I also did some cards that tended towards the spiritual, which I really fell in love with. I decided to post those here on my theology blog, since this posting is already quite long.
If I had to choose one card in this post that's my favorite, it would be the one below, with this reminder: "Treat yourself well. Every day."
I couldn't get a non-blurry shot of the card below.
The card below also has an important message for me. Readers of this blog may have picked up on my tendency to fret a lot, often about events that don't come to pass, while other events blindside me and leave me gobsmacked. I continue to need to remember to relax.
The images in the card below should be obvious. I love the bottle tree in the middle of the card.
Replenishment! It's what we all need.
I found myself collecting images of snow and glaciers and ice. What can it mean? Snow envy?
You are probably discerning some themes here.
In the card below, I love the typewriter keys. I love the glass star. I love the idea of an asylum for my soul.
I began on Friday night with the idea that I'd make poetry inspiration cards. Below is the "Diving Into the Wreck" card. My spouse has lots of SCUBA magazines. I could make these kind of inspiration cards from now to doomsday--but would they start to look the same after awhile?