|Grandpa Lister and Uncle Earl: Polaroid emulsion lift on card|
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If you have visited this little blog before,
you probably have surmised that I like the unusual.
|Cabo pelican: Polaroid emulsion lift on a card|
A few years ago I took an all day class and
tried Polaroid emulsion lifts for the first time.
|breathing: Polaroid emulsion lift on a card|
An emulsion lift (or emulsion transfer) is when the
emulsion layer is removed from a sheet of instant film
and then transferred to a different surface.
So I experimented, using old photos and art work ...
|Mom @ 13: Polaroid emulsion lift on card|
Many steps, and when you finally
pull off the lift it is very fragile.
|Uncle Pete & Jill: Polaroid emulsion lift on a card|
Many used water on the surface to further smooth the image,
I liked the randomness of how it landed originally.
|Uncle Pete & Aunt Luella: Polaroid emulsion lift on a card|
I like the sheerness, wrinkles and all.
|Uncle Pete: Polaroid emulsion lift on a card|
For some this might be an acquired taste?
|2 girls: Polaroid emulsion lift on a card|
I made 10 one of a kind cards, not to sell,
and so far, I've shared only one.
So if you ever receive one ...
you must be at the top of the card chain?
A smile for Friday ...