(a journey with watercolour and my dog)
So beautiful, Pat! Your project interests me a lot: I also make bookmark for me and my family (soon I am posting them on my blog, too), but I never thought of laminating them... how do you do this? do you make them laminating by a stationery? Thank you, ciao!
Thanks, Cristina xxI do go to a stationery shop with a few bookmarks and ask them to laminate them for me. It protects them and saves them from fingerprints and from smudging. Prolongs their life too :) xx
These are great Pat! These would make great teacher gifts.
They would, wouldn't they, Gretchen? I actually think they're a great little gift for any time, not just Christmas :) xx
What lovely Christmas drawings. Love the book marks. I agree they make lovely gifts. We should all get back to making gifts. They have so much meaning Lovely work Pat.
Thanks Dors. I agree with the handmade gifts, I love to receive them from my craft minded friends. xx
So pretty...Your talent just amazes me!AnnPS Thanks for your kind words about Edward - he really has landed on his feet!
Pat- these are great!Sheryl
Thanks, Ann. Edward is just so lucky - - all his Christmases have come at once, I know :)
Thanks, Sheryl :) xx
Well done Pat, they look very nice indeed. Ciao!
Thanks Tito xx
You have a terrific variety of subjects on your blog Pat. I never know what to expect but know I always enjoy your postings.
Thanks, Beryl - very kind of you to say so :) xx
Geniale Pat! Che idea,complimenti!Ciao,buona serata!!Francesco
Thanks Francesco. Feel free to try them yourself . They are 8inches by 2inches and once they are painted, get them laminated. If you know anyone who still reads books - they will love them :) xx
I bet it is very hard to paint something only 2 inches wide!!!These are very pretty.
It is a bit difficult, Tonya - I can't do all subjects - just a select few and very loose! Glad you like them xx
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