Yesterday was a Good Mail Day thanks to
2 lovely bloggy-buddies.
Look at what made me smile when I staggered through the front door at the end of a long day!
This fun happy Mail Art from Virginia is gorgeous -
and so 'her'.
I love those ridiculous faces and 'ta-da' pose!
Inside the envelope was this superb art card (8" x 8"). I admire Virginia's journaling style and aspire to achieve something of it's style and freedom. There are loads of her journal pages to see on her blog Celtic House - click here to see it (her pages for 'Darcy's 52 words'
are particularly inspiring).
If you do drop by, say hello from me!
Thank you so much, Virginia!
So I picked up Virginia's Mail Art and underneath was
this packet of goodies
from Valerie in Germany.
Inside the beautifully stamped envelope was this card, as well as an oriental-girl bookmark, which is perfectly made and so very clever ( I can't start to imagine how she put it together) and she'd also slipped in the gorgeous tag, which is lush with all of its layers and textures.
Valerie is a prolific crafter, and you can see her creations
on her blog Bastelmania.
Click here to go and have a look,
and please let her know I sent you!
Thank you so much Valerie!
So if you are in the UK, have you voted yet?
As a woman I think it is particularly important to exercise my right to vote (the suffragettes fought too long and hard to get the vote for women for me not to use it).
Grant and I went down to the local
community hall this morning.
The electoral officers are usually rather elderly and,
in the past, have been rather lacking in smiles.
But not today.
3 smiling hotties, as Grant called them, sat waiting for us.
A blonde, a brunette and a redhead.
Never has Grant been so animated about the voting process, he's not a lech, he just likes a pretty face (I know, I know, so why did he marry me etc etc!).
As we left the blonde even called out for us
(he thinks she meant just him)
to have a nice day.
Bless him, shame he only gets one vote.
I'll be back tomorrow with my Rocking list,
so until then,