Posted by: maureenc | July 10, 2010

You’ve got mail!

 
 

The postcards from the Round 10 swap on Postmark’dArt are still trickling into my letter box.

Each is so different in theme,technique and execution , as the brief was entitled “Anything goes”
Luckily the artists are always willing to share their thoughts and methods,so I not only receive a card but learn new methods along the way.
How good is that!

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  1. Nice to have you blogging again. I enjoy looking at your fabulous postcards. You are an exceptionally creative lady.All the best.Darcey

  2. Hi,
    I was recommended this site for information on how to treat fabric so it can hold a printed image. I couldn’t find anything on your site would you please send me any information you have. I am wanting to create a soft book for my baby and was wanting to print some images. But what ever I use on the fabric needs to be safe as she puts everything in her mouth. Any ideas? Thanks
    Kath


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