Wednesday, March 17, 2010

St. Patrick's Day Luck

May the luck of the Irish be with you. What does that mean. Are Irish lucky? Or believe in luck? There's a smidgen of Irish in my veins, but March has proven to be the most unlucky month of all since 2000.  In any event, I made these postcards for a swap using the backgrounds I posted a few days ago. The square and the shamrocks are cut out from painted fusible web and ironed on. Buttons and machine stitching and viola, a green postcard.

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Quote: St. Patrick's Day is an enchanted time - a day to begin transforming winter's dreams into summer's magic. ~Adrienne Cook

5 comments:

Julie said...

Gail my heart is aching that you have had yet more misfortune. I hope that this bad luck is surpassable.

I do like these postcards and the shamrocks look perfect. I have been catching up with your posts as I have been a bit behind. congratulations on being included in 1000 Artisan Textiles and the bleaching has worked really well, especially the block prints. I wouldn't have thought of using corrugated cardboard. Very effective. Take care of yourself.

La Dolce Vita said...

I love that quote and your positivity regardless of the circumstances! hugs to you dearheart!

PAMO said...

I was the LUCKY recipient of the card in the lower left hand corner. And I'm telling you that this photo just doesn't do it justice!! It is a beautiful piece of mixed media art- every detail beautifully crafted. Your work just blows me away Gail!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!

Doreen K. said...

Love your current art work. So nice to see you back. Congrats on being published!!!

Penny said...

Hope things can only get better, I feel a bit the same and the waiting until next week when i see the specialist is taking for ever.
Love these cards they look fantastic.