More lovely art. And thankyou for your cards which arrived safely here! I am still poring over them - so much depth!
Yes, it is vrey beautiful, but I dont know what ATC's are. I need to look on the Internet :-))
very, not vrey!!!!!!
Sorry to invade your blog (you can cancel the previous comment if you want). I think I have found what ATC's are : http://art-trading-card.superforum.fr/The forum above is in French....
What you're showing here definitely isn't dark! Your ATCs are full of joy and colour... I guess it's the other side of you.I love them - very creative!
Hi CabacurlThanks for popping into to visit me - I thought I would return the visit. I am glad Marie asked what ACTs are but I still don't really know so will have to go look it up for myself. This is a whole new world to me and I feel like a real dinosaur. But learning is great - keeps the cobwebs at bay!!!Very interested in your last post as my Grandfather & Great Uncle both fought in Nth France in WW! I visited my Grt Uncle's grave in 1993 - very very moving. Have recently got copies of both their war records from Canberra which shed so much more light on what they had both been thru. My Grandfather was seriously wounded and was hospitalised in Wales for 4 months at the end of the war. Thanks for the links I will look them up.Cheers
Lovely new ATCs JD. I've begun collecting some interesting shells on my daily walks, but don't know what to do with them. Any suggestions?
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