Happy 2009!

As I mentioned in the newsletter I sent today, it is truly amazing that another year has started.  I have no idea what happened to 2008, but it simply flew by.  I'm hoping 2009 is a bit slower.  But, it won't be less creative. 
The newsletter program I use doesn't allow .pdf files.  I wanted to give everyone who comes here and reads my newsletters a thank you for your support over the past year.  I designed a cell phone case using one of my rubber stamps.CellPhoneCase
Download Pattiā€™s Cell Phone Case

Golly!  I love TypePad.  There's the file!  Isn't that the best?  Wish they had a eNewsletter division.

Anyway, I do hope you enjoy making the project.  You don't have to use my rubber stamps, or a rubber stamp.  You can do anything you want.  I just happen to like using rubber stamps.

Her crown is one I buy from ArtGirlz.  They are listed under Favorite Blogs and Websites. 

The instructions have a lot of color step photo's to make coloring her face easy, along with making the case. 

Hope you enjoy making it.  Send me pictures!

Thank you all for helping keep me in the creative mode.  Oh, and I can't wait to finish a fairy I'll be teaching in Florida next month.  I'm having fun making her clothing from scraps of organza, lace, angelina, tulle, etc.  I'll post a picture next week.

Also, I'll be at Piecemaker's Country Store in Costa Mesa, CA this Saturday signing my new book.  Hope to see some of you there!

2 Responses to “Happy 2009!”

  1. Susie McMahon says:

    Hi Patti!
    Sounds like you did a bit of whizzing around last year – hope you had SOME time to smell the roses!
    The new book looks great – haven’t clapped eyes on an actual copy yet, but no doubt I will soon.
    I’m going to be in your neck of the woods (meaning the whole USA) next year in April/May – I’d love to catch up if we are both near each other at the same time.
    Meantime, have a happy and creative 2009.

  2. Muriel Baker says:

    I have been a fan for many years and have been working from your books. I am new to the Web and hope this gets to you. I have used some dolls recently in an animated film, and had a wonderful time . If I ever find out how to send phots I will do.
    Muriel, Scotland

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