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December 15, 2012


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I meant STITCHED!! Not Sticked! Ha ha and ho ho~
Adore that photo of the drops on the branches and the way the light reflects!!


Dear Roxanne,
I have sticked, bundled and wrapped up all my best Christmas wishes for you and the ones you care about the most. May today be fill with much beauty, wonder and magic.
Thank you for your gift of being YOU!


Donna Watson

my goodness you really have been making a lot of work.. bundled and bound are my favorites.
happy holidays and new year too.


Your photos are always so beautiful. I want to take pictures this well, and I tend to be in such a hurry! especially lately...

I like the bundle idea. I am hoping to work on that, because I have many bundle-friendly things!

Life is bittersweet. Thank you for being the sweet part.

Merry Christmas.
All the Best for 2013.
For us all.

Kim Henkel

Beautiful bundles and stitches and words Roxanne. I was hoping to have some time to bundle and stitch but have not. Enjoy time with your family over the Christmas season.

caterina giglio

I would so love to play along with you, especially since I stitch everything! but I am taking time off now until the new year... Sending you richest blessing, Roxanne, for the holiday and a happy New Year...x

Gaby Bee

Beautiful pictures and lovely words!
Thanks for your sweet comment on my mail art.

Wishing you and yours a fabulous holiday season and a prosperous New Year!

Gaby xo


A very,very beautiful post Roxanne,
I love your encaustics ,the bundles wow-everything captured so wonderfully with your camera-
The tragedy is still in me,making me so very sad,- and I can`t imagine how the ones whom lost a child or a loved one,-can ever go on living a "normal " life after that day!


Wonderful group of work.

Can imagine all the tied up packages with string and ribbon all the world over, all the wrapping and connecting going on this time of year. Strings of lights and wreaths and mantle greens wrapped and all the dreams...

Happy Holidays to you.


A beautiful...and moving...post Roxanne. I love the idea of seeing things from a different perspective and how the simplest of things can become so special when you do!


Beautiful. Everything is stunning. I will give this a whirl if I can find the time, it may have to wait until after the holidays.
Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog.

Judy Shreve

Beautiful work and images and lovely words. Wish we all could create a chain of wrapped arms to heal this broken world.

Kimberly Jones

I enjoyed this beautiful post very much. Your artwork is breathtaking! I've looked at your post over and over again awed by the sheer beauty of your words and images. I feel inspired to bundle my own bits and pieces together!


I saw "somewhere is the journey" on Tumblr a few days ago and couldn't reblog quick enough. Delicious wrapped, tied and bundled images in this post, Roxanne!

lyle baxter

beautiful bundles! thank you for sharing them with us! I havent even tied up my Christmas bundles yet! best get busy. hug your daughter first chance. and speak up to your senator about assualt weapons!


What a beautiful post... I love little groupings of things, little bundles. That was one of the promps I loved in our workshop, bundling and photographing bits and pieces. You look at things in a different way...see them differently somehow.

Wonderful new art work. I love 'Carrying the Light' ...

As always, a lovely gentle post.

Jacky xox


Exciting and powerful expressions in art and thought. I loved this, and will think about wrapping and tying, stitching and bundling.

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