Art Cards – Week 41 – Old-Fashioned to Modern

When I sat down on Sunday night to figure out what I did last week, and find ways to illustrate my week, I didn’t realize the contrasts that would show up between these two cards. Once I finished them, I sat back and noticed an old-fashioned activity next to modern technology.

I can now say that I’ve worked for the launch of a new product. It was a crazy weekend and will probably continue to be crazy busy! Lots of updates, lots of people, lots of hard work.

In the meantime, I’ve taken up letter-writing again to keep in touch with one of my closet friends and keep a couple long-distance friendships going.

It was fun to illustrate the contrasts between old-fashioned letter-writing and my favorite modern technology!

8 thoughts on “Art Cards – Week 41 – Old-Fashioned to Modern

  1. Good for you for writing letters! Not that I’m good about it at all, but I’d hate for letter writing to be a thing of the past. Of course, I’d never give up my cell phone:) Great cards again!

  2. These are two of my favorites, that’s for sure. This morning I heard on the radio that the average person gets a piece of personal mail only on average of once every seven months. that’s pathetic, don’t you think?

    P.S. Still waiting for my new phone. AT&T sold out.

  3. really liking the contrast in your cards..life seems to be full of contrasts for me at the moment
    Sandra

  4. Sorry it’s taken me so long… busy days lol. Hope you had a great trip. Such a contrast between the two cards – but I am so grateful for both forms of communication as they help us to stay in touch with each other πŸ™‚

    Have a great weekend xxxxxxx

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