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This fun little packet came in the mail earlier this week after I signed up at the Good Mail Day post ‘Call for Scribblers, Mail Artists and Pen Friends‘. I’ve been busy working on my return card and envelope to Christine from Edmond, WA, but haven’t finished it yet. I don’t have quite have the knack for mail art, but I do like trying new things and being creative and I have a TON of paper- old books and magazines, notebooks of various sizes and colors, maps, calendars, scraps, stationery, scrapbooking paper, recycled paper, advertisements, fliers, graph paper, used stamps, stickers and more.
Visit the Good Mail Day blog and read through the comments to see if there is someone you would like to send something to. Or leave your address with a list of what kind of what kinds of mail speaks to you. Make it a Good Mail Day!
this is so fun! i have been looking at your website but the one at the bottom of the paragraph deal-the one with other writers too! hahaha! i read your article on the woman who kept a journal on every book she read and loved that-in every book i read, i underline, write in the margins, on the top and bottom of the pages-etc. if i borrow a book i have to make sure there are no writing utensils to be found! i often go back and just read my notes and it's like i have somewhat read the book again! ok, sorry-this isn't just about your great mail you got! anyway-great work on BOTH your sites/blogs! marnie barrett from good mail day!