This little packet sat on the table for 24 hours - an eternity - staring and tempting at each pass by.
A friend suggested that it NEVER be opened, 'it is perfect as it is'. I reached for the scissors and carefully cut open the edge without stitching. Diane, it is no surprise you are the reigning queen of trashpo. Here is a peek into this marvel. thanks.…Continue
# 329 from Mim is a beautiful collage with vintage photos and not so vintage. Old and new side-by-side, through the haze of time.Thank you, Mim! We began making a-card-per-day back on December 1, 2010 and now we are on our way to completing 365 mail art cards by November 30.... 30 more to gooooo! …Continue
Added by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on November 1, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Let's set the pace with a bit of ouzo from the Greek Island Mytilene that arrived here via Santa Fe, New Mexico, from David Stafford. Just to cheer us up amidst all the "Greek turmoil" ( where? when?, whaaaat?) David with his great humor created a three-fold card that dances with fun:…Continue
John sends me - and others - the most wonderful things :-). I have NO idea why, but they just YELL at me to add to them - I'm sure some of you feel that? John is also a well known ZALOPIST. ZALOPISTS inhabit ZALOP City in the World of Emphatics.Continue
MMy first mail art from Samuel Montalvetti from Argentina arrived, it's a bag full of surprises!! I especially love his "etiquetas", and he send me the one I favorited a few days before - thank you, Samuel, I'm happy about it!
But I like also a lot of the other stuff: …Continue
Added by Svenja Wahl on November 1, 2011 at 10:26am — No Comments
Firstly, I wish to thank the people at the New Tombstone group for participating in the First Annual Hallowe'en Ball. The Ball was definitely a success. Secondly, some of you may remember when Superhero sent out Minotaur cards. He sent one to me, and I made a poem and piece of artwork in response. I asked him not to share them because an online magazine wished to publish them. If you are interested, you can read the poem and see the artwork here: …Continue