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May 29, 2009



What beautiful postcards! And how talented you are. I'm sorry I'm so late to drop by for PFF! I've been ill all weekend. Today I actually feel human enough to say, Happy PFF!

Kathryn - Collage Diva

The paper salad arrived - yoohoo! I'm so excited. I've already started using these tasty greens and oranges, and blacks, oooh my! I even incorporated them in my latest True North Arts project. Swing by and check it out. You'll recognize instantly the many little details. I'll be blogging about my paper salad bounty later this week. I'm just so pooped after my latest prompts. Not only do I have the new TNA (including an interview with our friend Michelle Ward) but I helped Loki to launch his new blog, Paper Ninja Arts. Visit Loki at

Thanks again for sending the gorgeous paper.
xoxo k


This is a really cool postcard, Kathy. I am thinking a postcard swap would be lots of fun!


Nice save! The added elements add more interest and help the eye travel around the card. I like your tweeked card.


You are correct, it is bigger in the larger format. Mistakes happen and I think you did a fabulous job of making it into something lovely, no matter what time of year :) The little black dress is always right for the occasion, right?


Can't see much on this card but I love your blog header ane the flourishes of May 18.


Happy PFF !
Love the end result ,you never know where a project will lead you .
Have a wonderful weekend.
I must be off now to go make something :)
Happy Trails


Kathy, I, too, am drawn to these colors. I love the charcoals, rusts, creams, dark reds so of course I love this. It's great. I think sometime soom I'll blog a picture one of my daughters did in preschool. I loved the colors so much I had it professionally framed. Guess what the colors were, yep! the same. Have a great day and you - go make something!


I really enjoyed your last sentence.. Go Make Something! I think I will! I'm drawn to these colours too! The rich jewel tones are so rich and powerful! Now that I see your torn paper from the French book I'm eyeing my books a bit differently! he he:) I was so THRILLED to see you joined again today!


I like this! Yes, it's a bit dark but that just adds 'drama,' it has a nice spontaneous look with the snippets of text and of course my favorite is the heart.



Sorry to say the center looks as if someone smudged coal on it ..

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