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Category Archives: Collage
Happy Valentine’s Day to my dear Joe! SaveSave SaveSave
My favorite fella turns a year older today! There will be cake and manicotti and dancing girls and a cat who is doing his damnedest to destroy our sofa. Happy birthday Dahlink! SaveSave
My latest book cover – ten stories by ten authors in this anthology collected by J.L. Curtis. When California declares independence, their dreams of socialist diversity become nightmares for many from the high Sierras to the Central Valley. Follow the … Continue reading
23rd in a series of Valentines for my boyfriend/husband. They’re the same person, by the way – just thought I should clear that up! Happy Valentine’s Day, dear Joe!!!
Today’s collage is aimed at The City of Brotherly Love’s mayor, and his recent imposition of a sugary drink tax.
I took this photo of Joe when we were first dating, I used it on the first birthday card I ever made for him, and on every card since then! This year, I’ve incorporated the newest member of our family … Continue reading
Who will survive, and what will be left of them?
Since our son’s first birthday, I’ve been making birthday crowns for him. Despite his age, he insists on a birthday crown – and I’m all too happy to comply. This year he chose a Johnny and June Carter Cash crown.
One hundredth in a series creating a collage using five elements. Four years ago I started this series, making collages using five elements. I thought I’d create 20 or 25, but in the process, I seemed to gain momentum – and … Continue reading
Keeping with our tradition of making cards for each other, my 22nd Valentine to my dear husband, Joe. Wishing you all a day filled with love and really good chocolates!
It’s been our tradition since we’ve been dating to make birthday cards for each other. Joe’s head is a photo I took of him on our third or fourth date, I used it on the very first birthday card I … Continue reading
Ninety-ninth in a series creating a collage using five elements.