In a recent blog Rebecca leaned toward denigrating what she'd sent me lately. Gorgeous trashpo that knocked my sox off. I mean, look at it. The wallet was originally a chocolate treat wrapper (fairtrade). Now, who would know? I'm using it for current special tiny scraps in the studio that need to LIVE somewhere so they can be found again before 2027, but will definitely take it as personal decor to a cocktail party if I ever go to one again.

The first piece above is "crumpled altered trash" (Natural Trust 2/3). Rebecca is really showing us the poetry in trashpo, let's face it, and it's wonderful. Thank you again, Rebecca! How do you do it? 

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Comment by De Villo Sloan on January 29, 2015 at 10:58pm

Wow, I don't remember "liking" this, but I see why I did. Great work, IMHO.

Comment by Nancy Bell Scott on January 29, 2015 at 10:28pm

You're more than welcome, Rebecca, and I'm sorry you didn't see this at the time. Personal notifications took a nosedive last year from my corner, and it has become impossible to keep up with blog reading, I know.

On another note, the Spirit of the Forest pieces I did for you both happened within about 3 hours. That is unheard-of! And they were sent off with a great feeling of completion. Now I try to build on the experience, and so far the path sits tauntingly silent, wouldn't you know. But the inspiration will resurface, since you made it happen once. :--}  Many thanks to you ...

Comment by Rebecca Guyver on January 21, 2015 at 1:37pm

Never saw this before, Nancy.  Thank you for such an enthusiastic blog!XX

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