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Two of my husband’s work colleagues from Nice, France, are here in California this week. We had them over for dinner because over the years they have become friends of ours. One friend came bearing gifts: some good French wine, some marzipan sweets, and a tissue-paper wrapped gift for me. Inside was a stack of …Read More
I’m just wrapping up “The birds and the bees”, postcard swap for the month of April. I’m still waiting on a few last submissions so I haven’t started sorting and labeling yet, but I wanted to share pictures of some of the postcards that have come in. Linda F (@sakameg) sent some beautiful postcards in. …Read More
If you make art, it’s possible that the people around you, particularly your family, don’t have an interest in what you do. If you share what you create with them, they are likely pleased that you enjoy what you do, but aren’t actively interested in what you create. If I’m wrong, then lucky you! But …Read More
The April postcard swap is now open. I’m posting the rules here for those who are not a part of my Facebook Group – Vintage Gluebooks and Pages, but would like to participate in the postcard swap anyway. You are invited to participate in a vintage collage mail art swap, that will be traded with …Read More
Since I finished collaging all the pages in my eclectic-page, coil bound gluebook, I’ve been meaning to start a new book. It takes time to gather a good set of pages. It also takes effort and good organizational skills. If you’re wondering what a gluebook is, I wrote a post about them. Instagram for inspiration …Read More