Tetra Brik

Sent by Heleen (the Netherlands).
Yogurt packaging turned into a postcard.

Incoming Brain Cell

Sent by Ryosuke Cohen (Japan).
Issues 814 (left) and 815 (right) of Brain Cell Project. On nº 815 you can see my contribution.
Also published here (814).


Sent by Laura (the UK).
Handmade postcard, painted with Stabilo felt tip-pens.

Snoopy's Friends Have Got Mail

Received from Heleen (the Netherlands).
More alternative stamps with Snoopy's friends.

Rainbow Letter

Received from Laura (the United Kingdom).

St. Martin in the Fields

Two postcards sent by Laura (the UK). 
They show St. Martin in the Fields (London). Inside and outside.

The Money Is Watching You

Sent to Samuel Montalvetti (Argentina).
Collage. Add and return.
Also published here

Scholar Collages

Sent by Laura (the UK).
Collages made of press cuttings.

Bridges of Murcia

Sent by Heleen (Spain).
It's the same view (Pasarela Manterola, Murcia, Spain) in daylight and at night.

Recipes on Postcards

Sent by Maarit (Finland).
Recipe of Uuniomenat or Baked apples (written in Finnish).

Sent by Heleen (the Netherlands).
Recipe of Boerenkool (kale) with sausages (written in Dutch).

Sent by Linda (France).
Recipe of fish soup (written in French).

Sent by Jan (the USA).
Recipe of Texas Chili (written in English).

Little Hood

Letters sent to Laura (the UK) and Eva (Germany).
I printed this stationery set from the nice blog My Penpalling Story and then I coloured it with colour pencils.

La consulta del Dr.

Sent to the mail art call "Your Doctor in Mail Art" (the Netherlands). This is my third submission (1, 2).
Altered postcard (in fact, only the back was altered).
Also published here.

Mail Myself to You

Mail Myself to You
Peter Seeger

I'm gonna wrap myself in paper
I'm gonna daub myself with glue
Stick some stamps on the top of my head
I'm gonna mail myself to you

I'm gonna tie me in a little red string
I'm gonna tie blue ribbons too
Climb up into my mail box
I'm gonna mail myself to you

When you find me in your mail box
Cut the string and let me out
Wash the glue off of my fingers
Stick some bubble gum in my mouth

Take me out of my wrapping paper
Wash the stamps off of my head
Pour me full of some ice cream soda
Tuck me into a nice warm bed


Received from Claudia (Germany).
Altered thank you postcard for my contribution to her project  Schickt mir Euer Geweih (Send me your horns).