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Jun 22, 2009

A PIECE OF ART THAT TELLS A STORY

ZJ is one of the nicest bloggers I've known. We don't communicate online that much but she is so thoughtful of sending memorable things to me. And I really appreciate her kindness.

I inspired to make her a paper-photo craft. She is staying in Cambodia with her husband so the art is an inspired temple-like.



Recently, I was surprised to receive some gifts from here- a sling bag, bandana, bills, coins and a letter. Thanks to you ZJ!

This post is in connection of this week's art challenge in MIXED MEDIA MONDAY- a piece of art that tells a story by Diane.

13 comments:

gladyspillbox said...

mm, kakapadpad ko lang sa page mo. HAHA. :D wla akong masabe. wla ka sa pinas. :D hehehe// nasa ibang lugar-ness ka. kakaiba pera niyo oh. hahaha.. :D

jeanny said...

Nasa Thailand ka? Uy pasalubong, hehehe!

Blue Rose said...

wow! daming moolah. galing ka ba thailand? asan ang pasalubong? hehehe. take your time redlan.

claire said...

wow... tripping... enjoy!

mixedmediamonday said...

Wow, that's lovely, Redlan! I am sure ZJ will be thrilled. Diane

indybev said...

Thank you for sharing both the story and the art! It's lovely.

nuts said...

ang sweet niya naman.. and the sling bag ha, i like it.. arbor na lang pwede.. ay bigay nga pala sa'yo.. how i wish me magbigay din sa kin ng ganyan. so thoughtful naman of her.

KRIS JASPER said...

Early Christmas presents?

Wow!

""rare*jonRez"" said...

i love the sling bag! super nice!

nga pala Red, thanks for the Father's Day greetings daw sabi ni Jonathan. Hope you had a great one as well!

and oh... i got something for you in this link:
http://www.mywrittenxpressions.com/2009/06/tag-and-award-in-one.html
hope you like it!

Nicola said...

What a lovely idea! Great work!

NenNen said...

aba aba magsend kaya ako ng sling bag at may inasal sa loob matutuwa ka kaya? Hmnnn.

Sreisaat said...

Uyyy, ari gali diri nimo gin-post? Wow, blushing da me ha! hahaha.

The paper money are Khmer riels, in 100 and 500 denomination (US$1-4,000riels) but the coins are Thai bahts. We don't use coins in Cambodia. The bag is also made in Cambodia but some of your readers didn't know that. Elephants are iconic symbols and are revered in Buddhist countries such as Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, Cambodia and many others. The bandanna naman is called a krama, it is a multi-purpose scarf -- pwedeng pang-bandanna, pang-tapis or pang-scarf o shawl. Back in 2000 when I was new in Cambodia, my colleagues and I used to bring krama whenever we go to the provinces kag we use it to cover ourselves when we go pee behind bushes... hahaha. There are few toilets in the countryside at that time. Imagine sa higad sang karsada kapangihi ko? Waaaaaahahaha.

Thanks for your feature!

Yvonne van Kersen said...

beautiful