Sunday, 23 November 2008

And now for some fabulousness!!

I participate in a small Australian group that swaps fabric postcards on a (roughly) bimonthly basis and the current theme is Marie Antoinette. These are the three totally gorgeous and absolutely stunning postcards that came my way this week -

Above Postcard by Coralee Barker

Above postcard by Karin Hutchinson

Above postcard by Stephanie Grant

I just love them!!

14 comments:

Shirley Anne Sherris said...

Hi
What a fabulous hand - talented lady - lucky you.
Cheers

Jenxo said...

They are all beautiful,would be hard to pick a favorite! jenxo

Brenda said...

Ooo, aren't they gorgeous. You lucky lady.

Julie H said...

For various reasons I have not had time to read blogs for a while, I just popped over here and found you had posted 15 times since my last visit!
I am loviong all the textured pieces you have been working on - have left fingerprints on the screen LOL. And the cards you received this swap ae simply stunning too.

Doreen G said...

Wonderful cards Debbi---I thought to myself how strange that they have all use the printed fabric for their postcards---then I realised that it was the fabric that you had taken the photos on--- Duh.

artisbliss said...

How absolutely gorgeous!

Night Owl Designs said...

Wow, you're very lucky Debbi, they're wonderful!

Sam Marshall said...

Hi Debbi,
These are so gorgeous!

Jen Crossley said...

How beautiful are these Debbi
Jen

Gaby Bee said...

Wow, These cards are incredible. You're so fortunate to own this masterpieces!
Gaby xo

Jacky said...

Debbi these are truly gorgeous, all so wonderfully detailed... I LOVE the first one. Her dress detail is amazing.
Karin's is stunning with the mask and trail of hair and the last one with the sepia tones and the hand... what a fabulous swap!

Joanna van said...

What a great topic. I love things with Marie Anntoinette. I saw some of her things in France many years ago. It gives me an idea for another trade...wives of Henry VIII.

Viv's Visuals said...

These are just AWESOME! Love them all, but really desire the hands one!!!

Pauline said...

These are fabulous..having visited France a couple of years ago fell inlove with Marie Anntoinette and the exhibits that depict her life.