LIN, if you don’t want to see your postcard before it gets there, close this now!!
I joined two postcard swaps this month. I have more than enough to do, but postcards are so much fun so I said yes. Here they are.
The first one was organized by Brandy Lynn. The theme is snowflakes. (Can you tell?) These are plastic sequin snowflakes on a blue background overlaid with tulle with silver flecks. Even though I first glued, then sewed the snowflakes on, I felt a need to put stitching around them. I thought that the swirly circles would give the effect of swirling snowflakes. It looks more like that in person than it does in the photo. I don’t know who I am sending this one to yet.
The second one is for a swap organized by Sheila. The theme is Christmas I decided to play with my new technique. We had strategic planning meetings at work the last two days – a perfect time to do a bit of stitching. Lots of channels emerged. This card is going to Lin in France.
Have you made any postcards lately?
Both are stunning, the stitching round the letters intrigues me, and swirly flakes, perfect for where you live. Jean.ReplyDelete
Lucky people who receive your postcards, they are both great.ReplyDelete
Both gorgeous postcards.. Iam working on a couple of Christmas ones now.ReplyDelete
Great idea! The recepient can use them for mug rugs!ReplyDelete
Those are lovely postcards. Like the way you enclosed the snowflakes. I'm also making postcards for Brandy Lynn's swap. Can't wait to see where mine are going! Maybe one is headed your way....hmm?ReplyDelete
They are both very interesting postcardsReplyDelete
I made a postcard for Brandy Lynn's swap too, I can't wait to see who will receive it.ReplyDelete
lovely lovely postcards....ReplyDelete
I've never made a cloth postcard but it sounds like fun!ReplyDelete