I was delighted to do a series. You will see inspiration from Melody's embroidery and Sonji's pods and Gerrie's stamping and my earlier arches. I did a few others along with her six... the first is for a friend newly diagnosed with lung cancer.
And this "Dream" one went to one of Benjamin's teachers.
And this "inspire" one went to Benjamin's other teacher.
There will be one postcard left over after my sister picks her six. I wonder which I will be left with? I'm eager to do more. They were really fun. Frayed Edge Kathy gave me a bunch of hand dyed fabrics recently... they would make a wonderful postcard series. Oh by the way, all of these were made with the hand-dyeds my Mom did and shared with me!
Oh and while we're on the whole postcards kick, I'll share with you my favorite line from my all time favorite song: Walking on Sunshine by Katrina and the Waves.
"Every time I go to the mailbox, gotta hold myself down.
'Cause I just can't wait 'til you write me you're coming around!"
The song line would be a great quote for a fabric postcard! I love these Deborah!
I am not Sonji, but I think these are superfantastic!!
Love, love, love your postcards.
Very nice series! They are beautiful! Jen
Now you have re-inspired me!!! I must make more and more and more. woowoo!
Lovely series, Deborah!
Love your postcards! I just went on a postcard kick, too. (Can't show them yet as they are for a challenge.) Aren't they fun? I've been experimenting with different edge techniques. Are yours done with fusible binding and a decorative stitch?
These colors are yummy. Just like jolly ranchers candy. I think that my favorite is "soar" but I am also insane over the various pods. Your delightful composition makes them look like friends having a chat. LOVE THEM!!!
Deborah, these are wonderful! Great job!!
These are really great! You've done a wonderful job of combining the stamping, embroidery, etc with great design. Really nice!
This series is delightful! Make more so we can all have a change to buy or trade for one!
Love the cards - love Katrina and the Waves! Saw them at Riverside Park in Massachusetts in the late 80's - thanks for the memory!
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