Sunday, December 15, 2013

Three new soulcollage cards

To stay in the spirit of the Aloha healing, I've treated myself to some relaxed soulcollaging.  It was a very pleasant experience. Especially since I made myself  a large mug of coffee,  took some biscuits with it and  lit the big candle on the table. I will post more tomorrow. This afternoon I am going to read some more in “Inferno” by Dan Brown



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  1. Those are wonderful! I can identify with the stories coming to life for the young girl, and I love the beams of light shining through the trees.

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    1. I first had found the girl and much later I struck on the Alice in Wonderland page. Those finds make my day :D

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  2. These are beautiful. I love the first one. Did the whole image come like that or is it a mixture? It's very good!

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    1. Yes it is a mixture of the reading girl and the picture of the tea party of Alice :)

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  3. Wow I love these so far!!! Enjoy "Inferno" too :) Oh by the way, I did the drawing today, and you won the free reading :) I assigned each person a number, and you were #2. I drew a card to determine the winner and it was the High Priestess! You can email me about it if you like: firstearthtarot@gmail.com

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    1. Yay I am the winner !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Beautiful cards - I am curious what type of card you used to make them with? I feel inspired to try something like this as well... Are they fairly small? I also love to create sacred space with a candle when doing this type of work ; )

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    1. Thank you.My "cards" are rather big: 15 cm x 21 cm. It is just plain hobby cardboard I've had on the attic for years. It is thicker than sketchbook paper but not as thick as cardboard for a shoe box.
      Yes a candle does add a very special vibe to this activity.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. These are really lovely, Ellen! In the giraffes, I see the love of a parent for a child, and how we try to educate them so that they can make their way in life :)

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    1. Thank you Kerry,:D
      That is the fun part of this collage thing: mix up three pictures and you get one that speaks clearly to you

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