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!
I regularly go to our local collectors market which is held once a week here in Fakenham. Last week I found this vintage stamp.
It had loose letters spelling this.
I decided I wanted to make an anagram and use all the letters and spell something to do with my mail. I managed to use all but about four and came up with this! 🙂
These are two pieces of mail art I have received recently from Richard in France.
I look forward to receiving mail from Richard, I’m currently using an image of the top envelope as my wallpaper 🙂
I have so many mail exchanges to show you,I can’t believe how slow I’ve been!
This lovely mail is from my dear friend Susanne who lives in Germany. I have this lovely oversized postcard pinned up now but it’s so difficult to know which side I like the best!
She loves portraits and she did one of me and sent it through the mail 🙂
What super mail 🙂
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. 🙂
As a result of a mini ladybird obsession I’ve created these postcards and art stamps.
I love doing things with my own art! 🙂
This is some recent beautiful mail that arrived in my mail box.
This beautiful book, handmade by Nancy in USA,
A collaged postcard from Renee also in USA
and a super collection of self-reliant themed goodies (and a book) from lovely Leeanne here in the UK.
Lots of blessing in my mail box, only one of the reasons to send mail! 🙂