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Gemme 11-12-2009 03:23 PM

Penpals, Scrapbookers, Postcard Artists and Other Creative Types
 
Your talents are wanted here!

I've been a penpal for a few years now and have completed some artistic endeavors through group rounds with great success. I find the artistic expression of the people I've had the pleasure of knowing and corresponding with to be exemplary.

This is a thread for those who would like to connect (or reconnect) with other artistic types, whether it be by penpalling, swapping small craft projects or coming together to design new ways to share our love of pen, paper, glue and glitter.

Happy creating, all!

little man 11-12-2009 03:55 PM

is love of glitter a prerequisite?

Gemme 11-12-2009 03:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by little man (Post 4053)
is love of glitter a prerequisite?

Not at all! I've seen your work and it's fantastic.

little man 11-12-2009 04:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gemme (Post 4063)
Not at all! I've seen your work and it's fantastic.

whew

i've been making postcards of late and have grand plans for some x-mess cards.

anybody wants in, drop me a pm with mailing addy. especially you, ms. gemme....haven't heard from you in a while. :)

evolveme 11-12-2009 04:09 PM

I used to do all of these things.

I still have boxes of magazines (like The Sun and Art Forum), special paper and nearly a house FULL of favorite pens (my favorite thing to shop for) just for this purpose. I crafted my hand-written letters with these things along with leaves, flowers, small found objects, etc.

I really should get back to it. It was a pleasure.

(Not a fan of glitter here.)

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Gemme 11-12-2009 04:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by little man (Post 4071)
whew

i've been making postcards of late and have grand plans for some x-mess cards.

anybody wants in, drop me a pm with mailing addy. especially you, ms. gemme....haven't heard from you in a while. :)


Some of my friends turned me onto Postsecret.com and I love the concept of putting one's most secret thoughts and desires onto a 3x5 or 4x6 card and revealing them to others, sometimes anonymously.

Glad to see your interest!

Gemme 11-12-2009 04:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by evolveme (Post 4079)
I used to do all of these things.

I still have boxes of magazines (like The Sun and Art Forum), special paper and nearly a house FULL of favorite pens (my favorite thing to shop for) just for this purpose. I crafted my hand-written letters with these things along with leaves, flowers, small found objects, etc.

I really should get back to it. It was a pleasure.

(Not a fan of glitter here.)

e

No worries. Glitter is not a requirement...just the urge to create and the willingness to keep in touch with others. That's it. :)

Hudson 11-12-2009 04:14 PM

i'm tracing my hand and making construction paper
turkeys and gluing them onto paper plates as we speak.
and i have glitter in an autumnal palate for the haters.

gobble gobble.

little man 11-12-2009 04:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by evolveme (Post 4079)
I used to do all of these things.

I still have boxes of magazines (like The Sun and Art Forum), special paper and nearly a house FULL of favorite pens (my favorite thing to shop for) just for this purpose. I crafted my hand-written letters with these things along with leaves, flowers, small found objects, etc.

I really should get back to it. It was a pleasure.

(Not a fan of glitter here.)

e

i will be sending my addy forthwith....i do enjoy a handwritten missive on occasion.

evolveme 11-12-2009 04:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gemme (Post 4083)
No worries. Glitter is not a requirement...just the urge to create and the willingness to keep in touch with others. That's it. :)

I've been a miserable correspondent for too long.

I should make this my New Year's Rez.

Side Note: Bent calls glitter the herpes of crafts. ;)

Hudson 11-12-2009 04:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by little man (Post 4091)
i will be sending my addy forthwith....i do enjoy a handwritten missive on occasion.


i like a good hand-smacking dismissive myself if anyone's into that kinda thing

Hudson 11-12-2009 04:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by evolveme (Post 4092)
I've been a miserable correspondent for too long.

I should make this my New Year's Rez.

Side Note: Bent calls glitter the herpes of crafts. ;)

i'm just gonna say this once...crafts without
glitter is like drag queens without bird seed

Gemme 11-12-2009 04:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ben-Her (Post 4090)
i'm tracing my hand and making construction paper
turkeys and gluing them onto paper plates as we speak.
and i have glitter in an autumnal palate for the haters.

gobble gobble.

I have an autumnal palate in body glitter. No turkeys, hand or otherwise. We each do what we can! ;)

Gemme 11-12-2009 04:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by evolveme (Post 4092)
I've been a miserable correspondent for too long.

I should make this my New Year's Rez.

Side Note: Bent calls glitter the herpes of crafts. ;)

Herpes has such a bad rap. :D

evolveme 11-12-2009 04:24 PM

My birthday is on Thanksgiving this year.

My dad used to call me Turkey. (He thought this was quite clever.)

I should like to celebrate with a crepe paper Turkey.

A giant one.

Or just some of those little hand ones like Ben-Her is making.

I don't want to set myself up to fail or anything.

girl_dee 11-12-2009 04:24 PM

my hobbies have changed through the ages

As of late I am into making photocards out of the pictures I take at the resort here... It's an amazing place... I get to sell them when we are open for the season.. I would like to expand this one day...



The link in my sigline has samples..

I also like to crochet to keep my hands busy and keep me out of trouble.

Wil your postcards are great

no no to glitter

evolveme 11-12-2009 04:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by little man (Post 4091)
i will be sending my addy forthwith....i do enjoy a handwritten missive on occasion.

It may take me six (or twenty-four) months, but eventually my guilt and need to create will get the better of me.

Yes, please.

Hudson 11-12-2009 04:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by evolveme (Post 4100)
My birthday is on Thanksgiving this year.

My dad used to call me Turkey. (He thought this was quite clever.)

I should like to celebrate with a crepe paper Turkey.

A giant one.

Or just some of those little hand ones like Ben-Her is making.

I don't want to set myself up to fail or anything.


that's awfully presumptive about my hands and thus my turkeys

Mister Bent 11-12-2009 04:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by little man (Post 4071)
whew

i've been making postcards of late and have grand plans for some x-mess cards.

anybody wants in, drop me a pm with mailing addy. especially you, ms. gemme....haven't heard from you in a while. :)

If any form of written correspondence survives it should be the postcard.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gemme (Post 4080)

Some of my friends turned me onto Postsecret.com and I love the concept of putting one's most secret thoughts and desires onto a 3x5 or 4x6 card and revealing them to others, sometimes anonymously.

Postsecret is great.


Quote:

Originally Posted by Gemme (Post 4099)
Herpes has such a bad rap. :D

Uh, yeah, thanks to glitter!

Gemme 11-12-2009 04:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sassy_dee (Post 4101)
my hobbies have changed through the ages

As of late I am into making photocards out of the pictures I take at the resort here... It's an amazing place... I get to sell them when we are open for the season.. I would like to expand this one day...



The link in my sigline has samples..

I also like to crochet to keep my hands busy and keep me out of trouble.

Wil your postcards are great

no no to glitter

Welcome, Sassy!


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