Janine from Switzerland sends this double MailArt. The one on the left is a mixed media collage with buttons, beads, paper, Asian letters. Looks great. Could be a tree or dancer, according to Janine. It looks to me as a scene from the 1930's... Seeing the MailArt piece on the right, I was reminded of the girl with the pearl earrings.
Great advice from Stimpdawg, USA. It's 'another Jen creation' on a blue watercolour background. Written and cut-out letters (all different font) and as extra a fine art bag tag.
Dean, France, made this piece without (!) his MailArt kit, sitting in a cafe in Paris. I am impressed as it are two postcards stuck together with lots of details and stamps on the back.
Making MailArt in a cafe is a very good idea ;)
This one looks like it is 3D with a flash! Sarah Churchill, United Kingdom, sent it to Amsterdam. Sarah presents her received MailArt in video's on YouTube which is very entertaining to watch. And I am so honoured because my zombie-monsters featured in some of them.
Claudia McGill, USA, uses paint in a creative way. The outcome is beautiful. Looks like she used brushes, stamps and whatever she found to make surprising patterns.
Thank you all!