Image 201 was for fun.
Image 202 is boring, but that was intentional. I'm wanting to play with creating a 3-D doodle and will use this as a base so you will see it incorporated in a later doodle.
Image 203 is a doodle for the sake of doodling.
Image 204. I felt like it was time for a colorful, uncomplicated one.
The envelope front & back were made from a file folder. The bottom of the envelope is the fold of the folder. The sides were stitched on my sewing machine. I left a flap at the top to fold over and secure with an elastic cord and button. The stars were punched out, then the holes inked with a pen.
I made eight of these, all originals to contain the eight fabric kitten cards located in the card section HERE.
Although I did enjoy this project, I don't plan on making more originals. Each envelope took way too many hours so anyone who receives one of these cards and envelopes ought to consider themselves quite special. ;-)
I do, however, like the idea of making envelopes from a sturdy stock and sewing them on the machine. It was quite easy once I got the hang of it. I will continue to experiment.
Images 205, 206, and 207 are also included in the section, Beyond the Pad.
Got the bug to decorate a paper plate. Image 207 would have been easier if the plate hadn't been plastic coated!
Image 208 is another simple doodle.
Image 209 is a simple crisp doodle, but it took several hours to do.
Image 210 was a refresing experience. I had drawn the border probably a year ago but didn't know what to put in it. Then tonight this doodle appeared.