This is the fabric postcard that I sent to my swap partner, Michelle, in London. She wrote to let me know it arrived safely, so I thought I’d share a picture of it with you. The design was inspired by the flowers Abby has been drawing in her sketchbook. I stitched the message and address on the back, too. It took a bit of time, but I had fun and actually got it ready to mail by the deadline. I ended up taking the safe route and mailed it in a clear envelope.
I can’t wait to check the P.O. Box tomorrow because I think my postcard from Michelle is there waiting for me and I can’t wait to see it. If all goes as planned, I’ll be setting up a Flickr gallery this weekend, so all of you lovely participants can post your postcard pictures for everyone to enjoy. I can’t wait to see all the cards. More later… so stay tuned!
Thanks to everyone who participated. I had fun and I hope you did, too. : )
A special thanks to Andrew for designing the nifty swap logo. (He designs all my logos and I really appreciate it.) Craft Club members, get ready. He’s got another great logo in the works for us, too!)
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Good point. I hadn’t thought about it quite that way. :)
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The good reviews will continue to come, T.W. I haven’t read anything else since I finished your book, and your characters and scenes are still popping into my head. It’s one of those books that stays with you for quite a while.
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that they were more concerned about the comments he was receiving than the comments he made (or in the case of the one you cited, retweeted a guy calling himself “Rude Pundit”–and doing all he can to live up to the name–making.)