Sometimes mail art provides real challenges, or puzzles to solve. It took me a while to put this one together, possibly because I got Card No. 2 before Card No. 1. Only today I realized, hang on, two cards from Texas, there may be a connection and now it makes all sense. 

Julie Block from Texas sent me a postcrossing postcard AND a mail art card and even some wishes for my upcoming birthday. I love how it all hangs together, the Texas map, the collage with what I presume to be a printing machine and especially the Texas Girl! Thank you so much, Julie! I have to admit that I stopped doing the postcrossing after joining IUOMA, I think that is more up my street. Now I have got to think of an appropriate postal response. 

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