Thanks, all
2008 has had a great start!, with lots of very exciting interest in my work from all over the planet. I hope to tell you lots more about this soon.

Also, I’ve had so many lovely mentions on other blogs this year, and just want say a big Skinny thanks to Zee Homebug and to bowie style of Print & Pattern for letting everyone know about my new flickr page , to Jen of Painted Fish Studio for the beautiful photo of the teatowel she bought, and also to Victoria at sfgirlbybay for the multipronged shout-out she gave me yesterday.
And thanks for all the comments from everyone too. You guys are the best!

Another way 2008 has started well is that I’ve had rare expanses of time in which to do things just because I wanna! On one of these glorious afternoons, I cut the paper flowers at the top of the post. Here’s hoping for lots more days like this in 2008!

Happy weekend!

21 comments:

  1. I think 2008 *will* be full of many more great days for you Heather! I say we dub this year (while it’s still in it’s early stages and not yet wasted) the Year of Creativity and Rad Craft!

    Can’t wait to see what you come up with this year and even better, I can’t wait to see how you inspire me ;)…

    Sam

  2. I think 2008 *will* be full of many more great days for you Heather! I say we dub this year (while it’s still in it’s early stages and not yet wasted) the Year of Creativity and Rad Craft!

    Can’t wait to see what you come up with this year and even better, I can’t wait to see how you inspire me ;)…

    Sam

  3. I’m dumbfounded that you cut those flowers out by hand, Heather! It makes my hands hurt but my eyes smile…LOVE them!

    Thanks, as always, for sharing bits of your talent with us :)

  4. Glad to hear 2008 is treating you well and it is only a few weeks in! Looks like it will be a bright year for you.

    Wonderful flowers!

  5. i LOVE those wonderful flowers! could those perhaps translate into some of those great magnets you make? i would love my fridge to be garden :)

  6. What a great start to the year! Hope you will have lots more time to smell the roses and cut beautiful paper flowers!

  7. this is the best cut out you have ever done. I have a good vibe about 08 too…all the best.

  8. Wonderful flowers! I just wonder how do you do it? You must be really patient to do something like this. :)

  9. Your paper flowers look brilliant!
    and glad to hear 2008 is off to a great start :-) I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful designs as the year goes on.
    Danielle

  10. Your paper flowers look brilliant!
    and glad to hear 2008 is off to a great start :-) I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful designs as the year goes on.
    Danielle

  11. Hi. Did you create those paper flowers yourself? If not, where can I get them? Or if you did, how did you create them? Thanks! Stan in Washington, DC.

  12. Hi Stan
    Yes, I cut the flowers myself. I may list them for sale in my Etsy shop, or possibly turn them into a print. Still deciding. Glad you like ‘em!
    Cheers,
    Heather

  13. Hi Heather, I’ve never done any intricate paper cutting before, but when I saw those flowers of yours, I just had to give it a shot! Would you mind if I posted my attempt using that design on my blog? I’ll give full credit of course…

  14. Hi Heather, I’ve never done any intricate paper cutting before, but when I saw those flowers of yours, I just had to give it a shot! Would you mind if I posted my attempt using that design on my blog? I’ll give full credit of course…

  15. Hi illuminette
    I’d love to see your cutting experiments! Please let me know when you’ve blogged them.
    cheers,
    Heather

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