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ladolcerita
« on: December 14, 2005 04:02:45 PM »

Some of you may have seen the journals I stamped with a potato last week-ish, and maybe even the turnip-print Christmas cards... I raided the crisper once again to come up with these!
It's a stationery set for a friend who writes a lot of letters; I bought a package of wee brown envelopes and a writing tablet (the light, light blue kind), carved up my carrot and got stamping. I also bought a bigger envelope to fit everything into as a bit of a case, and printed it, too.
Here are the pics... I was having a hard time with the sheets of paper so I apologize in advance!







And here's the carrot!

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« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2005 04:12:10 PM »

Looks very spiff.  I'm sure you're friend will be much appreciative.  Way to use the vegetables as well.
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« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2005 04:19:07 PM »

Dear god, I love you ladolcerita.   I bought a naked wood paper towel holder thingy for my bathroom and painted it almond to match the god awful wallpaper that I detest and shouldn't bother to match anyway.  I was going to handpaint flowers on it, but I want it to match and look all "Laugh-in" 70's like, but I've been putting it off as a pain in the ass.   Who knew I could use a potatoe?Huh?  Then I wont have to work all hard to make them the same!


Thank you thank  you thank you!
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