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16 December 2009

Postal Thanks

The challenge this week on The Three Muses is Mail Art.

Please click on the postcard to read the message.


A digital collage using elements from Crafty Computer Paper.

Thank you Ladies xx

18 comments:

  1. What a beautiful work of postal art and such a lovely message to the muses- wonderful entry and such a great nostalgic design!

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  2. OMG what a beautiful collage.
    Amazing design. Love them.

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  3. The first word that came into my mind when I opened you blog was "elegant". Then I heard my favourite singer of all time, Ella Fitzgerald, singing the Christmas Song. She could melt the hardest heart with her beautiful voice. So I am well and truly won over and begin to study your gorgeous collage and THEN I saw you had addressed a postcard to us, the three Muses. How good is that? Absolutely fantastic. Thankyou Daisy.

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  4. Oh my goodness Daisy your mail art is absolutely stunning and I am overjoyed by your lovely message, it is thrilling to know we've inspired you to step outside your comfort zone. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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  5. This is so brilliant. Love your fantastic collage, Daisy.

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  6. I love your collage which is so beautifully designed with wonderful textures and soft colours!

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  7. I am incredibly touched by your art and by your note, Daisy. Thank you so much for your kind words --- (and I would be happy to have the figure of any one of the three ladies pictured, by the way). I know I speak for Ann and Marie when I saw we receive in return so much pleasure in hostessing Three Muses. Thank you!

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  8. Daisy, this is beautiful. I love the vintage ladies on the vintage "paper". Great entry for postal art.

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  9. Thank you for all your wonderful comments xx

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  10. Absolutely fantastic! I admire your style!

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  11. What a phantastic entry. Yours is my favourite.
    And so sweet of you to adress it to the three muses.
    Brilliant!!!

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