Carol was working with more paper serviettes, mounted onto mat board.
This one had been adhered with diluted PVA glue, and then she painted it with watercolour paints.
Carol was also cheering up some very basic Masonite clipboards with some paint:
She used her hot glue gun to make some shapes. When she painted them with Lumiere paints, they behaved as if the paint would rub off, so she coloured them with Sharpie pens and then painted over them with Lumiere and Setacolor paints. The first two coins were fabric, adhered together with fusible web and satin stitched. They really didn't look much like coins, even after she stamped on them with Setacolor paints, so she added Pebeo Expandable paint and painted them with Setacolor paints before heating with the heat gun. Some areas puffed to white, so she added more paint and Treasure Gold. Later coins were made from circles of medium weight card, painted with the expandable paint and over painted with Lumiere and Setacolor paints.
We also swapped postcards as usual. Bev's postcard was made from fabric snippets, free-motion stitches and beaded.