oops....clicked too quicklyahem.....I have put my moly in the post and the nice lady postmistress said it would take 4 to 6 days !!! don't hold your breath tho will you, its going to take longer than that :-)
Great!I was going to post yours yesterday too ,but we were flooded in again! As I said in an accompanying card,I hope my moly enjoys your summer sunshine,'cos it sure ain't getting much here!I'm off to town soon,so it will be in the post today :)
EEEEK!!! your book has arrived ! and its amazing !I wasn't expecting it so soon, what a treat :-)question ( already!) shall I paste some washi in for you to work in, or will you do that when it returns to you?
Hi Lynne,I went to the P.O.today to see if your book was there but it hasn't arrived yet,but I'm relieved that mine has and it only took a week.That's good to know,yours will probably turn up tomorrow:)Re the washi,I'd like to keep covering the pages in my trees moly with my own chyogami papers,just for this first book.I can sort of envisage the colour sequence/patterns unfolding.If you could do the same with yours that would be fun.Shall we do four pages at time instead of three? It would cut down on postage a bit and speed up the process.Or are '3 pages'engraved in stone for moly x changes ?Over and out,Deb
I think we should do as many pages as we feel up to doing, sometimes the image I produce only takes up two pages and then I wonder what to do with the next one....and sometimes 4 isn't enough.....I will prepare a few more pages in my book for you next time ( I may even do the whole book!) and see what happens....yes please lets not feel restricted by any rules...if inspiration takes you into 5 pages this time please feel free to add background paper as you see fit...looking at trees today....we are in the fruitful season here now....soon be autumn :-( it will be interesting to see how the seasons affect the progress in your book
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