Wreck This Journal (by US Postal Mail!) Project Contribution from Exhibit D, aka Debra Mulnick!

Exhibit D (AKA Debra) from Boise, Idaho mailed in the first contributions for our "Wreck this Journal (By US Postal Mail!" mail art project!

Here is the back cover that she removed from her own copy of Wreck This Journal, which instructs the artist to tape their journal closed and mail it to themselves.  It contains spots for the to and from address and a helpful drawing of where to put your stamp when you do so.  I love that she incorporated this into her envelope!  She stamped it, typed our addresses and sewed it with red thread onto an envelope, which she then used to mail in a couple pages she removed from her Wreck This Journal.

The back of the envelope wore this beautiful blue ornament!

Here are two of the pages she removed from her Wreck This Journal.  One is the "Tear out & crumple" page, which she's added what looks like shiny gel pen to the letters "Crumple" on, then attached to the "Close this Journal, Write / Scribble Something On The Edges." page.  

This is the page that instructs the artist to put all their stickers from bought fruit on it.  I'm IMPRESSED, as I told Debra, she's collected a whole lot more stickers than I did in my solo Wreck This Journal, vibrant, colorful assortment, too!  

When our collaborative WTJ book is glued/sewn back together between the original covers, these pages will be included next to their "doubles" and the back cover will go in right in front of the original cover back. 

These are some really cool additions, thank you Debra!

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