Another set of contributions

A nice paper bag that traveled without issues despite the handles. It was sent by Pascale Championnet. I love the “cocotte en papier” (I don’t know how this “paper hen” is called in English). It reminded me my childhood when I was a big fan of Origami and when I tried to fold the “smallest paper hen of the world”. I think the smallest I did was using a 5x5 mm square.

A colorful envelope sent from Greece by Maria Chorianopoulou

And a nice envelope sent by Vesna Majer from Croatia.

Exchange with Jocelyne Depierre

Jocelyne sent me this nice collage made on a paper bag envelope.

My answer is also a collage, made on a simple red paper gift bag.

Exchange with Diane Bertrand

A charming contribution coming from Diane in Canada.
And the envelope she used to send it.

My answer was made from a disposal bag from Air Canada.

More paper bags

I’m very late blogging some of the contributions that I received. So in order to catch up a bit, I have decided to group some of them in the same post. Otherwise if I share only one contribution per post as I have done before, it will take ages before I share everything with you.
First here is an envelope sent by Troy Brooks. A very nice grocery bag from Whole Foods Market. I really like  the Harvey Milk stamps and the rainbowish earth stamp.

Then a sending from Deborah Dutton, using a Trader Joe’s bag.

And a large envelope send from Australia by Robyn Banks with a super hero theme that I love. Sorry for the scan but the envelop was so big that I could not scan it completely.

Found poetry for Phillip Lerche

Few weeks ago, I shared with you the invitation that Phillip sent me to participate to his found poetry challenge. Time has come to share with you the result. Here is the card I sent.

And here is the envelope I made to send it.

Both are made using the digital kit “Academic” from Jen Maddocks Design.

A bunch of contributions from the “confraria de arte postal Selus”

I received this large envelope from Brazil.

It is coming from the “confraria de arte postal Selus”, which seems to be a group of mail artists. The envelope was filled with eight (yes eight! ) very nice contributions to my paper bag mail art call.

First this envelop from Solange Keller.

Then three envelopes from Heloisa Sonaglio

One envelope from Joel Silva

One envelope from Lavinia Thys

And two envelopes from Maria Luiza Cangeri.

Luggage shaped item from Christiane Hurel

Christiane has spent one month in Sydney and she sent me this very cool contribution from there!