Friday, August 20, 2010

My art comes home :)


Isn't it life amazing when you open your mail and find a totally gorgeous piece of art?

And to make things even better, you made it yourself!

But the best thing is, that I still feel the same way about it, as when I first made it last year!




This is my collectable postcard that was published in Sew Somerset magazine,
I had completely forgotten about it. It's just arrived home.



I might just keep it for myself :))

Carole

15 comments:

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

That is a wonderful postcard you have created.

Shabby Cottage Studio said...

Oh that is just so(sew) beautiful! I seem to always not have a lot my own art so you SHOULD keep it for yourself!
gail

Magpie's Mumblings said...

I would say you should keep this for two reasons 1) it's gorgeous and 2) it was published. Oh yeah, and #3 - you love it.
btw - which issue of Sew Somerset?

Doreen G said...

It is so beautiful Carole-a definite keepsake.

Linda said...

I think you should!!! It's beautiful! Or I could keep it.....

Rhonda said...

I would so keep that piece, it is perfect in my eyes. I love it, you have captured France.

Lynette (NZ) said...

Yes - definitely a keeper. Especially love the use of the library card.

bad penny said...

beautiful - how lovely to receive it back. I'm going to start making some cards based on what I've learned from your journal class ...thank you xx

ShabbyChicShaz said...

Yes, I think you should keep this piece :)

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

It is lovely Carole - you should keep it.
Maybe you could make a v "special" journal for your daughter and this could be incorporated - even as the cover...

Enjoy your weekend!

Bunty said...

I don't blame you for wanting to keep it - it's beautiful!

Barbara

dosfishes said...

It was lovely in the magazine and inspired me to look you up when I saw it. I would want to hold on to it as a keepsake too. xox Corrine

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

Congratulations on having this gorgeous postcard published, Carole!!! The Paris theme combined with the beautiful vintage creams, beiges and the touch of pink - I just love it!
Hugs,
Julia

Julie said...

Your postcard is beautiful. How lovely to rediscover it.

Gunnels blog said...

Beautiful postcards !