They’re done–the final bunch:
I was getting really bored toward the end so I did a couple themed blocks for my enjoyment. Here’s a Winnie the Pooh block:
Symbolism from left to right is sky for the times Winnie has floated away with balloons; flowers for the bees to visit; bees for honey; fluff that Pooh sometimes gets in his ears when he hears something he doesn’t want to do anything about; and, of course Pooh.
This is dedicated to my bestest friend Sabrina:
Symbolism from left to right again: dots for old computer punch cards (we both started with computers in the 1970s); bees ‘cuz they can fly even tho it looks impossible–representing overcoming hardships; Pooh & Piglet, also bestest friends; tea pot representing the High Teas we’ve enjoyed; and a rainbow to represent the strong faith we share.
This represents North Dakota, where I live:
Any guesses as to the symbolism of this one (those are forks and spoons in the 4th strip)? Leave a comment below with your guesses. From the comments I will randomly pick a winner of a brand new, unopened Inklingo Shape (Template) #1 CD Collection. This is a HUGE collection of the following shapes/templates with 1 inch sides: hexagons (whole, halves & quarters), 60-degree diamonds, 60-degree triangles (whole & half), square, pentagon. Shapes with 2 inch sides: hexagons (whole, halves & quarters), square, elongated hexagons (whole, halves & quarters). Plus some 1 inch and 2 inch shapes with applique designs, PLUS star points!
This 2006 Collection is sold out. Inklingo is now downloadable PDFs that can be updated instead of hard copy CDs. Understand that the CD is ‘old’ technology and will eventually be outdated as there are always updates to software, such as Adobe, Operating Systems and printer drivers that can render it unusable.
The winner will be announced Friday evening after 5pm CST.
’til later, Jillian