This is an archived posting from my previous website “Chips Antidotal Wanderings” – a personal blog about family, creative moments, and pain management activities in my life. That blog was active from 2004-2011.

Garden Fairy Wrappings

Not too long ago I came across some great wrapping papers with garden fairies on it. So of course I bought multiple rolls! I’ve been working up several art projects using them. Here’s a page spread done in a circle journal where the owner of the book asked each artist to create an artistic page using their favorite color. Click the picture to see a larger view of it or check it out in in my Flickr Gallery or in the gallery at CHW

Garden Fairy ATCs

Then I had to make up some ATC’s using the little pretties also! Here’s a couple of them. But I made 15 in all and more can be seen in my ATC/ACEO album at Flickr or CHW . A lot of them have already traded out. But if you are interested in trading for one of them, let me know. I’ll check to see which one’s are left.

Textured Dragonfly ATCs

An online acquaintance asked me to make dragonfly themed ATC to swap with her. So I made up several sets. Many of them are still available too. So let me know if you want one. I’m always open for a friendly art trade! Again, more of these mosaic style cards can be seen in my ATC/ACEO album at Flickr picture string or in the ATC gallery album at CHW. [Update: The CHW forums and gallery are no longer online]

The ones that don’t trade out, I’ll auction as ACEO’s on E-Bay.

If you like to craft up a thing or two once in a while yourself, come join us at the Craft Happy Website (CHW)! We’re a friendly and small group of crafters that hang out chattering together on the web. Showing examples of our art, sharing crafty ideas, and just being online pen pals too. Yes membership is free and NO, NO, NO – I don’t do any spamming! Not even a scheduled newsletter of any kind. I just don’t have the time, energy, or tolerance for that sort of stuff.

Thanks for stopping by today! I hope everyone is having a good day. Catch you later!


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