Sunday, March 10, 2013

Plain and simple...

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Well I have been off the air this weekend, just taking a little down time, from posting all month in February.  I have been making postcards for the postcard swap I am in , they must be in the mail by the end of this month.  I have been making postcards for awhile now, some you have seen on my blog.  I am going to send some of those, do you think that that's ok, its not like i made them last year.and I did make some new ones as well/ this is one of the new ones.  What do you think, I decided to make this one with no paint or white pen, or black pen, just like collage used to be, paper only.  What do you think, if you got this would you be disappointed, because I could jazz it up?

8 comments:

  1. I like your card and would certainly not be disappointed to find it in my mailbox. The most important thing though, is that you are satisfied.

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  2. I find your card very interesting just the way it is, it would be fun to read the printing of what looks to be a newsprint, and then go get lost checking out the map there. I wouldn't be disappointed if I found this in my mail box either. I think a lot of people would enjoy this in it's own natural way.

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  3. The bird looks as if it's checking its flight plan and taking off! Getting this in the mail---a pleasure!

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  4. I would think myself very lucky indeed to receive such a wonderful postcard. Great Work, Lee!!!

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  5. I would NOT be disappointed to get this postcard. I'm doing the postcard swap, too, and I'm using some of the postcards I made last month. I don't think that makes a difference as long as they're handmade.

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  6. i like it! i think it's interesting and symbolic

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  7. I don't think everything has to be made specifically now and for that swap. Use what you think represents you. I think this card is delightful and I would be delighted to get it. Good for you!

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  8. this card is gorgeous and I'd be thrilled to get it in the mail. I agree that it's okay to use previously made postcards.

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