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Episode 43: Have Index Card, Will Draw

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~ we get ready to head for the mountains and (maybe) snow
~ restaurant art and the beauty of index cards (a great shimmer robot which I did not let go as a birthday card, dino and dragon cards, and an inspiring view from the Twin Peaks lookout)
~ needlepoint (with a Mary Engelbreit theme) returns in the house, the importance of a “first fish,” and an unexpected meltdown
~ three new creative prompts: a look at your tools (see Ryan’s fab photo), a “get out there” prompt (with a stack of blank cards or separate papers), and “Home” – this week’s thematic prompt
~ a guest spot by SunnyNole from Florida, moderator of the Digi-Scrapping Moms group at Flickr
~ and more… Plus, as always, good podsafe music. (Length: 53 min)

(In looking up links for the show notes – I discovered that the needlepoint store I mention in this episode [in the same breath with FLAX and Dick Blick] may not carry Mary E items anymore [no doubt a licensing issue gone awry]. Part of me says, “ahhhh,” but another part says, Yahoo! This discovery means that when I need to replenish fiber, because I’m sure to run out of some color or other despite good advice and planning at the time of purchase, I can go back to the store and not be so susceptible to splurging! There’s always a window – you just have to find it!)
Featured Podsafe Music:
Intro Clip: Jim Fidler ~ All I Really Wanted [PMN]
Kelly Cavagnuolo ~ Rebecca’s Theme [PMN]
Jon Schmidt ~ Winter Wind [PMN]

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