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Wednesday, 16 November 2011

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Paul B

That's the wonderful aspect about creativity, is that it is ever evolving. Good to see you having a Eureka moment! I wonder where it'll take you and what goodies you'll make. :) Px

ifa

I haven't found Vincent amongst my things but I now have "starry, starry night, paint your palletes blue and grey..." in my head.

Jimjams

Beautiful ... whatever it is! Never heard of collographs!

Sian

What a lovely thought for Wednesday! I shall start looking out for a little creative surprise for today

Cheri

I suspect that just about anything found inside a book titled "Vincent" would have to be fabulous!

Marcie

It's amazing how our unconscious minds work...where we find what we'd thought we'd once lost and what inspires us! Looks like an exciting 'new direction'???

Linda

Interesting thought Alexa. I'll be looking for my Vincent moment too:)

Louise

....its nice when something you've completely forgotten about pops up!!

Amy

That looks very interesting Alexa, and, you have reminded me of a Vincent book that I have tucked away in a box somewhere ....

Ginger

That looks like a treasure Alexa, what a wonderful surprise for you :)

Amanda

What a lovely suprise it's beautiful.

Honore

Ah! Discoveries! Unexpected pleasures! Make the heart sing and the steps, a lot lighter. Always a good thing.
So glad you 'found' and especially, shared...doing so plants a seed for our own serendipitous moments.
Cheers~

Rosie

I do that too - like when I moved my craft mat and discovered stuff I'd put under them to keep flat!! These look awesome!

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