Posted on December 15, 2010 at 12:26am 0 Comments 0 Likes
I've seen, and heard about, mandalas, but never actually tried one. Douglas sent me a lovely green one. I especially like the pointy bits.
And a Piccadilly Post altered vintage museum postcard. Marguerite also did some…Continue
Posted on December 15, 2010 at 12:13am 0 Comments 0 Likes
I got wonderful mailart today (and a couple last week), from members of MailArt365. I've linked their blog posts on the scan. Thank you, Mim4Art, Lplate big…Continue
Posted on November 29, 2010 at 11:40pm 0 Comments 0 Likes
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Thank you very much for your mail art!!
And the Postmen created some food for thought to it by holding one / some words... What would containe less philosophy than the bottle?!?
Also posted here.
Such a beautiful surprise! And it seems that your mail art arrive completely, with nothing fallen off :-) Great rubber stamp print's message!
Thank you very much, PostMuse!
G'Day Bonnie - just dropping in to say 'Ta. muchly' for the lovely green card - you really were thinking of spring! Always enjoy seeing stitching.
Many thanks for this...in my mailbox, Bonnie! Good films?
Thank you for the lovely cards, they were in my mailbox when i returned from a weekend in Athens. What a great surprise! This "tree" like many.many Valentine hearts! xxx
Happy Birthday greetings from Greece!
XRONIA POLLA,girl! OPA!
Mail Art from the White House...wow! Thank you for the Red Room, and I am glad that Rila Monastery arrived. Also, did you ever get Delphi from Athens...I sent them back in June?? I shall post this at Postal History Boutique!
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