Tuesday, 5 February 2008

Cyberfyber Post + TIF

I cannot believe that my ATC from Susan Lenz arrived today! It was posted from the States on Friday and here it is!




The ATC is even prettier in reality than it appears on the screen in my earlier post and I am delighted to own it. As you can see Susan has embroidered her name on the back.


I haven't had a lot of time for art today but I have made some notes for the Take it Further Challenge


Lots of things have been running through my head with this challenge and I have tried to put some of them down in a (so called) mindmap. I have had some thoughts about the form that my piece for this month will take and it probably will not be wholly fibre or stitch but there may be some stitch involved. I'll say no more for the moment but hopefully I will find some time to make a start shortly as the days are rushing past already.

7 comments:

katelnorth said...

speedy - and lovely. Mine (a pc, not an ATC) is on the way - and mine back to her will be posted on my blog soon...

arlee said...

Pssst block out Suze's address. You got a lovely one, can't wait to see mine from her:}

artisbliss said...

I've received my postcard as well, Julie, and it's so lovely. What a fun thing to be part of!

I'm down with a strained hamstring muscle (fell on the ice) so am living on ice packs and naproxen sodium today. Urg.

Julie said...

Arlee, thanks for the heads up. I've replaced the photo with a different one without the address. :)

sharon young said...

Lovely ATC, isn't it a great thing to be part of , I just sent my request to trade today, so I'm looking forward to the exchange.

Becky Vigor said...

I love seeing people's handwriting on their blogs. It adds the personal touch which is lost in the typed text. Your mind map is a lot neater than mine ever are, I always seem to end up with tails that go all over the place, interconnect and almost fall off the page! My mind is obviously much more messy than yours LOL!

katelnorth said...

I've just looked again at this ATC - didn't realise before how similar it was to the one I chose (which is a postcard, but still). Great minds!