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Working on some mail art

Mail art is just that..its snail mail that you decorate, create, adorn, design..and it goes in the mail to a lucky recipient…Inside you can add goodies…like more art or papers, tidbits, stencils, stickers, cards, tapes, stamps, glitter..the list is endless….and it is so much fun…giving what you make…and getting from others…it is such a fun and creative way to express yourself and inspire others too..here are a few of my mail art pieces..

 

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6 Responses to Working on some mail art

  1. Yay!! it all looks so yummy~ I love to make mail art and I love to receive it. The recipients will be thrilled.
    ~Dawn

  2. Lovely! I feel really inspired after seeing this. Thanks for sharing :)

  3. These are beautiful Robin. The message of “stop trying to fit-in…” is one that I think I needed to hear today. Thanks for sharing your wonderful art!

  4. Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wanted to say that I’ve
    really enjoyed browsing your blog posts. After all I
    will be subscribing to your rss feed and I hope you write again soon!

  5. So beautiful! You are truly an artist. I just copy others. But it still brings a smile when the person opens their mail.
    I use stamps but trying to branch out some.I love all the color and movement in this.

  6. Your books and artwork are beautiful! If you like to mail art, you might want to look into Mail Me Art. Someone in the UK started it. Artists all over the world draw or paint something on an envelope or box and mail it to the UK address. When the art is collected, it is put into a book every year. I don’t know if ALL the work is put into the book, but you might want to give it a whirl.

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