Working, working, working and getting so much done. Ta-Dah! I was putting together vintage, handwritten packets for the booth and breathing in 150 year-old dust. Can that be good? I doubt it. I love putting packets together. I can listen to my favorite music and just get it done.
Here is a teasing photo of the packets:
My camera stopped working today right ofter I took the above photo. Maybe it is just worn out from all the erasing of images. I love the technology of digital over having to take the photos in to be processed. I can remember in the old days, finding rolls of developed film and after taking them in, being sorry I had spent the money to have them developed. The immediacy of wanting those particular shots having passed.
I will try to get the camera back in working order and put photos of the packets up online tomorrow and also get the requested photos of the interiors of the Ephemera Playbooks.
Speaking of technology, take a minute to see the "Steampunk" computers on Michael De Meng's blog. I want one. Go now. I'll wait right here for you to come back.
More mail in the old mailbox today from some great blog readers:
Roberta Wax (CA) sent me a little handmade necklace using the Artful Mosaic stamp from Stampers Anonymous. This is one of my favorite stamps designed several years ago for me by Michelle Ward. Thanks, Roberta!
Sue Wisniewski (CT) had the same Artful Mosaic stamp on the envelope and she made a great card using the StazOn technique that has been demonstrated for years in the SA booth. First by MaryJo McGraw and then, Julie Stowe and even by Ted Cutts, each of them adding their own twist to it. Sue did all them proud. Thanks.