Friday, 9 November 2007

everlasting leaves

Before the maple leaves were all gone I saved a few and pressed them.
Now they will be everlasting memories of a colourful autumn.
Some will be made into cards and mailed around the world.

Let me know if you want a card.

8 comments:

Olivia Kroth said...

I would love to get a card from you Britt-Arnhild. Will those be e-cards or postcards?

http://olivia-kroth.blog.de.vu

Britt-Arnhild said...

Hi Olivia - oldfashioned snal mail postcards. Send me your address.....

see you there! said...

Of course I want a card! What a lovely idea.

Darla

marita said...

where is my comment from early this morning gone dear britt? i would surely love to receive your lovely leave card!!

Olivia Kroth said...

Hello Britt-Arnhild,
my snail mail address is:

Olivia Kroth
Postfach 1103
D-61362 Friedrichsdorf/Taunus

Thank you for sending me one of your beautiful maple leaf cards.

Anonymous said...

Dear Britt-Arnhild:
I would love to receive a card from you!
Joan E. Fisher
2522 Vale Road
San Pablo, CA 94806-3814
U.S.A.

Bhavna said...

Such pretty leaves! How do you preserve them without the leave losing their color, Britt?

Bonnie said...

Are you still sending Norwegian
Leaf Cards? ! I made some from
Japanese Maple leaves.....
I'm overseas but would love to send
you one! Letters are a lost art
and as my college son says "I got your letter today and it was a good reminder that I exist! Really, it is nice to get mail, true story!" He wrote an essay on Letter Writing vs.
Email! I think he's a romantic at heart!

Bonnie
Charlotte, NC