Still playing with tea bags; experimenting with different techniques. Different tea bags have different colorations and different folding methods. Some are easy to open without tearing; some are not. It doesn't make much difference as I don't mind the tears or ragged appearance of those that are more stubborn.
I'm almost through with the tea bags I'd been storing up. The trip last week caused a quicker depletion than I expected since I wasn't drinking tea and saving the bags. Should have started saving them earlier. :)
from Jacque H.
See what she included?
Beautiful lacy fabric, delightful items for decorating envelopes,
and cheerful stamps!
A vintage postcard from Naomi
A gorgeous shot of the lights
along the Singapore River
To Mila, and that is a pic of her on the tea bag.
and another mini-collage on the back,a la Jackie Long
a thank you for the pink-crested cello bird.
Some blogs that I've been enjoying, but haven't posted about:
Another 365 Days Around the Sun-- Cheryl marks her steps around New York City with photos. This is a very personal NYC that brings it down to earth and makes it distinctive in a intimate way: playgrounds, signs, trees in their spring glory, sidewalk art. A New York in microcosm, making it feel familiar and unintimidating, another human space.
Alisa Burke: Redefine Creativity-- This is my imaginary home. My imaginary life. Full of color and art and family. Just reading her posts cheers up my day.