These are all the wonderful cards that I received from my Fall/Halloween trade at Drawspace. What a group of talented people! The scrapbook in the middle is how I plan to store them. I found out this was easier said than done. All the cards have writing on the back that you want to preserve, so no taping down. I cut little bags that the cards will fit in and this should solve my problem. Although it might not look quite as nice. If you want to see the individual cards follow the link above, it will bring you to my post at DS.
I have been trying to decide why I am writing a blog. I think I want it to be a type of journal, a catalog of my interests. It's public, so I think that is the reason I went to showing just my art. Now I am thinking if the blog is going to keep my interest it will have to follow my interests. Things like art, cooking, kids, dogs, Jim and his trains and the world around me. Will this be of any interest to others? Maybe sometimes and maybe not. But it, I think, will keep my interest. My blog will be for me and anybody who is interested is welcome to read along. I hope that it will show me in the light that I have always tried to portray, that of some one who is always open to learning new things. To that end I am going to keep Becoming a Renaissance Woman as the title.