Yes, mail art has started arriving for the Liberate Your Art Postcard Swap! It never fails to amaze me how quickly some of the postcards start to arrive. It’s almost like people have been waiting all year to send! It truly is a joy to get this kind of happy mail, and now I get to share it with you all, too.
The image above is from Hope in Michigan, and it’s a fitting introduction this year’s mail art, don’t you think?
Next up we have Lisa from Texas. Let’s definitely have coffee sometime Lisa!
One of our first international participants is Heidrun from Germany. I’m a sucker for stamps from other places, and what a great way to wrap up the postcards!
Here we have an amazing, colorful envelope by Imelda in California.
I always love getting an envelope from this lady! It’s Sherry, from Alaska. Isn’t it great what a little pen and marker can do for a white envelope?
This gorgeous blue envelope has heft and texture… can you feel it? This is from Val, although I’m not sure where she is from. She has a mailing address in Idaho and a business card from British Columbia…
Finally, we have Christine from here in Oregon. Hiya, neighbor! By the way, the owner of the UPS store felt so bad that his employee put a label on your envelope. He told me, “We don’t put labels on your envelopes, they are too pretty!” I think it still looks great.
Thank you all for the lovely envelopes! Whether or not you decorate your envelope, it’s great to see all of this art liberated. There is still time to join the swap if you haven’t already! The deadline is March 17. Sign up here.