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July 26, 2017


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Bleubeard and Elizabeth

I can't believe how far behind I've gotten. Seems all I do lately is play catch up. I'm really in love with the fowl. So much fun to see you kept making them, even after the first one was such a hit.

You and I are just opposite. I will be SO glad when these ICADs are over this year. I am no longer finding them fun to make, and am looking for anything I can find that will pass for a decent card. I hope the final week is better for me, because you are definitely on a roll. I love the sentiments you found in your "new" book.

And I adore the gelli prints. I wanted a gelli plate for three years and finally bought one after hints to others rolled off their backs. After I got it, I didn't like it. For some reason, I was afraid of it, and damaged it right after I used it the second time. I also think my gelatin plate I made was more fun to use. All I had to do was reheat the gelatin and I got a great new plate. The squish was better, too. I know it sounds silly, but I've got a pricey gelli and never use it. I'm delighted you like yours, though. It shows, too.

I like your self portraits, but you won't catch me doing that. I simply don't draw, and don't like to draw. I grip the pen or pencil too tight, and my fingers stiffen and cramp. You make it look easy, and I'm always impressed with these new techniques you try.

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