Here is a small selection of cards that I have been experimenting with.
I wish I could say that these were my designs but there are backing papers that I had lying around. I just took a snap of them then printed them directly onto the card - they seem to have come out really well.
I can take credit for the "green abstract" one (3rd photo down) as this was part of one of my own paintings that was heavily textured and I was pleased that the card actually looks textured.
I was trying to find out about "copyright" issues when using backing papers, it's proving more difficult than I thought. I can only assume that as long as I dont "sell" a pad of paper stock as a "pad of paper stock" and say that it's my own design, that is acceptable?? I would imagine that thousands of card makers sell their own handcrafted cards with various backing papers etc etc.
If in doubt always mention the source! So......................some of these were given free from a Cards and Papercraft magazine (at least 2 years ago), BUT there was no mention of who the designers were, but as these ones are just "for show" i'm sure that i'm not breaking any rules!!
Can anyone in bloggerland shed any light on this issue??
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