Saturday, December 10, 2011

A Saturday Evening Post


Anonymous, it's here. Safe and sound, it is.


I found the hedgehog! LOL. It was the first thing I looked for. Thank you. Nice stationery, and I like the ATCs. Very nice. I wish I knew more people who are into it.


A postcard from Japan. So cute, and funny. The stamp has a Hello Kitty in a kimono. 


Inuit Art Birds postcard from Wolfey. I like. That red! Great graphic depictions of birds. There's a story here. Thanks Wolfey. It has a place on the cork board, too. It will be in great company.


Check out the stamps, please. This is from Kimi. Thank you for such a special card, Kimi. It's amazing. Hallmark Red! Imagine that. Neat border, huh? Red ink! Wish our Hallmarks carried such items. 


THIS is Hallmark? Major wow factor working here. I had dreams of working for Hallmark, once upon a time. This is the first year I won't be sending Hallmark cards. For once I want to say it myself. How about you? It doesn't get more original than this. TY K. 


Letters and such. Eleven pieces in all. I forgot to take photos of the packages. Sure hope that flounder doesn't thaw early.


A little humor . . .




Ho-Ho Goodnight!
And, thank you, thank you, thank you.



6 comments:

  1. Oh boy!!!
    I'm soo happy I cannot contain myself!!
    Thrilled to see it safe + sound!
    And, to be a part of your Saturday Evening Post!
    Wicked sweet!
    I can sleep happy!

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  2. What a great post. Looks as if lots of fun is happ'nin' round your neck of the woods. Enjoy all your holiday happenings.

    Patty

    P.S. The package for Kailey and Nana has arrived, but I'm waiting for her to show up to open together. It may be a bit. I've come down with a nasty cold.

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  3. Sorry to hear about your cold, Patty. The only good thing that comes from having one, is you take better care after once "it catches you." So take good care. Wonder why it's called a cold?

    Yes, don't "give it" to Kailey, and DON'T OPEN THE GIFT 'TIL CHRISTMAS!

    Be well.

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  4. Anonymous! I keep sniffing the container. Yep. It still smells of onions. Will show off the lovely ATCs in another post. You inspired me to dig out my blank bits . . . No idea why I bought little rectangles of stock when I can make my own. I especially like the illustration board cards. So many things to do with them aside from not drawing. :) Thanks again.

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  5. Kimi! Thank you! I found the Product Red products. :) I will go to the two Hallmarks near me on Wednesday, 'cause I couldn't find them on the local web sites. I planned to bypass Hallmark this year with my own DIY cards, but I HAVE to buy a handful of the InspiRed cards. Thanks for turning me on to the project. {{HUGS}}

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  6. Limner,

    Could you drop me a quick email?

    Thanks!

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