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    Happy Happy Happy Colors + More Postcards

    “A dead hydrangea is as intricate and lovely as one in bloom. Bleak sky is as seductive as sunshine, miniature orange trees without blossom or fruit are not defective; they are that.”
    Toni Morrison

    A4 size watercolor Moleskine, watercolor... I started with the wavy lines at the left and right, building inward and that left a gap that seemed perfect for a girl in a patterned dress.

    And three more stitched postcards for Hanna's 2012 Autumn Postcard Swap 

    My art for Day #27 of Art Every Day Month

    November is Art Every Day Month (AEDM) facilitated by Leah of Creative Every Day.

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    Reader Comments (4)

    I love that watercolor! Does the A4 Moleskine Watercolor book have perforated pages? I'm thinking of getting one for my next journal but would rather not have the perforations. The descriptions I've been reading don't say. I know the small watercolor book does.

    {Tammy}: Stephanie, The A4 Watercolor Moleskine that I purchased via Amazon does NOT have perforations.

    11.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterStephanie

    I finally went and bought more needles for my sewing machine. I've got to try this after seeing all the lovely things you've posted!

    11.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterKirstin

    Oh I can't wait for the summer holidays here! It's those final mad days of the school year and my art supplies are, for the most part, gathering dust! I want my sewing machine out, paints all over the table (we'll eat outside) and to just play with those happy colours!

    11.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterWendy

    It makes me so happy to read your blog. I am no longer to do many of the art projects that I long to do because of rheumatoid arthritis so I feel like I LIVE THRU YOU!!!!!! Thank you.

    11.29.2012 | Unregistered CommenterSally

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