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These are wildly amusing!Wondering, do you sell these cards?There is so much work put into them.
Violet: At last a comment!Mr Blogger had trouble yesterday evidently with comments.No I don't sell them, I just love making them. But I will send you, one or more, as a postcard if you email me your address.
I was worried nobody liked my sense of humour!
Ok, Now we are back in action, you can all tell me which card you enjoyed....
I kept coming back here yesterday too leave you a comment I liked it so much!..my favorite would have to be" Mona Lisa love going to the farmers market" because I do!
Oh thanks Mona - your namesake too! Mona email me your address and I'll send you a postcard of Mona.Happy days.
You email address isn't listed.you can email it to me from my profile page if you prefer.I would love one or more of your original art cards.
I love the pictures above, did you do them?As far as pictures go please read my blog post dated February 5th entitled 'art heist'.As far as dream letters, I think of words I like or that mean something to me, or that I have dreamt of and I write what it means to me, I use to interpret dreams so I write from that or whatever I'm feeling on a particular day.I knew I would write 'late' and I knew it would be the picture from Alice in Wonderland.Xoxoxoxo
Hello Renee, Yes I make these funky cards as a hobby. I'll go and look up your reference thanks.Happy days
I love your cards, what a fun hobby and what a great job.Delwyn, you know I still have a son at home, he is in his last year at university. So sometimes he or his dad cook.You know I don't really mind sometimes and I think I would be exactly like you. Because I'm home all day I don't expect him to cook, but with cancer, there is just no way I can do it.xoxoxop.s. you are beautiful. xoxoxo
Renee, of course, I understand, that changes everything.Thanks for your appreciation of my cards and I read about your art heist...borrowed images maybe but you do a great job of writing your dream analysis of the symbol and matching it with an image. I have borrowed some images myself to make cards for private use.
OH I love TOM and the Melbourne Cup Mona!
Lorrie, thanks for coming to browse ...see you soon
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