And another swap guest-hosted by Honi C. Make 1 - 4 post cards using a "Chicken" theme. Possibilities: hens, roosters, chicks, eggs, nests, barnyards, feathers, feed sacks, cooked chicken, etc. Scratch your imagination and doodle-do have fun! Any media or technique allowed.
your post cards with proper postage in an envelope, along with address
labels for me to mail others' post cards to you. (Thickly painted or
glued collages should be separated by waxed paper to prevent sticking
together during mailing.)
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Monday, April 25, 2016
She is a one year old hound/lab mix that we adopted a few weeks ago.
In addition to this being my absolute busiest time of year at work (and in addition to the giant work project I'm doing on top of my regular job), I am now a dog owner!
We are all completely in love with her, but she has a huge amount of energy, and was not terribly well trained in the first year of her life. She's a chewer, and is very interested in chasing the cat, and does not want me out of her sight. Needless to say, she requires a lot of attention and supervision - it feels a little like having a newborn again.
There is light at the end of the tunnel. I feel like we're starting to establish a routine, and that she's becoming less anxious as she settles in. Also, the huge work deadline is a week away which means I'll have a little more time to breathe when the project is done.
I have some other swap descriptions in line, and with any luck I'll get them posted in the next day or two.
In the meantime, check out the "informal exchange" list and keep sending each other great mail.
Honi C. has volunteered to guest host an ATC swap featuring flowers and triangles. Participants may send in up to 4 pieces. Options include flowers in the shape of triangles, triangle shapes filled with flower images, or separate flowers and triangles. (You may think of other options.) But both must be included on each ATC. Calendars and gardening catalogs are a great source of inspiration. Any medium or technique is allowed.
Three from Barbara:
One from Care:
Three from Colleen:
One from Cynthia Y:
Three from Doris:
Four from Dorothea:
Four from Ellen:
Two from J. VanWinkle:
Four from Joann M:
One from Joyce:
Two from Kaprice:
Two from Kathie:
One from Mary:
Three from Phillip:
Two from Susan:
Four from Susan S:
One from VeeBee: