After yesterday’s triumph with ‘Tumble’ {and thank you all so so much for your kind words about it, they are much appreciated and I’m so glad it’s giving people pleasure} I had a tiny brainwave.

I so enjoyed the process of making Tumble that I sat down last night and did another one, on paper. It’s a very therapeutic way to create; I make no plans and put colour where it wants to go. That’s it.

And because I needed a birthday card for a friend, I cut up the painting into small pieces and made a whole bunch of cards, each one a tiny piece of an original painting.

They are so pretty! Each one looks like a miniature abstract landscape. And now I have a bunch of cards ready for impending birthdays, and celebrations of all kinds.

I am much pleased by my own genius.

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