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    Daily Paper Prompt #19: Mail Art

    Create a piece of mail art and mail it to someone within 4 days. Make a postcard. Put it in a decorated envelope if you wish. Stamp it. Send it.

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    Nice idea! I've fallen behind with the DPP. Plus, I seem to be one of the few posting in the Flickr group. I guess I like the group "feel" of working on the project. The postings of people's work is scattered ... some people post on their blogs (I don't have a blog). Some are now posting on Facebook. I keep my FB (real name) separate from my Flickr.

    Thanks for your efforts Tammy. The ICAD & DPP certainly made me be creative this summer in a way I didn't expect to be.

    08.19.2012 | Unregistered CommenterSherry

    ^_^ I have fun with this one - and a friend gave me an old Norwegian stamp to use, too, as it went into my sketchbook instead of being sent

    08.20.2012 | Unregistered CommenterLeanne

    I kind of got sidetracked in some new pursuits last week, but it was great to make my DPPs each night BEfore sleep. They are getting to BE calming, too, which I wasn't too sure of at first since I am NOT always able to wind-down when I've let something wind me UP. Anyhow, I didn't post them on Flickr, though I may, but finally just carved out some time to post them in my blog. EnJOY!!

    08.20.2012 | Unregistered CommenterCurrie

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