December 21, 2008

Many Christmas postcards later...

Here are some more postcards that I have been working on for presents. I've already given away 5 and whoops, I forgot to take photos of them~ oh well. So, here are 3 more ready to wrap. I've photographed them all together so you'll get a better idea of their size-they really are the size of postcards.

And here they are close-up. Wish the photos were better and showed all the sparkle that they have.
Soooo, if you're still hard at work in your studio, at your kitchen table or in your workshop~here's to you-we all deserve a round of applause!!!!!!


Renie Burghardt said...

Aww, they're so adorable, Leslie. You are so talented.

Hugs and blessings,


Amy Sullivan said...

~These are adorable Leslie~
I am almost done with my Christmas goodies~ and looking forward to just enjoying~

painter girl said...

They are so cute! I love them. they have such kitty personality.
Merry Happy Holiday to you. Hope you have a wonderful time with your family.
Blessings to you,

Queen of the Armchair aka dzintrastitcheries said...

Oh they haven't lost their sparkle at all comes through, especially the middle one!!! Merry Christmas to you Leslie...and Happy Holidays. Wishing you Peace, Joy, Contentment and Love for 2009...Dzintra

Tashai said...

Just wanted to wish you a tremendous holiday!

Malissa said...

Those are really cute! I can imagine how they sparkle! (I use a lot of glitter and am always disappointed that the sparkle doesn't come out in the pic.)
From me and mine to you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year!

Leslie said...

I love the post cards. I may try my hand at making some after Christmas.

I got my patient yesterday and now I really am a Chemo Card Angel ! Thanks, for leading me to that site.
Blessings on this Christmas, Leslie

Kokopelli said...

Hey, these cards are really cute! Remeind me of my two cats sitting by the window and watching the birds.
Christmas is over and with it a lot of hard work on the gifts. Thanks for the applause! :-)
Happy New Year to you, Leslie!