Received from Philippe Charron

Once again Philippe has reused a flyer I sent him for my mail art calls. This time he used the "golden ratio".

Vintage ad ATC swap on swap-bot

The subject of this swap was an ATC picturing a vintage ad. I selected a vintage ad for LU (Lefebre Utile),the biscuits company.

And I received this very nice ATC from Donetta Farrington

MMSA Grid cards

The challenge was to create cards that use, in one way or another, a grid. Here are the two cards I sent.

And the one I got from Margaret Ward and Terrie Purkey

Catalogue : Visions of Bosch

I have received the catalogue of the project Visions of Bosch.

Here is the link to my participation.

Received from Jalynn Gonzales

Sea critters ATC (cont'd)

The ATC swap about sea and water critters continues on swap-bot. For this step the subjects were frogs and turtles.
Here are the ATC I sent

And the one I received from Sharon Mackie.

Alphabet ATC swap on swap-bot - letters I and J

The Alphabet ATC swap continues on swap-bot with the letters I and J.

For I I selected Iguana and for J I selected Jellyfish.

And here are the ATC I received from Shelley Langelaar.

Another Elephant ATC swap on swap-bot

I love elephants, so I'm always ready to participate to swaps of ATC pictuing elephants. Here is the ATC I sent.

And the very nice one I received from Joey Katzer

Sent to Eva Albiol

Received from Philippe Charron

Philippe sent me two lettres for my poppies mail art call. The first one reuses the "flyer" I sent him to announce my call.

MMSA Green and purple cards

Green and purple were the two colors that we hd to use on this swap from Mail Me Some Art. I sent this card.

And I received this one from Gina Visione.

Animal aplhabet postcards swap on swap-bot: Letter G

To continue the series of swaps on swap-bot about animal alphabet postcards, here is the letter G. I selected the giraffes, while Kristy Rogers selected the gulls.

Received from Dorian Ribas Marinho

Sent to Terry Lynn Stephens

Sent to "Lettres & Images"

The association "Lettres & Images" has a call about Labyrinths. Check the details on their dedicated blog :

Received from Philippe Charron

Received from Michèle Courtois

Michèle's blog is available at :

Mail a smile challenge #14 : Robots

Robots. This is the subject of challenge #15 of Mail A Smile project; Here is the cover I sent.

Received from Terri Lynn Stephens

A very nice foled card received from Terri.

Received from Karen Young

ATC swap on swap-bot with an old watch

I like the swaps on swap-bot when you get a picture that you need to use in the design of your creation. This time the image was an old fashion clock. I created this ATC.

And I got this one from Sandra Dowkes.

Selfportrait ATC swap

Here is an ATC I sent for a selfportrait ATC swap on swap-bot.

And here is the one I got from Jackie Server

New frog cover from Columbus, Ohio and Boston, Massachusetts

My frog cover collection is growing thanks to Phillip who sent me this one from Columbus, Ohio.

And thanks to Hester who sent me this one from Boston, Massachussetts.

It's raining men

I'm sure you remember the song from the weather sisters! This was the title of a swap on swap-bot. The swap was about postcards picturing men. The first postcard I created was very... in the spirit of the song... and then I realized it may not be soooo appropriate for a mail art swap with someone I did not know. So I made a second one. Here it is.

And the one I got in return from Caroll Davies.

Sent to Françoise Chambier (Zarou)

Here is an envelope made from a page of a magazine I found in a British Airways plane. As soon as I saw it i kne I had to use it for an envelope to Zarou. She has a call "bears" and a call "green" so this was perfect for her.

Sent to Kerosene

Kerosene blog is at :

MMSA: star cards swap

Another swap on Mail Me Some Art was for star cards. I did not really feel inspired by stars... So I decided to turn a bit around the subject and I created a card picturing starfishes.

And here is the very nice card I received from Joanne McCabe. I love the very subtile way the subject is treated.