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There are so many photos, I decided to break this into two parts. So herewith, Part 1:

Stamps carved from corks:
Stamps carved from various sized corks

Manila tags, color copied images transferred using acetone. It was a lot of work, smelly, and I'm not sure worth the effort. Still, I may go back to this technique another time:
Acetone transfer tags

Scrambled postcards, images cut up and glued out of order, embellished with pattern tissue, on kraft paper cardstock. The first is a vintage postcard, the second is one of Paul's photos:




Faux postage stamps, images of real stamps used as a frame for vintage images from an old dictionary and a collection of vintage posters:
Faux postage
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