I recently did a painting using triangles and that has spring boarded over to my mail art 🙂
This postcard is to Susanne in Germany
and this is to Nancy in USA.
This mail is to Iryna in Belarus. You can see my painting here as I’ve made an art stamp with it!
Happy Mail 🙂
Here are some lovely postcrossing cards that have landed in my mail box recently.
Great to receive a card from Gozde in Turkey as not many cards arrive from there, and Birgit and Bianca in Germany.
These too from John in USA and Vitaly in Russia (that food looks yummy!)
These last two are from Nikki in USA and Cecilia in Italy. Doesn’t that card make you want to visit Italy?!
Here’s another thing I got through the post for Christmas, from my friend Susanne in Germany. This beautifully decorated story box with Christmas goodies inside.
The story was written on the outside and as I opened the box it continued on the inside.
What a charming thing to receive by mail, hard to photograph, but I did my best 🙂 Thanks Susanne!
Here are some cards I received from my lovely Mailmaker friends from far and wide. Some handmade and some carefully chosen 🙂 Thanks Susanne, Iryna, Antoni, Josephene, Nelleke, Yuka and Deborah 🙂
In my mail box this week 🙂
A lovely holiday postcard from my mail friend Antoni, thanks Antoni for this lovely card, the Guggenheim is a fabulous building!
Postcrossing cards from Dasha in Belarus and Tugce in Turkey,
Moni in Germany and Igor in Russia.
I especially love the stamps from Russia!
These are some textile cards I sent out recently, I made them using stitching and stamping on painted fabric.
I sent out two to Postcrossers, Jamie in USA and Richarda in Germany, both said they enjoyed recieving handmade cards.
I sent another to a penfriend in Netherlands
and included one in an art swap to my friend Nancy in America.
They all seem to have gone down quite well, so I think I’m going to make some more! 🙂
Here are some lovely postcrossing cards that have come in recently.
Lots of lovely pattern from Eva in Germany and Carlos in Spain
A good railway card from Morgan in USA and a hint towards Van Gogh from Herman in Germany
Happy Mail day to you! 🙂