I was just thinking that letterwriting results in using lots of paper.No trees should die cause I as a penfriend need more paper! Agree?
So how about using something that is considered “trash” for making new stationery? How could one do that?
Using old wall calendars – writing on the backside.
Oneside printed office paper & decorate it.
I’ll keep collecting ideas & showing pictures once I get round to something. Still time for letterwriting is too limited, I’m afraid …
I’m sorry, I haven’t been posting much nor writing letters – the reason is, I have been very busy workwise. I apologize.
Just wondering: No mail artists in Europe? They have to exist, I just don’t believe noone’s interested in artistic mail??? Come on, sign in!
Hehe, today I picked up 2 wonderful pieces of mail, I will get photos as soon as possible. Funny enough, this arrives in perfect timing, since I just finished some writing projects/tasks/whatever you call it – so it will be a pleasure to write letters and be creative with my hands, decorating!
So here are my pictures – sorry they are not the clearest, hope to do better in the future.
In just about a week, I have a few lovely new contacts via the post about good mail karma – keep it going!
I hope to be doing more letterwriting again now that I have accomplished some project in writing. 😉 I have seen sooo nice ideas of mail art, to not just write the letter, but make it a piece of art. Look in some of the blogs I have listed in the link section.
How do you write your letter?
Do you decorate?
Ink? Ballpoint? Type?
I was wondering about the karma of letterwriting … to give good mail to receive some? But this is not like buying bread for money. Still I hope I’ll get some good letters in return. 😉