I also thought it would be nice to include a bookmark in the next batch of books I send to my daughter out West at camp. I decided to use another bit of leftover crayon fabric, along with the foil. The bookmark's double-sided with her name on one side, and a freezer paper stencil and a few
I didn't have any international stamps at home so I had to buy one at the post office this morning. I asked the clerk to hand cancel the card to show everything was paid for, but was told it was likely that the self-adhesive stamp would fall off during transit. What to do? I was told that putting tape over a stamp is a big post office no-no and I didn't have any glue in my purse (go figure). Here's a question for those of you with experience sending fabric cards through the mail: what do you do to ensure the stamp stays put?
These were fun quick projects to get me back to the studio after my time away. Tomorrow I'm hoping to find some time either to start on my Memory quilt for my Latitude Quilts group (I'm still vacillating between ideas) or to pick up a quilt that's been on my design wall for years (yes, years!) and finally quilt it.