First I'd like to thank you for your great response to my previous post - about the ArtisOn workshop. When I blog I'm never quite sure which topics will inspire pepole to leave comments and join in the conversation ... which is why I try to just blog for myself, and if anyone else likes it too, that's a lovely side-effect! So I was pleasantly surprised that you all seem to have fallen for that workroom / lunch / table filled with paper as I was!
OK then, on to more Going Postal-y business now.
If you've not yet got round to submitting anything for me to pin to the board then, don't worry, you've got until this coming Sunday to do so.
So far we've had layouts, mini-albums, postcards, deco-tape, jewellery, photos ... and more and now I''m throwing 'collage' into that mixed post-bag:
Similarly, I MUST have words/text/letters on pretty much everything I ever make so once again these feature questions and phrases cut from my favourite vintage school textbook find:
my etsy shop, and I'm delighted to think that, this morning ...
.... while I'm trying to explain to the bank that they I didn't make an appointment to discuss my financial goals and plans as it says in the letter they sent me ... and that actually they rang me with an offer ... that ...
.....while I'm doing all that, this particular one will be landing on the doormat of the person who bought it:
Thanks for dropping by, before you go ...
- I'll be back tomorrow with another way to add a postal feel to a scrapbook page;
- Don't forget to enter the 3 giveaways [the links are in the sidebar];
- Swing by the Going Postal Pinterest board to see the work which is already there;
- [If you liked Kirsty Neale's deco-tape project pinned there - you should check out the other designs she made here on her blog].
- Get blogging your own project/photos/story for me to pin before Sunday 14th.
Have a great day, I'll see you back here tomorrow, or on Twittter whenever I'm near my laptop!