Friday, August 28, 2009


Summer, originally uploaded by angryparsnip.

This card folds out to reveal a summer house complete with glass wind
chimes, watermelon, kitty, and morning glories.

Japanese cards are really gifts in themselves that can be saved to
enjoyed over and over again.
I change them out with the seasons.
Just wait till I post my collection of Christmas cards !

It's 104 very hot. . . parsnip.
Music. . . Trouble Sleeping. . . Corinne Bailey Rae


  1. That is incredible, I couldn't possibly ever throw anything like that away, as I do the cards we have here.

  2. Eryl. . . I save them and use them again and again every year !
    Your homeland makes/sends wonderful cards. That is why I come back from my trips there with a bag full of paper goods.

  3. Good job they collapse - much easier for storage and they are such a delight. I can never throw any of my husband's cards to me away and have drawers full.

  4. Wow this is amazing structure. I have to tell you but the Japanese paper art is stunning, I am always always impressed. BTW the cookies too always impress me, and the presentation packaging - I collect all the boxes, lol. Thanks for sharing, excellent post. Anna :)

  5. PI. . . Thank Goodness they collapse, or the cards would be taking over my house

    Anna. . .
    I love Japanese cookies and I save all boxes and paper wrappings. My son lives around the corner from a fantastic bakery and he always complains about the crowds especially at the holidays. . . I have had the cookies and they are Fabulous