Here’s a few pieces of mail art I sent out recently.
I love my mail art and I love postcrossing, it’s great meeting new people and learning about where they live.
Some of my latest cards I’ve received are From:
I hope all you lovely mail peeps had a fabulous Christmas/holiday season. Here is some of the creative mail that arrived in my mail box.
Thanks to all you creative people out there. I look forward to exchanging mail and sharing my mail adventures with you in 2016. Happy New Year 🙂
Here are the latest Postcrossing cards I’ve sent out. These first two are off to Anastasija in Latvia, who was interested in medieval architecture and I thought this might interest her and Minjia in Taiwan wanted something from where I live.
These are two sent to Elisa in Germany and Lisa in the Netherlands. I couldn’t resist sending them this picture of a field near where I live, just after it had been harvested.
These last two are for Lynn in USA who likes fun cards and Timo in Finland, who like many, wanted to see where I live.
Happy Postcrossing everyone! 🙂
I have had these lovely Postcrossing cards arrive from across the globe this week. The arts and crafts style card is from Alex in Germany and this very psychedelic one from Paula in Poland. This second one shimmers in the light as you move it around.
The cartoon postcard is from Annabelle in France and Sally in Hong Kong sent me this card that is an amazing reproduction of fabric.
A more traditional style card from Yumiko in Japan and here’s a tourist type card from Marianne in the Netherlands
It is amazing the different types of cards that arrive through my mail box, love it! 🙂
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 🙂
Here are some beautiful pieces of mail which are super blue!
This lovely mail art envelope from Caroline from here in the UK, with super creative contents,
some sky blue Postcrossing cards from Boris in Germany, Astrid in the Netherlands and Victoria in Russia