I showed the envelopes I sent out back in February. In case you missed them, here's the group photo. I dodged the love/red theme and wished the recipients a happy new year of the ram in gold and blue.
Here are the incoming ones.
Aquarium style from Hester, and the first time receiving this year's Love stamps.
With dragon tea - first time I've received tea in the mail!
Marti saw my St Valentine's Day post where I blogged that I had never sent or received a Garden of Love stamp. So she parted with one on her envelope to me. Thanks!
I'm not 100% sure if this is an exchange envelope or not... I'll have to keep count. Karen matched the stamp to the envelope perfectly on this one.
Then another one from Marti showed up.
And another, with some cool dice stickers on the back! The blue colors of the flower on this stamp are stunning. The envelope was a tiny bit injured on one side.
Kathleen H sent this one. The red in the lettering is cool - and a bit bloody - but then when was love ever easy! And the paper additions below the address are very tactile. I'm enjoying the vintage stamps, too.
Amongst other fun stuff inside, Kathleen enclosed this card. Thanks - I enjoyed it all!
And I thought this was the final one, a stunner from Christy.
Then this one arrived from Marti.
With this inside.
And a note explaining that it has been damaged in a postal sorting machine and returned. At least the stamp made it! And quite a story for this envelope. Interesting that it would be returned, rather than delivered in one of their apology envelopes, as the address is largely intact, and should be able to be verified in the database.
Cathy O sent me this lovely envelope - I think it is a reply to my exchange envelope above rather than part of the swap, but it fits perfectly in this post. Make sure you click and enlarge it to see her clever use of hearts on the capitals.
Some outgoing stamps on a red envelope - just to show I don't always avoid it.
lots of fun envelopes! the collection continues to grow...at least I did not go all red and mushy with the valentine. it really was about matching the tea bag.ReplyDelete
Spoken like a true mail artist.Delete