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Category Archives: Collage
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.
Our 19th wedding anniversary was drawing near, and I was in a panic! It’s our tradition to make cards for each other, and I wanted to give Joe a special, classy gift – a portrait of us trapped in a … Continue reading
Ninety-eighth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
Ninety-sixth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
Ninety-fifth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
Ninety-fourth in a series creating a collage using five elements.