Thursday, May 26, 2011

now, what to type?





having some fun today with photo transfers
:)

13 comments:

Sallyanne said...

That is so very, very cool! Wonderful way to title your work!

~*~Patty S said...

I'd Love to come sit a spell ...

your transfers are gorgeous and such nice memories of your fantastic Hawaii trip too!

Very Cool typewriter as well!
oxo

Halle said...

Ah sweet! A typewriter! I have a few folks looking out for one for me. I'm kicking myself at letting one go several years ago at a sale. I just couldn't figure out where I'd keep it.

sukipoet said...

wonderful transfers and love the addition of the type. i just ordered a book about doing transfers but whether it will help of not remains to be seen.

Renee Howell said...

wonderful! and your ribbon still has ink in it. My ribbon has no ink left, so no letters for me. Beautiful. bet you typed with a smile on your face!

ELK said...

a perfect match between art and words !!

Elizabeth said...

Oh, fantastic. I love that it has this specific purpose! Also, be on the look-out for something in the mail. I think I forgot to write a note!

Terri Kahrs said...

Your photos and the typewriter are "perfect together", Kimmie!!!! There's nothing quite like an old typewriter for adding character to a piece. And I love the feel and sound of them too. Happy weekend! Hugs, Terri xoxox

Teri said...

There's just nothing like the type of a typewriter, is there! My granddaughter wanted to know what it was the other day. I have my grandmother's two old Underwoods and Natalie had never seen a typewriter before I guess. In this day and age of computers, the typed word in almost obsolete. Nice to see you keeping it alive.

Deb Harvey said...

Beautiful!!!

Becca said...

I've been wanting a vintage typewriter, and so cool that you have one that works! I didn't realize you could still get ribbon for one. Your transfers & type look great!

rebecca said...

sweet!!!

looks like postcards from paradise to me!

Diana said...

Kimmie, I love what you are doing with the photo transfers... reminds me of beautiful old postcards from days gone by. You are so artistic!