Received from Deborah Davidson, Japan--Celebrating the Year of the Rabbit Etegami Style

Deborah's etegami is always a treat to receive. Etegami means picture letter in Japanese. It's a traditional yet informal, freestyle method of mail correspondence among friends that has been going on for ages--before mail art got labeled as a movement outta New York. The key element of etegami is that the image and message be sincere. Thanks for the New Year wishes, Debbie. Great card.

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Comment by Marie Wintzer on January 24, 2011 at 11:47pm
I agree, Debbie's cards are really a treat, it's the real thing. She is so talented...

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