Warning - loads of photos today - sorry Julia.
This might not be my desk today, but it does show what I have on my desk. Having taken all the cards down, I am in the middle of sorting them out, keeping all the lovely hand made cards and some others from the family. The rest will get sorted for recycling, upcycling in some way. Nothing will be wasted. The hand made ones will come out again in future years.
There is no particular order to these cards, they are showing just as the computer sorted them. I love how they show so many styles and how people like to work. Every single one is a masterpiece in its own right.
|Lynne & Charles|
Some people like to stick things. Others are so good with a camera, having a good eye for what pleases.
Some go for traditional images.
Others like more modern styles.
Others leave me wondering how they manage to get such masterpieces done in time
I have to apologise to Debbie as this scan does not do justice at all to the hard work she put into her card and the beautiful masterpiece I received.
This was a real achievement for Trissa, as she had to overcome deep feelings even to do this card for me. Thank you.
This one came from my neighbours, who involve their children at all stages. They like to use the computer for their offerings.
Charlotte has just started school and this was her very own design.
As you can see, my treasures are a varied group, but they are all valued and they are all art. thank you to all those who spent their time and energy in thinking of me at such a busy time.
If you are still with me, thank you for that. I am sure you would like to see lots more treasures on show over at Julia's Place. She and all her other visitors will be delighted to see you and to hear from you. With luck, there may be some coffee on the go and, perhaps, some shortbread left over from Christmas. Enjoy!
PS Look at what Google did to Charlotte's card, all by itself. I did not ask it to do it but it is rather cute.