Monday, 24 November 2008

POSTCARD SWAP AT PP

Popular Patchwork Forum Postcard Swap

GROUP ONE; COMPLETE SET

Helen's Card................ Katy's Card.............. Helen G's card


Angela's Card................. Tessa's card.................. Janet's card




GROUP TWO; COMPLETE SET

Ros' card..........................Kerstin's card.................Jenny's card



Cath's card..........................Angela's card................Fiona's card



GROUP THREE....

Katy's Cornish card....................waiting for pik............waiting for pik


These are, you have to agree, fantastic Postcards, some of these ladies have never made cards before, I think they are all brilliant. Well done to everyone, and thank you for the permission to put them here. I am proud to display them.
There are more groups, but they haven't all been delivered yet. I shall put them on here as and when they do.



................................................................BONUS PICTURE....


Ros, a member of our new postcard swap, sent Popular Patchwork this picture of some beautiful postcards this week, and has given me permission to use these pictures on here. Ros made these for a fundraising auction, Some of the young people wanted to go to World Youth Day in Australia in July, and her church decided to help raise the money for their air fare. Ros made a couple of items for the auction, one of which was this set of postcards mounted on a board. £600+ was raised in total, which gave 3 young people a big help with their air fare.
Ros was then shown how to make the display board with a piece of soft wood, 4oz wadding, a fat quarter and a staple gun.

That is just brilliant, just shows the power of Craft work. Well done Ros.

2 comments:

Lynn said...

Being someone who just made her first ever ATC card yesterday, I am EXTREMELY impressed by all of these cards. They all look like they were done by artists of renoun.

jan said...

They certainly were, they are done by the ladies of the Forum of Popular Patchwork. Aren't they great, and as I said, some of them are their FIRST postcards. :-) Hope you have posted a pik of your ATC.