I did some marbling with a friend and was inspired to make these mail art postcards. The marbling reminded me of a wall and so I made some graffitti-ish postcards with stenciling. I sent these to Nancy and Renee’ both live in USA.
I really liked them and so was inspired to make some art stamps to match! This mail art was sent to Iryna in Belarus. 🙂
I often forget to record my outgoing Postcrossing cards, when I write them, I want to quickly get them stamped and posted. So here’s some I sent recently.
To Antji in Germany and Susan in USA I sent a postcard with a photo I took on the beach this summer where lots of people were having a lovely time!
These were to Dasha in Belarus and Elena in Russia, both my own drawings 🙂
My first ever card sent to Bosnia & Herzegovina to Maria and to Klaus in England this card from one of our regional breweries as he likes things about beer.
It’s good to have time to share these with you 🙂
While doing the Liberate You Art postcard swap this year I agree to do some side swaps with some people in addition to the main swap and at last here they are!
Diane, Sarah, Sherry, Lisa, Vicky and Janice, they are on they’re way! 🙂
These postcards have just gone out to Charlotte and Deborah in USA
and Lui in Philippines and Louise in France.
Some of them side swaps from the Liberate Your Art event I took part in recently. Great fun as you end up meeting lots of new friends across the globe! 🙂
Here’s a few pieces of mail art I sent out recently.
A collaged postcard sent to Renee in USA,
a hand printed envelope and mini book for Melva in Spain
and a hand drawn envelope and ATC card for Marianne in Netherlands
Colourful mail for everyone! 🙂
I was inspired to make this mail art because of all the bad things happening around the world.
Sent to Nancy in USA, Iryna in Belarus, Jade here in England…
and Leanne here in England.
I enclosed an extra postcard and four stamps for them to also promote peace. 🙂
I’m getting back into sending out my mail now, I can’t believe how disruptive Christmas and new year are. I know, it’s the middle of February! 🙂
These are the postcrossing cards I’ve sent out recently:
The first two were for Dr De Vera in Philippines who uses the Postcrossing experience for a teaching aidfor his class, so the stamp was important too. The second was Anastaisia in Russia who likes cats.
This first card is to Hank in the USA who used to be a postman, so I sent him this early 20th Century postbox and the second one is for another cat liker Annukka from Finland.
This first one was for Johanna in Czech republic who likes handmade and Natalie from Germany who wanted local views.
Super mail for super people! 🙂