Do you ever come across 'Silly stamps'?? (See what I've done with some of the ones i've found in the Silly tamp section of the Stamp Art bit of my www.val-herman-art.eu ) I've just soaked a load of stamps off envelopes and found a couple of really daft Thai stamps. tee hee!
It's a great bunch of folks and I hope that you enjoy exchanging Mail Art with us. I'm your Mentor, and if I can help to ease you into IUOMA in any way, then please don't hesitate to ask and I'll try to explain what's going on and how IUOMA works.
If you haven't already done so, I suggest you take a look at the 'New to IOUMA' page (4th from the left at the top of the IUOMA home page) where you'll find a 10-point Introductory Guide that should give you an insight as to what is going on.
Would you like to exchange some Mail Art with me? If so, send me something to 1 Rue de la Vieille Fontaine, F-11130 Sigean, France, and I PROMISE to send you something back.
And I totally agree with you that stamps deserve recycling. I've tried to play my part in this and call it Stamp Art. You might like to look at the Stamp Art section of my web-site, www;val-herman-art.eu
Dear Karhy, this is a friendly welcome to the network, from a friendly mail artist living in a friendly country. A good starting around here seems to be mail art exchange. I would like to be the other side on this very beginning. The envelope should read as follows:
Av. Paraná, 1489 apto. 1004
I look forward to see your piece arriving on the mail. I will send mine to you after receiving yours. It’s my promise. Patricio
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