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Your book cover looks great. I love old cabinet cards. I was always told that the reason no one ever smiles is because they had to hold still for a very long time just to get one photo.

Janet is right--it took a long time to take a photo in those pre-flash days and if your smile faltered, the photo was blurry. Photos were expensive in those days, so you didn't take them often. I love what you've done with them--you certainly made the most of the shape and subject!

Great piece of altered art. I have a bunch of cabinet cards, altho it was years before I ever heard them called that. The older I get, the more willing I am to use the original of something, so I think I need to make one of these. Love the wired twigs, the black grommets, and the upholstery swatch. Very nice.

Beautiful! I also love all those ribbons at the spine.

Love your altered cabinet card! These are one of my favorites to work on.

Hi Melissa - I want you to have my new Blog address: http://mrockart.typepad.com/art-rocks

I had to get off of Blogger! xxoo

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