Tuesday, March 20, 2012

More Postcards in the mail

ihanna's postcard swap is such fun.  I've now received 7 postcards, and 3 left to watch the mailbox  for their arrival.  Here's a collage of the last six.
The one with the stamps is from ihanna herself in Sweden.  I felt honored to receive one of her postcards. Pink square card is from Elin in Sweden.  The little girl in the rain is from Fanie in Montreal and the heart from Sarah in the UK.  Diane sent the Eau De Avande in the lower left, she lives just across the river in Beaverton, Oregon.  The drawing upper left came all the way from Urska in Slovenija.  I'm sorry I can't link to Urska, I only have an email address for her.

What you don't see is all the cool stamps, the postmarks and the great notes on the back.  I love them all, they are each so different.   Each one is a map back to the artist.  Check out their websites, they are all a very diverse group of artist.

I not only receive 10 postcards but I sent postcards to 10 different artist.  That's 20 new friends to connect with.  I love it.

Thanks for visiting today.




lee said...

I also joined the swap and today Id received my first two. I love receiving art mail dont you

ingridp said...

Hi from Ingrid in Sweden. I got your card today and your is the 5th of the ten. Great doodles on great paper quality .
Please visit my blog:
I will publish your card there.
All the best

Janet said...

Getting art in the mail is great. Looks like you're keeping the mailman extra busy.

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Great fun, these are so fun and diverse. xox Corrine

Becca said...

I've never been in a postcard swap...sounds like fun!

Becolorful said...

Now that looks like a fun idea. Who doesn't like getting mail, especially artsy mail?

Thanks for stopping by BeColorful and leaving your words of encouragement. This decorating stuff isn't as easy as it looks is it?

Have a great weekend.

Cottage and Broome said...

I love to do mail art too. I have done year long project sending mail art for 365 days. If you'd like to exchange mail art please stop back by and send me an email with your address. Thanks for stopping by Laura

Barbara Shallue said...

They are all beautiful! What a fun way to make the world a smaller place!

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