Well, I’ve received some splendid mail art recently, some totally unexpected!
This gorgeous envelope is from Iryna in Belarus, I was pleased it contained two ATC cards 🙂
This lovely little book is from Jade who lives in the north of England.
This is from Leanne, another from the north of England!
I’m eager to reply to these lovely people! 🙂
I so enjoyed being part of the iHannah DIY Postcard swap and overwhelmed by the beautiful cards I received in return of mine! Here are all ten of them, it’s the first swap I’ve done with 100% return, thanks to all involved! 🙂
I’m looking forward to the next swap already!
NB: To all of my mail pals that are waiting for mail from me, please be patient, I haven’t forgotten you! Business has been good over the summer and I’ve been busy, but I would never forget any of you x x
I sent these mixed media postcards I’ve made out to a few people. I always keep all my scraps from prints I do. These were scrap sheets overlaid with spirograph and stenciling.
These two were for My Auntie Ann and my pen friend Catherine, here in the UK.
These were sent to Renee in USA and Stephanie in Canada.
I’m so busy doing so many lovely things including my mail 🙂
Lovely mail art.
I recently sent this out to Carroll in USA
and received this mail art postcard from Nancy also in USA.
I love this stuff, I must sent more 🙂
Some super send outs to show you this post.
These are Postcrossing cards to Marin in Netherlands and Eero in Finland,
and these are to Heather in Germany and Marion in USA.
These cards are to my regular pen friend and mail art pal Nancy in USA and to my friend Suzanne here in Norfolk.
I’m sending blessings with all these cards and hope there prompt a smile 🙂
Wow, some super creative mail this time.
A horse through the mail is always good! This was from my friend Suzanne, here in Norfolk.
This mail came from a new mail art pal, Carroll, in the US. What great mail, she didn’t know I love moose either.
When I turned the envelope over I had this gorgeous suprise!
Lucky me! 🙂
I’ve said this before, but I do like to try and find things that people say they like on their Postcrossing profile.
Often I remember photos that I’ve taken or my own art and turn them into postcards. Here are some that I’ve tried to match up with peoples likes.
Andrea in Germany likes to see cities and Emi in Japan wanted local views.
Max and Hannah in China like Architecture and Katerina is an artist, likes bright colours and flowers and so that one has gone off to Germany.
Miao and Mose in USA like architecture (I sent this again because it’s an impressive building) and Christine in Germany said she likes industrial harbours and big ships, so I remembered this photo I’d taken of these impressive bouys.
I hope they will be happy with my choices for them 🙂