A set of paper bags from Uwe Klein

Uwe sent me a set of three paper bags recently. First a baker bag.




Then, what I assume to be a pharmacy bag.




And then a fun postcard decorated with sugar paper bags !




Playing with mixed media (cont’d)

One more time, I wanted to play with some mixed media techniques to make an envelope for Carroll. The envelope is made from a paper bag that I painted using my gelli plate. I then used a Viva Las Vegas rubber stamp and I added some paper dolls from Tim Holtz. The quote if from the song “Your Funny Uncle” from the Pet Shop Boys.


Received from Connie Jean

A very colorful popcorn bag received from Connie.



Exchange with Vi-Gasco

A new contact sent me this wonderful envelope with the drawing of a frog. Beautiful. And I’m surprised by the postmark on the stamp that has a style I have never seen before.



In exchange I sent this envelope.


Digital mail art from Hester

Hester found a very original way to answer my Digital mail art call. She used papers printed with a computer to make envelopes (transforming them into mail art)!





Sent to Ursu

A collage on an envelope made from a paper bag sent to Ursu to answer one of his multiple contributions.



Bonus post: a mail art call from Philippe Charron

If you are a regular visitor of my blog you probably know the name of Philippe Charron, at least through the beautiful mail art he sent me over the last years (if you don't know him click on his name on the right part and you will see all the beauties he has sent me).

So for the first time, Philippe is launching a mail art call and I'm very happy to publish it to encourage you to participate. Here are the details:

Theme: Send me your sun, and you will receive mine.
Size and thechnics are free.
No deadline.
Send your contribution to :
Philippe Charron
5 Impasse de la pierrière
17220 Bourgneuf
France

Don't hesitate to spread the news so that Philippe receives lots of sunshine!