Tuesday, November 14, 2006

...and on the back side

In case anyone is wondering what the other side of a fabric art postcard looks like...
I use card stock - I've seen some with fabric on the back, and I've seen some real pretty hand drawn ones with the card stock too.

9 comments:

Carol said...

Yes I was wondering about that already, so thanks for showing us Cat! Looks good, but I guess I would still put it in envelope to protect it! Oh it must be wonderful to get such a gorgeous card in the mail!

Gerry said...

Well, DUH! Please don't laugh, but I didn't really think these were meant to be mailed. I thought they were similar to an ATC. I can't even imagine what the Post Office could do to one of them. LOL. Thanks so much.

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

Thank you for showing us both sides! I love the lesson!!

Anita said...

Yes, your post cards are far too pretty to be mailed without an envelope. Thanks a lot for showing the other side as well!

Anonymous said...

I am new to your blog, and as a fabricaholic I absolutely adore everything you've shown. I will be bookmarking you to revisit and see the splendor.

One Crabapple said...

Miss Baumcat...that is as stylish as you are. And I Like that it is paper and you can write on it.
Love, S.

Naturegirl said...

So *~detailed~* I cannot believe the work that goes into such a precious artwork! You are gifted! Thank you for showing us!

pinar said...

my mother was an embridery teacher.. and she always looked first.. at the back of it..
your's is so neat.. I am sure you would get an A*
enjoy as much as we enjoy your art dera..

deb said...

The artwork and detail is incredible.