Monday, 12 January 2009

the healing power of honey and lemon

Sunday, a refreshing walk to buy some lemons and locally produced honey, (someone is suffering from boy flu) Did I hear a chuckle? Surely its far worse than any kind of flu you or I could possibly catch!
Sunday afternoon saw me at home adding the finishing touches to my entry's for a post card show. It will be held at a cafe nearby.

34 comments:

P said...

Beautiful postcards!

I know just the cure for your sick boy...http://www.whatpossessedme.com/2008/09/cure.html

Works wonders every time!

Lobster and swan said...

Thank you.

How great is this girl? I read her post about the tree nazi gets his way and all the comments that followed had me in stitches! : )

Michelle said...

those postcards are looking great!

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

The cards are FAB!!

ArtsyMama said...

Wow, love your entries for the show. Spectacular!!!
Kari

Design Lovely said...

Love your designs. Very lovely! I think I am going to make some tea with lemon now. Its looks quite appetizing.

laurakitty said...

Those are gorgeous!

The Fab Miss B said...

Loving those cards! so pretty.

A Bun Can Dance said...

What beautiful cards!! You are very talented. As for the lemon & honey, I can empathise there having had my fair share of these in the last week.

From This Moment to That said...

Love these cards they are really pretty!
Hope the 'boy flu' doesn't catch you and change to 'girl flu' take care,

Moa said...

Oh my gosh, I just LOVE those postcards! The butterflies are just wonderful... sigh!

unearth | cmm said...

Your cards are wonderful, delicate and dream like.

nadia said...

They are lovely, oh perhaps you will think about selling them on etsy ...just maybe.

i hope you recover soon:)

i love my butterflies!

ambika said...

So incredibly gorgeous. I'm so impressed.

Primchick said...

love your postcards good luck with the show....

Sue said...

Man flu!!! and we just plod along! Your postcards are absolutely beautiful, good luck with the show.

Honeygo Beasley said...

I can relate to the honey and lemon need - getting over a cold. And I bought some for myself recently, too.

Your postcards look very dainty and lovely. Tell more about the show at the cafe ...

heather smith jones said...

there's nothing finer than local honey and those beautiful cards of yours jess! i adore those butterflies!

{michelle} said...

Sounds like a lovely day!

Yoli said...

You are one talented lady.

Danette said...

Those are the loveliest postcards. So sweet and romantic and old fashioned. But in a modern way, does that make sense? Modern-old fashioned?

Anyway-lovely.

marsupialia said...

The Cards are marvelous, detail-loving, precious, sugar-powder, sparkling, sweet!
Great.

sofia barĂ£o said...

wow loved them so much. so beautiful I'm sure you'll won. Love honey and tea too, together or not :)

Amy Olson Jewelry said...

those cards are stunning! I'm in awe of your beautiful work!

.kat. said...

Those cards are beautiful! I LOVE the tiny splotches of color and hints of shine! If I saw these at a shop, they would surely be bought!

.kat. said...

Those cards are beautiful! I LOVE the tiny splotches of color and hints of shine! If I saw these at a shop, they would surely be bought!

Brittany Noel said...

Honey and lemon is the best medicine. Especially local. Your postcards are so beautiful, Jess! I love love them. The third dimension with the butterflies is fantastic. It would be so unexpected to receive in the mail! Your show sounds exciting! I wish there was a coffee shop in Plymouth that did art shows...

michiko said...

Those postcards are incredibly beautiful, love the butterflies!!!
Hope you're feeling better now?

all over the map said...

oh how i've missed all the lovliness here. those postcards are dreamy, to say the least.

Sara said...

Oh so beautiful...

Room design studio said...

how did the show go?? those look amazing!!!!!!

Ash said...

very very nice! Those butterflies are amazing! very cute!

Melissa de la Fuente said...

These are so beautiful my dear! I love them and hope you make more someday soon! :)
xo
Melis

east side bride said...

boy flu is baaaaad.