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At 2:13am on May 22, 2024, Tomoe N said…

Hi 😃 Thank you for notifying me about your mail, I am glad you got it safe, and you like them all. The dead leave college base colors was just bunch of testing colors when I was painting, I am glad you like it. I like the paper flowers and I use for college or just for decoupage. 

- Tomoe 

At 4:51pm on May 21, 2024, Zorica Obradović said…

I'm sorry, next time it will be for the cat too..😊 I wish you all the best
At 10:27pm on April 13, 2024, Hanna Wright said…
Thank you so much! 😊❤️
At 8:31pm on April 12, 2024, Zorica Obradović said…

dear IUOMA friend

I just sent you a card made for you today...

I haven't done this deal with the envelope yet...

will be soon ..

all the best...

At 9:57pm on April 9, 2024, Zorica Obradović said…

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Thanks a lot...

I made you a card...

sending soon...

best regards

...

At 8:47pm on April 9, 2024, Zorica Obradović said…

At 8:47pm on April 9, 2024, Zorica Obradović said…
yes, that's how my day looks like...😀! it's very sweet.. and the color of the envelope...
At 1:37pm on April 9, 2024, Zorica Obradović said…

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mail arrived.. .
thank you ..
I'll post a little later...
At 11:03pm on April 2, 2024, M. Mouser DiGerlando said…

I can’t describe how excited I was when I got this wonderfully colorful hand made map envelope. It rattled and was puffy and so mysterious to the postmaster. It has a Roy Lichtenstein lemon fish art stamp, in addition to much real postage that really completed the look. Inside it was even more amazing than the outside! We got  a “Fish Island” post card and the sound was a giant round google eye! It has a tactile fish shaped map of the island. There is much glitter paper, with rhinestones, tissue paper puffs, and fish lips. The names of the island places are as follows: Bulge Eye Beach, North Lookout Light House, South Lookout Light House, Fliptail Forest, Scaley MT. Range, Fish Hook Bay. This is so FUN-ny. I asked for something Tactile and FUN, and this really is! Thanks so much to Melissa Wand for your FUNtastic Fish Island!

At 10:17pm on April 2, 2024, M. Mouser DiGerlando said…

Next amazing interpretation of the Tactile Art prompt is a series of five colorful squares that have the letters A, M, B, E, R, done in Churro wool from the American Southwest. The orange, red yellow, pink and blue striped background is made with India ink. It is done in the style of Paul Klee, and made by Friend to the Blind, Arielle. Thanks so much!

At 10:09pm on April 2, 2024, M. Mouser DiGerlando said…

M. Mouser’s return to Crackerjack Kid.

At 10:07pm on April 2, 2024, M. Mouser DiGerlando said…

Thank you to everyone who is sending me such cool returns!

I wish to first thank Crackerjack Kid for his wonderful classic Mail Art that will thrill another generation of kiddos here! His epic Queens tax is as amazing as we could imagine, with 14 pairs of earrings, 2 pendants, gold watch, some funny little dodads, a mini wingtip shoe, a tiny music box, a calculator to add it up, and his famous token. We Brailled a return and receipt. Thanks again Chuck

At 8:11pm on March 31, 2024, Vasa Radovanović said…

Thanx! I just received your mail art... I am sending you my mail art soon... Greetings!

At 3:05pm on March 28, 2024, Coco Muchmore said…

I loved the Dr Suess One Fish page with Braille that you sent! My daughter has a friend whose 4-year-old named Cal is just learning to use his Braille machine, so I sent it along to him, with a FLUXFISH with a glitter outline that he should be able to make out, too! --XO Coco

At 3:02pm on March 28, 2024, Coco Muchmore said…

You're so welcome! Thank you for letting me know it arrived! 

At 1:17pm on March 28, 2024, M. Mouser DiGerlando said…

This beautiful little picture has made by Coco with a geometric pattern that reminds me of a bike gear or cog set. It is colorfully colored in bright gel pens that makes is tactile to touch. It has a lovely note on the back that says “I TOOK MY GLASSES OFF TO DRAW THIS.❤️ COCO” that is such a creative idea! Also includes was a post card that is super tactile with two felt like rectangles, one gold,  the other mauve, that became more touchy with the folds to fit it in to the envelope. Thanks so much Coco!

At 12:56pm on March 28, 2024, M. Mouser DiGerlando said…

So….this one is from Cracker Jack Kid, and I am not sure what exactly they are but they are quite tactile. One is a rectangle 1.5x2.5 inch flat rubber with little houses on it and in the center is a circle with the words “The Vermont Country Store” and a building. The other is a triangle of some strange paper like material that has been perforated three vertices lines and one across the bottom. Very cool and tactile, thanks Chuck!

At 12:48pm on March 28, 2024, M. Mouser DiGerlando said…

This one from Portland Oregon had a longer note that explains exactly what is inside the envelope. “Dear Friend, Thank-you for the kind note and for thinking of me. Inside this post you will find lettuce seeds and two Meowjuana sticks that my feline palls, Lenora and Jane, do not prefer. I find them delightful to touch. With love Abbie” Thanks so much you three!

At 12:42pm on March 28, 2024, M. Mouser DiGerlando said…

We got more tiny envelopes in the Post!

This is a wonderful tactile object that is quite flat and discrete. It also came with a nice note, “Dear M. Mouser, I used to be into origami a long time ago. The only thing I ember how to make is a pig. Oink Oink!” The little white pig is perfect, thanks  Allen!

At 10:28pm on March 26, 2024, Sabela Baña said…

Mouser: Thanks by post. Sabela

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