While rummaging in the closet for some filed papers, I rediscovered this amazing print John and I found at an antique fair over the summer. This is one of two that we bought and together, they were only $12.00!
Unfortunately, due to all of the other artwork adorning our walls, we can't display them quite yet. In due time, in due time!
After seeing this post by the Daily Heller about Notgeld in my email box, it reminded me that a few years ago, I was very happy to find a few for purchase. I didn't know what they really were, but that they had amazing graphic elements. I did some googling and learned about how they were printed (on various materials, including felt) for emergency funds. Here's a scan of one I own.
In spite of the nonstop rain, we had a really good time meeting some of the friendly and very crafty fellow vendors at the fair. Here's a few things I had to own: book purse from Paper Theory, as well as some good trades with Paper Parasol and Sheriff Peanut (in order of appearance).