stamped with love

3 Mar

Today, I’ve got a few more of my outgoing mail art packages that were stamped, sealed and send with love to pen pals last month. I received some lovely postcards and a few letters this week, so THANKS if you have written to me.  Here’s what I recently popped in a postbox:

sent with ♥ to Sumi Senthi:SUMIsent with ♥ to Jill Griffin:jillgsent with ♥ to Nicole Palmer:Nicole1sent with ♥ to Christine Tay:christinesent with ♥ to Alexis Ly:alexis2sent with ♥ to Jessica Mayne:JessMAyne2sent with ♥ to Katie Rhoodes:katierhoodes2

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3 Responses to “stamped with love”

  1. mamacormier 03/03/2013 at 08:30 #

    When I first looked at these I wondered how they could be mailed with so little information. Then I realized that you had blurred out the actual street names and postal codes. Duh!!!!!!!! Very Creative. I’d love to get a letter from you. Does the post office ever complain about the art work on the envelope?

    • naturesmyfriend 03/03/2013 at 08:54 #

      Thanks! No the post office doesn’t complain, in fact most of the postal woerkers LOVE my letters and etsy parcels. They spend time actually looking at the stamps, the drawings, etc rather than just dumping it in the bin like they do with most outgoing post. Feel free to e-mail me; my contact info is on the about page.

  2. Carol | @imsilverfeather 05/03/2013 at 22:26 #

    A few? You have been very busy with all that mail! They are all so lovely. I actually started working on some today and should have something off to you soon.
    Also, congrats of the Etsy OOAK honor! You so deserve it, sweetie.

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