We're not sure what that thing is that I've been using as a paper weight, but given how incredibly solid and heavy it is, we're calling it kryptonite. Truly, not even Superman could destroy this.
The rusting is centered on every 3rd or 4th spread so that the empty pages may be filled later on.
The tea bags, above is my favorite, are gorgeous and ideas for their use are flitting around my creative mind...whispering among themselves to see which they think is best.
Wondering just why this post is titled 400? Well....yesterday's post about the 4th annual artist retreat was my 400th blog post. Can you believe it? That makes this one number 401. And that calls for a celebratory give away, don't you think? I do. Now...can you guess what the prize is? Yes! My rust tea book from this week.
I must warn you that this will be a quick give away. It is Wednesday morning here in Oz as this post is composed. If you'd care to throw your name in the hat, so to speak, please leave a comment on this post or on the link to this post on my Facebook artist page by 7 pm US Central Time (that's one hour earlier than New York City time if that helps) on Friday, May 31. Pam will do the honors of drawing the winning name. I'll take the book back home and dress it up a bit, maybe even include a surprise or two before sending it off to the winner.
Many thanks to you, dear readers, for finding and following my little, mostly rusty, blog! You make it enjoyable, offer friendship and connect me to the whole wide whirled. For that, I give thanks.