous on the yupo.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  4. Fantastic Debs..brilliant.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  5. This looks wonderful debs ... just sent for the infusions so looking forward to using them even more now xx

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    1. Ooh happy playing, I hope you are well 😊Xx

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  6. Beautiful and lovely effects. Is Yupo like Tyvek, a material that is often used for envelopes that do not rip.

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    1. Hi Val I believe it's similar, certainty shrunk and melted like Tyvek, although I don't know either of their properties. I did find this on line http://collageclearinghouse.blogspot.co.uk/2007/04/tyvek-and-yupo.html
      which has a little more about each. 😊

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    2. Thanks Deb. I have known Tyvek since the 70s, as worked for a paper company who made it for security envelopes. I think it was from their factory in Japan. Funny how these things come around.
      Thank you xxx

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