So...I started playing with the tea bags again. Can't explain exactly why I'm drawn to them, and I don't know yet how I'll use them. Some of the earlier ones I've added to postcards, but haven't decided what to do with these that I've embroidered. Right now, they are washi-taped to journal pages.
Since I can't watch television without having something to do with my hands and I love Korean Drama, the tea bags were the answer to keeping my hands occupied while watching Neighborhood Hero.
My husband doesn't see how I can watch, read subtitles, and embroider at the same time, but I'm not a perfectionist and don't concern myself with being neat or having anything in mind when I begin putting down stitches.
Embroidery is my way of watching Netflix or Hulu or Drama Fever. Remember all those dozens of fabric beads I embroidered? They were so I could watch my shows!
Now, I'm going to figure out how to use the tea bags.
Maybe some collage....
Bryce Eleanor spent the night on June 4,
She left room for the address on the right,
and I'm sure the stamp at the bottom won't matter.
AJ is for Animal Jam.
Letter from Penne.
The letter came the day before we were leaving for Houston,
so I just put a postcard in the mail.
Jacki Long started putting little collages on the back of her postcards.
It inspired me to the same, especially when in a hurry.
When we got back home,
I wrote the letter which went out in today's mail.
on the back
She included some of her lovely hand-dyed fabrics
and a lovely ATC! Thanks, Connie!
This went out to her today.
I have several more replies to write
that I will share soon.
I LOVE this: