checked my shelf for last week’s prints, and no. what? guess it was a quiet week and no one needed the space – still on the drying racks. cut them long ways for cards (yes that works too) and time for the words pick some metal for the circle and looking at the prints maybe a little more space needs filling some more wood and set up and the wood with the same(ish) ink as last week and the metal with the original green (Pablo Neruda wrote with green ink – he said it was the color of hope) wow on the yellow paper the two colors seem pretty unrelated not quite sure if it works but on the ivory yes I think it does so get enough for the current list of people to thank and plus some more since I’m printing but then at a certain point even though I have more printed sheets I’m kinda done with it, even the printing both at once on the same sheet that is which it turns out they do both fit so I listen to that. done. I can do something else with the other sheets.
TagsAdventure Series art AZ baking Bay Area beer books bread brevet California Missions candy chocolate Codex Cuba cycling dance David Lebovitz England family flowers food Grand Junction CO history Honolulu HI Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream Book ice cream Iceland Iota Press Japanese American language letterpress library live performances London mail Making Handmade Books Methow mixed terrain mountain biking museums music NaPoWriMo NBLA NY OR paper plants poetry Portland OR printmaking public art quotes randonneuring reading relationships Reykjavík Salt Lake City UT San Francisco CA sculpture SFCB SFR sports SRCC Tacoma WA taiko TBT travel trees Tucson AZ UT Virgo WA washroom signs writing WW II Confinement Sites