Tuesday, 17 June 2008

La Pashe decoupage - Remember When - Series 1 & 2

New in at Foil Play is this delicious decoupage from La Pashe, including series 2, which is hot off the press today! Each pack contains 6 sheets of Decoupage images printed on a stunning 130gsm silk paper. One backing paper plus one character sheet makes one incredible A5 card and 3 complete cards can be made from each pack. The only additional product you need is silicone glue or foam pads.

Series 1 (pictured above) contains 3 sets of character sheets featuring a total of 4 different characters which can be mixed and matched with the 3 different backing papers.

The 3 backing papers comprise a background, a foreground and several tags featuring various occasions (Happy Birthday, Happy Father's Day etc), relatives (Dad, Brother, Husband, Grandad, Friend etc) and topical sayings (Bottoms Up! Remember When... Fan-Tastic! etc).

Series 1 is available in both Sepia Effect and Full Colour, Foil Play also has a limited number of sets in black and white.


Series 2 contains 3 sets of character sheets featuring a total of 4 different characters which can be mixed and matched with the different backing papers.

The 3 backing papers comprise a background, a foreground and several tags featuring various occasions (Happy Birthday, Happy Anniversary etc), relatives (Mother, Daughter, Son, Grandma, Grandson, Friend etc) and topical sayings (Celebrations! Have an Ice Day! etc).

Series 2 is available in both Sepia Effect & Full Colour.

All of the La Pashe artwork is produced by Jim Harker. Born in Gateshead, England, Jim has applied his trade all over the world, including Sweden, Holland, Japan & the Czech Republic. Jim returned to the north east of England in 1996 where he took the position of resident artist at the illustrious City Art in Durham. Jim specialises in painting local scenes, pet portraits, cars, trucks, motorbikes in both acrylic and watercolours. He also does cartoons in pen & wash and this style is perfect for the artwork in the Remember When... range.

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