PaperArtsy Challenge Topic 7 'Niches'

Hello friends and welcome to blog, Etsuko is here!
PaperArtsy Challenge blog Topic 7 'Niches' is here and Helen Chiltoln has been back today and I was very inspired by her wonderful creation 'Treetop owls' is here.
The theme 'Niches' of notion is little difficult for me. We use word 'niche' is usually for economic term 'niche market'. 
collaged piece of book paper and painted Glass Blue Fresco, gesso onto the white stamping card. I die cut the doily by white stamping card then I used texture paste. When it dry I painted Chocolate Pudding and Turquoise Fresco.
That I got happy rusty results.  

Also I took #8 tag and used brayer with Tangerine Twist, Tango and Blood Orange Fresco. Then I stamped Word2 by Jet Black Archival. That is background.
I stamped LPC031 gorgeous Elizabeth Collar lady by Jet Black Archival and painted Fresco clolurs then fussy cut. Also I painted buttons, key and chicken wire by Chocolate Pudding Fresco and used TH Pediments die with chipboard then painted same colours Fresco. Finally I fixed all together.
This is my 'Niches'.
Thank you for stopping by.
Have a nice create day.
Etsuko xxx


  1. Oh Etsuko this is so wonderfully made, I love the colors and all the different layers, everything is so well made.

  2. This is. Absolutely beautiful etsuko, I love your work,

    Lucy x

  3. I found the Niche theme so difficult I am not even trying! Love your rust it's very good both in colour and texture. Love the whole card really, it's gorgeous and well designed.

  4. This is so beautiful and so unusual, Etsuko. I love how you used colour and rust - one of my favourite things! I keep thinking about 'niche markets' when I think about this topic too! Hope you have a lovely, creative weekend.xxx

  5. A gorgeous project Etsuko....particularly love the wire, rusting and buttons! Perfect! X

  6. Wanted to catch-up with this one also as this is a stunning creation, really brilliant work Etsuko. You work so beautifully with these stamps!!!!!!! Hugs, have a lovely day, Your French friend Coco xx

  7. I love how you've "captured" the buttons in the mesh - and the rusted doily looks so amazing - fantastic, creative project.
    Alison xx


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