"Thank you Mel, and thank you Kathy for posting this. And thank you for the wonderful poseables you've sent me. I made them into ornaments for my Christmas "tree" by the way. My Christmas tree marches to its own drummer."
I started sending out handmade postcards to friends of mine several years ago. Basically, they were a quick way to get something made when I couldn't come up with ideas for larger projects. Soon, they became an end in themselves. Now, it's something of a passion, whenever I have spare time.
Currently, I am unable to load pictures to IUOMA's website. I'm very sorry about that. I've enjoyed sharing all of the wonderful have sent me over the years. Please know, that I will send you something back, every time. It may take me a while, but I promise, I will always reply with more art.
I should add that I am very bad about add-and-pass activities. You should not send me anything like that. But I will send you something I've made.
See you in the post.
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A blue postcard came from you today, James. Thank you, and you say you make books too. Woohoo! I also can't load photos (or even see them on here anymore) otherwise I'd have posted a picture of it (and of the stuff I've been making).
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