After sharing my process for making fabric postcards and also offering to trade, I’ve had demands to share the results. Hope you delight in seeing examples of what gotten here in the mail (and a pair other artistic cards) as high as I have!
Above, received from Lora in Texas, that created that she has a “zillion” postcards piled up and also was so satisfied to trade. She likewise noted that this is an image of her from elementary school in her Halloween outfit! It’s a wonderful example of ready textile items that can be made use of for message and photos.
Sherry in Florida mailed me this. The colors as well as materials with each other are so captivating.
This postcard is from Ray– I love the little swirl!
This remarkable postcard received from Peggy in Texas is fantastic suggestion to grin every day. She likewise emailed me after receiving mine: “Judy, what an enjoyable shock today get your beautiful postcard. Am so satisfied mine showed up to you also … your own offers me much motivation.
FYI, I’m the Subscription Chairman for the Fiber Artists of San Antonio as well as simply discovered that one of our participants, Carmen Goyette, made use of to regular your shop when she resided in your area.” Carmen was a member of JAMs as well as everyone still misses her– turns out it’s a little world!
Peggy proceeded: “I was informing our team concerning your postcard exchange and we might be doing that amongst our participants … we still can’t satisfy personally, but always fun to obtain mail. Before I found out about your exchange, I had actually simply sent by mail out concerning 75 postcards to my household. buddies, bead group buddies and others.” Great task, Peggy!
Suzanne Langsdorf, a favored local Creative Mind that we miss seeing, made a celebrity out of our WB174 Left Facing Scaled Fish Wood Block– plus I identify various other block prints in her embellished material collage postcard. While the other postcards included below arrived as-is through the mail, as shown below, Suzanne handmade the envelope for hers.
When I composed the initial article, I sent by mail postcards to my personnel and also the volunteers who have actually aided maintain us going during this pandemic. I was pleased to see Chris Vinh included my material postcard to her in her current message concerning beginning to stitch on her new Sashiko cloth.
While not mailed to me, Maureen Erhardt did post this remarkable instance to Facebook– she created that it was the outcome of “A black as well as white obstacle with my sisters.”
Maureen included a picture of the rear end of the postcard, which is pure art too!
Not a postcard, but because I’m counting other mail art below: this #ShareonSat to our Artistic Artifacts Creative Minds Facebook group was uploaded by Sharon McDonagh, who was stimulated by my blog: “This is a lovely mixed media collage card made for me by Jocelyn Corderot. I can vouch for what a day-brightener a homemade card can be!”
A homemade card by Diane Mularz, who uploaded it reacting to a recent #ShareonSat that asked for art work with birds after the terrific feedback we had with our fish motif.
So my offer is still excellent: send me a hand-crafted textile postcard and you’ll receive one in return: watch my Creative Clip for my obstacle for those thinking about trading!
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