Saturday, August 16, 2014

A lot of thank you posts, all belated!

My only excuse for not posting theses cards earlier is that first I was sick and then I was lazy! BUT, a big thank you to all of the following...


Thank you Mayumi Miyagawa

Thank you Carol Bonomo.
Thank you Kristina Kmetyko.
Thank you Liz Rattican.
Thank you Caryn Friedlander, my newest correspondent!
Thank you Shungo Asada.


Saturday, July 5, 2014

Polished Polish!

Kazia from Poland who is enjoying her holidays at her summer cottage has sent two cards. One of the cards, radishes reminds me that like her friend I love radishes too although it is not the season for them here, as I have remarked before, it is always summer in the supermarket!
This sweet card expresses a sentiment we all share that creation (however it happened) is a wonderful thing.
Thanks Kasia.

Thank you Fumiko.

Very late in posting but nevertheless just as welcome, one of Fumiko's wonderful cut paper cards. I marvel at the inventiveness she shows with simple paper and a knife!
Thank you Fumiko for the beautiful hydrangeas.

Friday, May 23, 2014

No need to apologise!

Masami apologises for being late in sending these three delightful cards. Some things are worth waiting for!
A catband Harmonica player!

Some yummy tuna sushi...Oishiii!, and a coffee filter flower painting.
Thank you Masami san.

Flowers for memories.

A lovely wild poppy card from Valerie. These poppies hold a special place in the hearts of Australians. We wear them in remembrance of the soldiers killed in all of the wars. The custom dates from the armistice of World War 1 because many of our soldiers perished in Flanders where these poppies grow wild in the field.
A beautiful card and very special.
Thanak you Valerie.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Thank you Shungo my friend.

A beautiful card of cherry blossoms from Shungo. Shungo was among the earliest friends I exchanged cards with back in about 2011 and he never disappoints.
Thank you Shungo.

Saturday, May 10, 2014

A dream vacation.

I confided to Debbie that it had been my dream this year to visit Japan but circumstances  ruled otherwise. She sweet creature has given me a 'virtual' trip via her delightful map of Hokkaido. Not as good as the real thing especially with a chance to visit with her, but an exercise in imaginary flight...thank you for the kind thought Debbie.

Don't you love the seal?