Tuesday, May 1, 2012


When I was a kid all I knew about May Day is that it was a day to leave flowers on people's doors. My sister and I gathered flowers from the yard and put them in empty strawberry baskets, probably decorated with construction paper or pipe cleaner handles and left them on our neighbor's doors.

They looked nothing like this fancy one at the left from Martha Stewart. Every year when May Day passes I say I will do it next year and of course I don't. Maybe if all my friends lived in my neighborhood I would.

The last few days I haven't been able to think about flowers. I've been copying, collating, stapling and pasting postcards into 100 zines.

The majority of these are for the Independent Publishing Resource Center. They have a club called Zine of the Month Club.  Subscribers get a new zine every month from an IPRC member. Coming soon they will be featuring Paper Crush #4 as their zine of the month. Yay!

a random selection of postcards that are included in each zine
all ready to head off to the IPRC

Happy May!

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