Monday, 5 October 2009

Where Things In The Mail Make The Pain Go Away...

I have a confession to make...
Every single time I am expecting something to arrive in the mail for the wee shop, I wake up not in a very different manner that you would expect from a 4-year old in Christmas morning. I can't explain it really, but I guess it has something to do with seeing my scribblings materialized into all sorts of wonderful things. So I woke up this morning with a (still) sore foot, to find a big brown box waiting for me on my desk ( William had put it there, not Santa), and it might as well had been a beautifully wrapped box with a red bow.
And then we opened it up, and there came all the 'ooohs' and 'aaaaahs', and similar exclamations of admiration for the final product!

They are lovely as postcards, thank-you notecards, or as a very cute way indeed to acquire the whole collection and have them framed!

The pack consists of 6 postcards, one of each of:
-The Great Escape
-The Spinster
-The Safe Place
-Comfortably Numb
-The Defeatist
-Caught In Time
Each postcard is printed on premium, 215 gsm glossy fronted card stock, with a blank matte back side, and measures 5.5 x 4.2 in.

The set comes with 6 gorgeous white envelopes, wrapped with a paper band and packaged up in a sealed plastic sleeve.

They are oh-so-lovely!
and they are now in the shop!

And as I am still in quite a lot of pain, I spent the better half of today packing these little
lovelies up in their little cello sleeves...

I wish you all a wonderful week!


  1. I feel the same way! Mail is the coolest. Just found your blog, and I'm following!

  2. What a great idea for your artwork.

  3. They have a black back side? Wow it's neat. Are those printed digital or offset?