Bonjour, les crafty peeps!
I'm here today with a new project for
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My project today is a card I made in the style of Henri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec...better known as Toulouse-Lautrec. He was a post-impressionist painter in France in the late 1800s. He painted the night life in and around Paris. One of his favorite subjects was a lady named Jane Avril. She was a can-can dancer during that time. Here is a sketch he did of Jane. Isn't she marvelous?
For my project, I used the Destinations stamp set "Hello and Goodbye". I loosely colored it with Spectrum Aqua watercolor markers to give it that painterly look. I also used the same markers to add color to the sentiment and the background matting. C'est magnifique, isn't it?
Crafter's Companion products used:
- Stamp set: Destinations "Hello and Goodbye"
- Spectrum Aqua watercolor markers: Charcoal, Spice, Blossom, Peach, Slate, Boulder
- Spectrum Noir Watercolour Cardstock
Merci for traveling out here to Left Field!