Not really any words…

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Working on the final batch of postcards to be mailed later this week.

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Stockings and beads….

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This postcard is for a very “classy and elegant” woman  whom I admire.

Sorry…these pictures did not come out very good due to the lighting. The colors are much prettier

in “real light”.

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Cheaters cloth with unusual fabrics…I like it!

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The postcards are fun because they are realitively quick and easy.

I get a real sense of accomplishment and  enjoy the  fact that I can

embellish them with embroidery and beads in a short period of time.

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Sock monkey postcard for my twin brother.

It reminded me of the two of us when we were little.

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6 Responses to Not really any words…

  1. I like the sock monkey postcard. This must really put you in the holiday spirit. I am working on finishing up some of the quilts I started in October for DD and DH. Should get our the Christmas music and/or a Christmas Story to listen to.

    • ancientcloth says:

      I loved the sock monkey fabric. The moment I saw It I thought surely
      there must be something I could use it for even though it is a children’s
      fabric. I was thinking of my twin brother and what kind of card I could
      make him and I remembered the sock monkey fabric. We were like two
      little “monkeys when we were 4. Christmas music is nice…helps put you
      in the spirit of it all.

  2. Deb G says:

    Love the sock monkey fabric. I had a sock monkey when I was little….

    • ancientcloth says:

      I need a better picture of the sock monkey fabric. It is much more vibrant and “happy” then it appears…maybe
      tomorrow. My children loved stuffed animals too! The memories I have of searching literally for an hour at a time for
      a favorite stuffed animal for my “small” children. They would stuff the animal in the silliest places. i.e. in a drawer
      between clothes, under cushions, etc. (who knows why???…such a random thing on their part : ) Of course, they
      would forget where and tearfully request my help. Most parents would have refused but I could not…the kids were
      too cute to resist…but, that trick no longer works now. They are much older now…still cute…but to big to pull that
      one off.

  3. Pamela says:

    Charming! Love the monkeys!!

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