Blogging along on my journey to wherever it is I'm going
This is digital? Neat. I think I'll do postcards this year. It will be first time I've ever sent out handmade cards.janeyhttp://janeysjourney.com
Haway, then Caro! Tell us how you bend them!Looks good but why a phoenix?
Hi Janey - I usually send out a card that is either directly handmade or at least printed to my design... but I often leave it so late that its a real pain! Your postcards will go down well!Hi Cream - whats "Haway"? I'll do a little posting on bending them -- just for you! And the Phoenix came about because I started off doing a Christmas candle, but it hatched into a bird - I can't control these things!
I think the Phoenix truely represents the energy of rebirth surrounding the closing of one year and the beginning of another- its a beautiful design.
This is good enough for beyond Christmas...a new year...new beginnings...best wishes for a change in career / life...happy birthday old thing, and so on.
this rocks caroline! i love the phoenix. :-)
Very original and may I comment on your discipline to start early!Esther
Caro, "Haway" is "Come on..." in North East speak..."Haway the lads...!" That's a good idea about the post for bendy letters!
Thank you all. The posting on bendy letters will have to wait until next week sometime... I doubt I'll get the chance to post much whilst I've visitors...
Caroline, what CAN'T you do?? I'm enjoying your blog so much.
Love the phoenix, the bendy letters, and wild mother lightning's take on the whole idea. Caroline, I can't believe how many beautiful things you come up with. Love to visit your blog!
very nice christmas card!i have to think about it!
this is lovely
This is so pretty and so positive! I love the idea of the phoenix and the months surrounding it....it really creates a meaningful message as well as a great composition! I'm doing my holidays cards with the bird illustration I used for the IF "cold." I'm actually going to get this done somewhat on time this year as well...just need to get the layout with the text done today and then bring it to the printer tomorrow. Fun:>
All this appreciation is much appreciated! Thank you!
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