Debra Mulnick's Blog (11)

Jackpot of fantastic mail

On returning from an extended holiday, I am sifting through a pile of wonderful stuff.  For me, it's easier to post individual images on the photo page, so watch for some cool stuff over the next week.  Thank you everyone for such creative postings!

Added by Debra Mulnick on November 3, 2019 at 2:49pm — 2 Comments

A huge thank you to Gerda Osteneck in Sasketchewan, Canada

This thick packet of delicacies arrived a few weeks ago.  It includes a sampling of handmade papers that Gerda created this summer - most of which include linen, rayon and other fabrics as well as more conventional fibers used to make “paper”.  

They are all so beautiful tho the one I love most is the front dark blue square made of rayon &…


Added by Debra Mulnick on September 16, 2019 at 6:35pm — No Comments

Incredibly complex collage by Charlotte Geister

This amazing collage has so many wonderful details.  First, the blue and yellow flower print (upper right corner) was made by Charlotte.  She juxtaposed the wonderful NY street scene, which has compelling iconic images/billboards with great colors.  The crown on top of the building is a very unique bit of multicolored fabric which Charlotte attached with some…


Added by Debra Mulnick on July 22, 2019 at 7:33pm — 3 Comments

Received from friend & Boise artist Pam

Another wild n crazy stitched…


Added by Debra Mulnick on June 27, 2019 at 6:52pm — No Comments

“Lost love Letter” from Adam Roussopoulos

Another very cool cool idea beautifully executed by Adam.  Thank you for this.  I love it

Added by Debra Mulnick on June 26, 2019 at 5:25pm — 3 Comments

I received an A&P Book!!!!

This little book is such a joy to hold in your hands.  The size and weight of it, the craftsmanship with which it was made and bound.  The choices of pages and paper, and the cover!  I love the franked (and unfranked x2) stamps, a used envelope that originated from ED Giecek.  I was surprised by how much I love this little book.  If anyone of you wants me to send it on to you next, please say so.  I will be sad to pass it along, but happy to share this amazing work of mail…


Added by Debra Mulnick on May 30, 2019 at 1:29am — No Comments

Thanks to Keith Chambers for this exotic and fantastical stamp sheet

This stamp sheet is so beautiful - the colors, the images, the design and layout.  The…


Added by Debra Mulnick on April 5, 2019 at 7:45pm — 1 Comment

Colorful Detailed Artiststamps from Crackerjack Kid & Call for Entries

These stamps are just amazing.  The colors are very compelling and the detail is superb.  A call for entries for the upcoming International Mail Art Exhibition at the NH Institute for Art called Errors, Fakes and Oddities.  Deadline for submission is Feb 15th.  Send mail to CrackerJack Kid - address below in upper L hand corner.…


Added by Debra Mulnick on January 22, 2019 at 4:56pm — 4 Comments

Carolyn Cline’s newest Papercutting

I received this fabulous postcard today.  Carolyn is beginning her 365 challenge, so you too, may be the lucky recipient of one of her masterpieces!

Added by Debra Mulnick on January 18, 2019 at 4:11am — 1 Comment

FANTASTIC Ticket stamp Sheets - Cascadia Artpost

Thank you Jack for this most incredible set of stamp sheets!  Some of you may not remember Jack posted a request months ago for “tickets”.  Apparently they came from all over the world, with which he created these fabulous detailed sheets.  The layout, design and color juxtapositions are masterful (as one would expect from such a master).  I absolutely am in love with…


Added by Debra Mulnick on July 15, 2018 at 5:48pm — 5 Comments

Choose a Steady Career

Added by Debra Mulnick on June 9, 2018 at 4:26pm — 1 Comment



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