Well, Faithful Followers - at last I have reached my 100th post so it's time to celebrate with a GIVE AWAY.... yeah!! As you will have noticed, I have also given my blog layout a face lift for the occasion. Haven't finished yet, still struggling with the tabs.
I have started making my bakers dozen  A4 collages for the 13th International Collage Exchange, organised by Dale Copeland in NZ. http://outofsight.co.nz/Dale/collage.htm If you'd like to join, get in touch will Dale - the more the merrier. It's a great way to network with international artists and to extend your own arts practice by trying new things. You may even sell some of them.
Here are the first 6 of my collages. One of these will be my 'give away gift'. You will need to post a comment in the comment box [no emails please], and tell me which one you like - they are labelled at the bottom of the image with 'Collage A' etc. If you are the winner, you will need to email me your address and I will send the A4 collage to you wherever you live. They are all mounted with a single matt on a mattboard backing.
If you know how to comment, ignore the following, but if you are not sure how to make a comment, this is the process-
You will need to go to my blogsite http://wabisabiart.blogspot.com/ [the emailed update is not sufficient].
Scroll down to the bottom of the post where you will see 'Posted by Noela Mills at [time and date]', and 'x number of comments'.
Click on 'X Comments' then scroll down to see the comments people have posted. Go the bottom of the list and you will find a blank white box.
Type your comment into the box.
Where it says 'comment as' - if you are on facebook you can go to 'Google account', if not you can go to 'anonymous' but please tell me your name when you post the comment.
Then click on the 'post comment' box.
You will now need to write in your email address, password and type a crazy word verification - this all helps to avoid spam.
Sometimes you will get a red message saying that passwords etc don't match up, but ignore this message and keep going to the end if you can. I find this part of the process a bit tedious, but it's worth it so that we can connect and nertwork with one another. I have made fabulous new blogging friends this way and found so many like minded artists.
So just to recap - post your comment and tell me which collage you like and include your name and an email link if you are not a blogger.
I will draw the winner next Sunday so you have a week to decide and to post.
GOOD LUCK, and thanks to you all for fabulous support and inspiration over the past 100 posts.