Received last week from the Netherlands a little bird sings in a very sweet blue world. Lovely envelope that just called out to be opened!
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(I don't think I have posted this as received but forgive me if it is a repeat, I am performing archeological work on my workspace). This card and ATC were so lovely I posted them on my board for a time.
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Mail from Lithuania got through. (Address change noted). Just a sampling of the goodness as I couldn't fit it all on camera (or on my messy table).
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A great haul of varied ATC's arrived in recent weeks. Thanks so much Mr. No Idea. My ATC book filled half a page with these beauties.
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A bonanza of Bonnie-ness arrived with a mini journal of information about Bonnie's practice.... who knew about the days of clowning and making suggestive X rated balloon hats for adults?
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I just bought and brought back to running condition this 1901-1905 vintage No. 27 Singer Treadle machine with the Sphinx decals in fair shape and look forward to using it in mixed media and fabric art creations.…Continue
A postcard of interesting random scraps from the art table of Robin Jeree. It's a bit like archaeology thinking about the projects that led to these bits and pieces.
Well I'll be darned, a translucent postcard! This beauty came in the mail last week with a note from Heide. Many thanks for this creative use of a piece of acrylic sheeting!
I received a breathtaking booklet No. 14 of 17 from The Introverted Post
A cool summer 'zine from Bonniediva and a vintage card highlighted this package. Bonnie, there's something in the mail to you now.
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Received last week a generous "get acquainted" pack from Cherub Ayers with background on her arts practice and family, a lovely bookmark and some charming tiny art.
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Received this week from Penny Reineke a great asemic card, a lighthouse card and a really cool doodled envelope!
Have to look out something special to send back.
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Last month I received a lovely and colourful sewn beauty from Ruth Giles. The universe is tempting me to unfold my sewing machine (if only I removed all the boxes of art supplies on top of it.) But this sort of project makes me want to sew things! Thank you so much, Ruth! …Continue
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Thank you so much Katerina. I LOVE Butterflys!
In other news, I am trying to turn over a new leaf today and catch up with my lagging documentation! I could try blaming my husband who keeps moving my piles but then 'tis I leaving things in piles ;-)…Continue
As part of catch-up I confess and seek absolution for the late reporting of the safe arrival of Bonnie's 'Zine No. 5 along with a just stunning ATC (love it, Bonnie!) an oval collaged card and a nice poem. In all, a generous fat package. I'm so out of synch that I don't know if I've sent something back so I'll put it on my "to send" list. Better send twice than not at all is my motto. I replace my phone last month and it has taken me awhile to get the new phone set up and before that my…Continue
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Altered photos in a fold-out Dada-esque format from Triboulet. This bum here is catching up on documenting some mail art received over the past few weeks as I have gotten behind again. I owe you mail, Triboulet (I think, my records are also shite) so I will get something out to you in my next mailing.…Continue
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