Thursday, June 26, 2014

The Mail Art Madness continues... Whovian and scientists!

Ok its Me Tera here with another Mail Art post! 
(this is just totally telling on myself for being a total sci-fi geek!)
I meant to share this piece a while ago but keep forgetting, so here it is:

This 1st Envelope was made using my New Tim Holtz Laboratory stamp set that I received from my mom for my birthday, as well as a few odds and end stamps  (script stamps not sure who by, The words found & finding from 2 other TH stamp sets, and some #'s from G45 sets ) I also used some black tattered angels, washi tape (TH), and vintage photo distress ink :-D

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 Ok these 2 are both drawn by me for 2 different friends who are also Doctor Who Fans
 (I really need to get these sent out to them!!) 
This one still needs the highlights added yet, and the "TARDIS" you see on the left is actually the Phone Booth stamp that I drew up for Viva Las VegaStamps!! You can buy it HERE
they also have a Whole Doctor Who plate of stamps HERE
and lots more Whovian stamps! 

I hope you all enjoy!! 

6 comments:

  1. LOVE, Love, love your envelopes! Cool TH stamp set you got, and Happy belated B-day too :)
    I'm new to the whovian world - have almost finished watching the first 2 seasons of the oldie classics. Gotta love/hate those Daleks - lol
    Vicki

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    1. I haven't watched the originals yet, but love the new ones after the first few... :D thank you BTW!

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  2. I love your Lab Man! The whole piece has a feel of scientific mysterious chaos to it. Sci-fi Geek explains a lot! LoL I don't know a thing about Dr. Who except that there seem to be a lot fans of it.

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    1. So happy you like it!!! this is the one i was inspired to create the other day!! I know i'm way late posting it!! :) but its here now! Doctor Who is a British sci-fi show, that's to hard to explain here but after the 1st few episodes it grows on you :D

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  3. So great to see two mailarts with so different "feelings"! Both beautiful! Enjoy your weekend, Gerrina

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    1. thank you! I love creating in a variety of styles

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