This was an envelope experiment I sent to Denise in Canada. I bought a pack of cute plastic candy bags in the sole purpose of sending mail in them, and Denise was my first victim :) If you also want to see the other side of the bag you can check it out here.
Here is another letter I have sent to Denise. This stamp series depicts art in Swedish churches through 1000 years, which I of course like since I’m a fan of church buildings!
Last but not least, a letter to my friend Katrin in Germany. It’s all red and polka dotty on the outside, but all dark and Halloweeny on the inside. I hope she enjoys :)
I have slow with writing lately, but I have received some beautiful envelopes with letters that I’d like to show you:
This is from my friend Denise in Canada. A happy turtle delivered an envelope full of gorgeous stamps! I’m especially in love with the maps and the locomotive <3
Katrin in Germany sent me this pretty envelope with more beautiful stamps! Katrin’s letters always make me super happy :)
And here is an envelope that unfortunately was opened when I received it, but I don’t think anything had fallen out of it. This is from Katy in the UK. She did not just write me a very interesting letter, but also spoiled me with a Stonehenge Transfer Pack! It’s awesome! xD
“Create your own Neolithic building scene. Travel back in time to the Neolithic period and help build Stonehenge.”
I have finally have time + energy to write a couple of letters! :D This semester has been really busy so far, and it seems like it’s going to continue that way. Please allow me some time to get back to you.
This is a little letter going out to Becka in the US. The stamp is the latest design of Swedish postage for international mail. I don’t know if I like the chair theme or not, but I will try them out and investigate my emotional spectrum as I do so. ;)
Here’s some mail to Erica in Finland! I butchered a 1800’s guide book for Paris to decorate envelopes with. There are some stunning illustrations in it :D (Sofie the Book Butcher.)
When I don’t have much time to reply to letters, but want to send something random and quick, Denise in Canada is my go-to penpal. Here are two envelopes that have gone her way lately :)
Although I have been very busy lately with my studies, I have managed to send some mail out. Here is a postcard I covered in penguins and sent to my dear friend Katrin in Germany.
This is for Denise in Canada. The stars were supposed to glow in the dark, but I don’t think they did much when I tried them. Maybe they’ll charge with magical glow energy on their way across the Atlantic :)
And this is a letter on its way to Kara in the UK.