I’ve received so many Mail Art postcards now that I have started turning them into books. This one contains 36 postcards that I can pick up and look at whenever I please. Better that being stashed away in a box 🙂
Letters and mail art and needed prayers have gone out to some lovely people in Belarus, France and here in England this time. My mail continues to encourage me, being able to connect with people when we are in complete lockdown. The mail that come in my letter box is definitely a blessing.
Ooooh, I enjoyed putting this happy mail together today 🙂
One is for someone who is isolating because of COVID and one is for a birthday across the pond. Sending happy mail helps keep me happy in these difficult times!
I’m giving myself variety by making round cornered postcards this year and looking out for some new images to share.
Two postcrossing cards off to Monika in Germany who likes unusual buildings and Demaris in USA who likes landscapes. Also a letter to my pen pal Natalie who lives in England.
I’m really looking forward to sharing mail with people across the world in 2021
I was pleasantly surprised this year that we had twelve handmade Christmas cards. I so love handmade cards and always appreciate the time that goes into making them. Look at this wonderful selection that arrived in our post box for Christmas 2020 🙂
My mail has been one of the things to keep me going this year, so thanks everybody for your great correspondence.
Here a a few super Christmas themed envelopes I’ve received. Joy in my mail box. I can’t wait to get into the rhythm of sending and receiving mail in 2021! 🙂
I’ve had this little Owl block for quite a while and was inspired this week to make some mail art with it. I made postcards, ATC’s and faux postage stamps. Sometimes I really struggle for inspiration for mail art, so I was glad to create this array of work.
These are all ready to go, one could be dropping through your mail box very soon 🙂
Thursday is generally my mail day, so here is my outgoing mail.
A letter to Hanna in Sweden
and mail art for Richard in France.
Also I usually send two postcrossings per week and these are to Laura in Germany and Penny in the US, both cards I designed for our Active Fakenham Group.