We're home

...and not very excited about it. Back to the daily grind does not hold much appeal for me, but hey, only approx 335 days to go until I can do it again!!
Here's a few more postcards.

 
  
  
  
  
  
  
A few things you may not know about if this is the only blog you read (yeah, right) . Sharon B has started to document her "who dropped the button box" CQ. Block by block she is going through the construction of the block, fabrics, and embellishments. A must see!
The latest issue of CQMagOnline is also out. I didn't submit anything this time round. As usual, my ornies, which would of needed to be done before October 1st, were not completed until December 23rd!!  This years competition is to get YOU ALL to write and submit and article for one of the issues. Give it a go. It is not difficult. It doesn't have to be long, and remember all levels of CQ expertise read the mag, so if you are a newbie to CQ, and you have come across something you found helpful on your journey, share it with everyone.
Right , I am off to do the January giveaway draw.

9 comments:

Magpie's Mumblings said...

ooooh....I love the bullion flowers!!! They are so very gorgeous. Someday I have to try them.
Welcome home, btw.

FredaB said...

I will have to start calling you the "Bullion Queen". They are gorgeous.

I also enjoy doing them and they look so good with the variegated threads. Great color choices.

Hugs

FredaB

Vicki W said...

These are great cards, I especially love the last one!

Sewing Up A Storm said...

I too love the bullion flowers in the last two! I recently found your site and your work is just wonderful.

KarenK said...

What I find so interesting is how much variety there is on your postcards. Fun, funky, soft, delicate, wintery, whimsical. Wonderful work.

Ati. Norway. said...

Hi Jo, welcome home again. I am happy you liked it on the camping after all. You was a bit sceptic in the start and i said: lucky you , enjoy it, no hoovering, no floor scrubbing and easy cooking :)
You pc are to die for, as always!

Barbara said...

I'm always inspired when I visit your blog. Your bullion flowers are absolutely beautiful! I see another flower to experiment with.

Thanks millions for mentioning the CQMag contest for 2009. I am hoping for a great response. I had some great prizes donated that I think everyone will love.

Plays with Needles said...

Those buttonhole leaves and variegated bullions are TO DIE FOR! Plus I love the palette of pinks...can't help myself...

jasminduft said...

Stunning work, as always! :-) Congratulations!