Wednesday, October 13, 2010

I'm a finalist!

I got a notification the other day, that I am a finalist in the Cloth, Paper, Scissors Mini Book Challenge. It's the first time I ever submitted anything to that particular magazine, so I am pretty excited! It's less than 4" wide x 5" tall, and all the pages were illustrated by me. I had so much fun developing my own fonts for this project.
Here is just a peek at the book I sent... Hopefully more later, they asked I send it in to them for publication consideration.

15 comments:

lyle baxter said...

good deal! love your wonderful birds!

Linda Manning Findley said...

Very cool Kari ... bet it's even better up close and personal .... Linda F

Kris said...

OH!!! This is fabulous! Love love love the birdie cover and your pages are wonderful.
Good luck.

julie Haymaker thompson said...

Oh you gotta win!!! The fonts are super. so perfect with the zentangle patterns in the birds!!

Judy Streger said...

How wonderful!!! I'm so happy for you.

Joanne Huffman said...

Well deserved congratulations! It looks like a delightful book.

kathy mc said...

Way to go girl friend. You deserve it. So proud of you.

Laura Anne said...

Love it!!! Some of your most interesting work. Love you!
Laura Anne

Adrienne Pilon ("A") said...

I don't know you but I just stumbled upon your blog and think that your book is beautiful.

Cloudy said...

how did you make the cover page of it :) its interesting mam!!

i initially thought it was thread.. but later it looks more like (plaster of paris/ m-sea/ craft clay) with fine cutting with blunt scales :) !!! over all that art is very beautiful :) will be glad id you shared how you did that :)

Cloudy said...

and congrats and your finalist results :) all the best :) !!!

Elaine Akers said...

Congrats on being published in CSP. Wonderful pages that you shared from your book.

Elaine Akers said...

Congrats on being published in CSP. Wonderful pages that you shared from your book.

Nancy B said...

Congrats on your fabulous bird book getting into CPS!

Anne Bagby said...

Congratulations! I love your book and your birds! What great rubber stamps they would make, either machine made or even better, hand cut.

I am now a follower! Can I put a link on my blog? Thanks for all your help. See you soon,