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Thought cards

So I've been humming and haaing and running through ideas about these cards for ages... and spent ages chatting to Chantal from the Fringe Arts about them months ago (very patient, enthusiastic and always encouraging those two ladies). I finally made five different ones. Very simple printed on white card stock with a gloss finish and they are standard business card size.  The back is totally blank with my blog address really tiny at the bottom. So you can write a little note to whoever you give it to or just draw a flower or a noodle or whatever... Below is the collection - ta da - displayed with this rolled book. Because many of you ask me, 'but what do I do with my rolled book?', and I say, 'put stuff in it'. So here we go, now it's all nice and clear.

And each one individually photographed below with a suitable background.  Or at least to me.

 
 
 
These little creations are R8 each and are business card size. The rolled book is R90 (see 1st and 2nd images). They’re all available from The Fringe Arts at 99B Kloof Street, Cape Town.
Text and images: Keri Muller Keri describes herself as a paper artist, origami maker, collector, treasure hunter and maker of stuff. She has worked on various projects ranging from large-scale recycled paper installations, book artworks to quirky illustrations, a range of tea towels and a whole bunch of other brilliant creations. She also offers learning-to-fold origami classes to groups in the Mother City. For more information visit simpleintrigue.blogspot.com, follow her on Twitter @simpleintrigue or become a fan on Facebook.