I received this week from both suereal and Zalphinian, so this is going to be pic humongous!
First, my ephemera package from suereal - It had a nice mix of different papers, and a cool printed newsletter in Chinese, as well as some cute charms, dog related tags, and Alice in Wonderland ephemera, as well as some pretty Christmas shaped confetti and pretty bats - just to name a few.
I like how you packaged the smaller pieces - and I am keeping it like that until I clean up my work space, so they don't get lost in my current mess, cool use of that stick on wrap.
I love this dog tag and the tea cup art... it doesn't take much to make me happy - a good book, a cup of warm tea, and a couple of happy dogs snoozing at my feet...
This is such a pretty, intricate piece - I think it would make some great texture and patterns for when I play around with my Gelli plate
I love these stickers too - I think I will use them for making some ID collages for my colleagues - and another one for myself too.
I love these - if I can find my copy of the program from when I saw the Alice in Wonderland Ballet in Toronto, I may have DH frame the images and make a tryptich for my craft room or above my desk.
A sampling of the pretty papers
and the little bats
and the Christmas glitters.
I already have some plans for these, in the tag swap I am doing right now! Thanks you suereal!
Also, I received my crafted package from Zalphinian - lots of papery goodness in one day!
First, her card - I love the textures of the papers
Then I saw these great little boxes - shipped flat, but here is one folded up - I am thinking they are a good size to fit some bracelets I am making, or may get for my nieces and SIL.
Then there was another package that has this in it - are they called exploding boxes? I think that is what they are called, right???
and it came with this plethora of Alice images - so I am looking forward to putting this together soon! I love Alice things - especially using the classic John Tenniel images.
Finally, there is also this set of cards/bookmarks too, Discworld inspired. I love the deep purple, and my favourites are of Death and the Death of Rats - love them - thank you! Perfect, as I was thinking of rereading a few of mine again soon, as a quick and easy way to relax.
Thank you Zalphinian - this was great.