Sent in July (II)

Sent to Philippe Charron.


Sent to Eva for her VQR project.

Sent to the "Orange is a difficult color" project.


Sent to Karen Isaacson from the Mail Me Some Art project.


 Sent to Bree Ong who loves lighthouses.


Sent to Carlos Steward for his "Anything goes" project.


Sent to Kerosene.


Sent to Ana Austin.

Sent to the Chirous library.


Merry mushrooms swap on swap-bot

I participated to the Merry Mushrooms swap on swap-bot. Here is the cover I sent:


And the one I got (which was full of very nice things for me):



Mail me some art : orange cards swap

Here are the Orange cards I received from the swap organized in the scope of the Mail Me Some Art project.

From Corinne Gilman (http://www.sparkledaysstudio.com/)


From Chris Miser (http://parabolicmuse.blogspot.com)


My sendings are visible at:

http://mymailartworld.blogspot.fr/2013/06/orange-card-swap-on-mail-me-some-art.html

Received from Nadine Lenain


Nadine's blog is at : http://mamymail.over-blog.com/

Received from Françoise Chambier

Françoise's blog is at : http://artpostalrecus.blogspot.fr/


Catalog of the gothic art mail-art project

Here is the catalog of the gothic art mail-art project organized by the association Lettres & Images. See here the full project.


 And the page where my participation is displayed (top right corner).



Catalog of the Bamboo mail-art project

I just received the catalog of the Bamboo Mail Art project (closed now) organized by Sandra Simone Schmidt. See here the full project.


And here is the page where my participation is displayed (right left corner).


And here is the envelop used by Sandra. I love the rubber stamps. 



Sent in July (1)


Sent to the "Pink and BLue" project.


Sent to the Mail a smile project for the Challeng #6 (Your favorite Childbook).


My participation to the "Pink and Orange" swap on Swap bot.


Sent to Fred Hémery for her call on dragonflies.


Sent to Marie Noëlle Janssoone.


Sent to Isabelle Obriot for her call on owls.


Received from Nicole Eippers

Nicole's blog is at : http://piggyonemailart.blogspot.fr/


Received from Micu

Micu from the "Mail a smile" project sent me this nice contribution.



Received from Fred Hémery



Received from Philippe Charron


Origami frog received from Stephane Le Pessot

A fantastic Origami frog received from Stephane



Transparent envelops challenge

I participated to a challenge on swap-bot whose purpose was to send a transparent envelop. The first challenge was to find which material to use. I decided to use a slide sheet that was quite easy to fold into an envelop. Then the second challlenge was to choose what to put inside. By definition, the content would be visible to all so it had to be colorful. I decided to transform my envelop into an aquarium! I inserted a blue plastic sheet inside and put some fishes on it. Here is the result.


And here is the envelop I received in return.