I was so tired when we got home last night! However, I did drag out my printmaking remnants and made a few little cards. They are hand-drawn on BFK Rives remnants. (not printed) The deckle (torn/wavy) edge is natural from the edge of the paper.
If printmaking paper doesn't have this kind of edge, its not the good stuff! I had to explain it to J - he thought I should cut it off straight. Should I?
I started out with just the 'ladyfish' (on the left card), but the Octopus guy came in and stole the show ;o) He is in love with her! (and a little bit flirty too) I guess I get silly when I'm tired.
Today I have a bad headache which I am trying hard to ignore. I'm off to get my work done and, if the headache goes away, there is more varnishing to do on the office shelves.
I was over at Knitiot Savant and saw her confessional. I don't know if this counts, but here goes.
From Main Street by Sinclair Lewis, Chapter 7:
While Kennicott put up his (storm) windows Carol danced inside the bedrooms and begged him not to swallow the screws, which he held in his mouth like an extraordinary set of external false teeth.Like I said before, this author uses such adjectives and images!
Pink Bathtub notecards. I love her fish!
Chinese Dog Notebook <-- These are so cute, and very good bookbinding examples!
Cute and strange knit creatures from 'boy knits world.'