"Cher Pascal, merci beaucoup pour ton mail-art fantastique! merveilleux chat et dessin! Et j'aime le papier ! Au moment je suis très occupée parce qu'il y a des vacances en 6 semaines, mais je vais essayer de t'envoyer…"
"Hello Caroline, I am glad that you liked the card! I thought it could bring the spring of Europe perfectly to you and thanks to Debra the card has now been around the world! At the moment I think about making a new sketchbook for the summer…"
"Hi William, I got your fabulous collage with the sparkling red circles! Very nice composition! And on the other side I almost overlooked some small Totoros! I am a fan of the film and specially of the bus cat and Totoro, so thanks so much!
"Hi Moan Lisa, I would like to take part and to realise a series of collaborations, but I am no good with a computer and would like to do it by hand, collage drawing etc. Shall I send you something by postcard or how does it work? Best wishes…"
"Dear Caroline, Yesterday your really wonderful mail-art arrived! Such a fine mixture of shades of brown and the tea-bags are great! And how did you know that I am a passionate biker ( I have no car, but manage all with my bike) ? Did I write…"
"Hi Margarete, I am a fan and collector of all sort of papers! Collage is just my medium and I would love to exchange a collage conversation with you. I am also interested in exchanging experiences and perhaps material if you like! Iam writing from…"
Charlotte, thanks so much for your very nice comment AND mail art that arrived a few days ago. It's a fun, cheerful piece, and I enjoy your stitching too. (Alas, I am a bad stitcher.) Mail art from me will arrive to you soon ---
Yes Charlotte I received your beautiful spring collage by way of Caroline in NZ.
I should have written that it came last week. Like you, I've been busy. Will write when I send something to you soon. Cheers, Debra
Today I received an art mail from you. The note was written to Caroline - but the address on the envelope was to me. I think you may have intended this card - stitched pink & white flowers spring in Germany for Caroline Rees in NZ. CAn I forward it on to her for you? I have her address and would not mind doing that at all. Just wanted you to know where it went to. Debra. Your work is amazing!
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