|auditioning a frame for "Spring on the Prairie"|
It's the first of the month! That means it's time for the new PostcardCottage swaps to go up. I haven't decided on the themes yet. That's something I need to do today. On Monday night, I did a short presentation to the Saskatoon Quilters' Guild on fabric postcards. I passed around all the cards I've received from swaps over the year. It was an nerve-free presentation because it had nothing to do with me. The huge creative variety was a great hit - so thank you to all the fabulous card makers in my group. They loved you! They thought the postcards were so terrific in fact, that I got lassoed into teaching a class later this month! If you live in the area and you are interested in a very fun and and highly creative workshop, please email me at email@example.com . If you want to jump right and start swapping, click on the link in the left sidebar. It will take you to the PostcardCottage homepage.
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|a card I mailed off a year ago|
|what the backs look like when they arrive in the mail|
The last thing I'm working on this week is MY YARD. Goodness, do I ever have a lot to catch up on. I managed to get one apple tree planted in the front, and I cut the grass too. But the garden and flowerbed in the back yard need some serious attention. The good new is that I have never seen so many strawberry blooms! There are hundreds and hundreds. It's going to be a good harvest!
|this is about one quarter of my strawberry patch!! : )|
That is all I have to report on today. Mandy, Kate, and Jesica - after the yard, you are all it! I hope for next week that I will have more to report.
have a great day,