Mail Art: Pocket Letter

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Hello!
I've always been drawn to postmarks, stamps, and postal elements of any kind. So, when Pocket Letters popped up on the scene recently, they really got my attention. I'm relatively new to this form of expression, but I'm enjoying it thoroughly.
I really enjoy being to create miniature pieces that express my varied interests. The individual cards are ATC sized and they fit into a baseball card protective sleeve sheet. These can be found at the dollar store. Yes, they are THAT cheap.  And when folded into thirds, they fit into a standard business sized envelope which is easy to mail. Cool mail? Yes! So much fun!
I'm sure you'll be seeing more of these in the future. It's another fun way to create with supplies.

Note: If you'd like to exchange mailart with me, contact me directly via email and I'll put you on my list. I'm VERY slow about getting mail out....but eventually, I'll get caught up. Or at least I'll have fun trying. :)

7 comments:

  1. I love postmark-related things, too! I love the assorted visuals going on the pocket book! Absolutely fab! I look forward to seeing more, Michelle!

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  2. Yes, mail-art is fun, love your little cards. Valerie

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  3. Love these little works of art! I want to try this!

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  4. Absolutely LOVEEEEEEEEEE these!!!!!!!

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  5. These do look like fun, I must give this a go.

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  6. Thanks for visiting Michelle - always nice to meet another Seinfeld fan!
    I love your blog and your beautiful artwork!
    I host two weekly parties - Inspire Me Monday and Friendship Friday - where I spotlight our creative community - would love for you to join us!

    Have a lovely weekend!

    Create With Joy
    http://create-with-joy.com

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  7. These pocket letters intrigue me! May have to create one for my daughter's birthday next weekend. Any tips? Found you through Susanne's blog!

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