Right before the end of this year I have sent this envelope to Christophe who has a mail art call about "teeth". My envelope reuses an old ad for a tooth paste designed by Norman Rockwell.
I'm already starting to receive the envelopes for the December swap so it is time to share with you what I received for the November one. They are all fantastic. One is missing, I will add it here when it arrives.
The first one is from Carrol Cramer.
The next one is from Elizabeth O.
The next one from Florence Vogel.
And the last one from Jean Wilson.
Other envelopes made using a digital kit from the Urban series from Jen Maddocks Design.
The first one sent to David, and a postcard I made using the same kit.
The second one sent to Marco, with another postcard.
Another funny piece sent by my friend Philippe Charron. In France we call the never ending deficit of the social security, the "hole". Phillippe took the opportunity of this stamp issued to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the social security to send me a "hole". The card has an actual hole !
If you are into rubber stamps, you know for sure the cute crazy birds from Tim Holtz. I'm in love with them so I had to use some of them on a mail. I used them on a mail to my friend Marco. I also decorated the letter with another one.
As usual, I stamped the birds on a paper, I scanned the image and then I colored them digitally.
I recently received several mails from Honi including a nice card to show her support for people in Paris. Here they are. Thank you Honi.
The scan does not allow you to feel the magic texture of this card. Believe me, it is magic!
I mentioned it in my post uesterday, November swap is already on going so here are my envelopes. I selected a WInter theme for these envelopes. They are all made using the digital kit Step Into Winter from Jen Maddocks Design.