I sold this georgous card on Folksy today, some lucky person is going to get a precious bit of lovelyness. The heart is made from lots of tiny little stars cut out of 1920’s music manuscript. So the literal translation of the meaning of the card is ‘I love the music of the stars’. All together now ahhhhh.
If you have a computer at home that is on a lot you can donate it’s downtime to SETI@home which is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). All you need to do is run a free program that downloads and analyzes radio telescope data. Much more fun than the swirly screensavers and it could make you famous!
We are hoping to find alien lifeforms and become their leader, mwahhahahaha.
If you want to hear what the music of the stars really sounds like check this out, I could listen to it on a loop.
Time is running out. Teeth lengthen. Get them while you can. Last day for me to drag my sorry arse to the post office is the 12th February and I have to be there by noon or the horses will leave with the carriage.
This Steampunk anti Valentines day card features a composite picture anatomy drawings and diagrams of machinery.
The card is of the deepest darkest black and is 5 1/2 inch square. It comes with a jolly bright pink envelope to lighten the mood, or lull the recipient into a false sense of security.
The inside of the card has a paler pink heart to write on, or tear off, if you are in that sort of mood.