Wednesday, January 04, 2006

These are some postcards I made for Singular Sensations, the holiday art sale sponsored by the Columbia (Maryland) Art Center.

Most of them are 4x6, but the red ones are 5x7. They take letter rate postage.


They make great thank you notes and birthday cards, not to mention get well cards.


I usually make 4 or 5 at a time, adding the fabric to the stiffener before I cut them into postcard sizes.


Then I add the thread to each one. I have a hard time restraining myself. I always figure that enough is never enough, and neither is too much!


They are fun to make, and fun to receive.


And of course, they can be framed. My step-mother keeps her birthday postcard in a frame on the shelf with all the family photos! High praise, indeed.

3 comments:

cfent said...

I have a hard time restraining myself. I always figure that enough is never enough, and neither is too much!


omigod!
that coudl be me talking! i was doing a collage on my latest journal last night and could not stop! i probably went way too far with it.... theres no middle ground. i either want to stop at very simple of i just keep going and going and going!!!!

Julie said...

I love your fabric postcards! These are great!

Elle said...

I love making postcards too. Quick and easy and the recipients are always happy!