Thursday, 30 June 2011

What's inside the mail art?

When I sent out my mail art envelopes.....as part of Ginger's mail art exchange......I wanted to pop something inside them.....and I hoped the recipient would find it useful.......to keep photos in......or CDs of photos......or memory cards.....or something entirely different [Rinda decided to use it for keeping addresses of blog friends in].




They look just like cards..........but have tabs inside for storage......I'm enjoying making these....and still have a few more to go!! 
Many thanks for all the birthday wishes yesterday........I had a lovely day. 

12 comments:

Sandra said...

These are such a great idea. I'm glad you enjoyed your day

SallyB said...

Hi Jacky...
Sounds like you had a lovely afternoon spent shopping and lunching. Your mail art projects look brilliant...the recipients of these must feel very special.
xxx

SallyB said...

Hi Jacky...
Sounds like you had a lovely afternoon spent shopping and lunching. Your mail art projects look brilliant...the recipients of these must feel very special.
xxx

Alison said...

Love your mail art projects...glad you enjoyed your Birthday
Alison xx

Kathyk said...

Fab gift ideas Jacky - good to hear you enjoyed your birthday - I trust you were thoroughly spoiled by your family!

Happy Friday

Kathyk

Amy said...

Excellent idea Jacky - they look fantastic!

Cheryl said...

Great idea Jacky glad you had a fab day x

Sian said...

The tabs were a lovely extra surprise, thank you! I will be proudly showing off my card in a post tomorrow (if I can get it to post..)

Elizabeth said...

Jacky, looks interesting. Could you show the inside of it?

Scrappi Sandi said...

Oooh! These are nice!!! So much more practical that 'just a card'!!! BTW please feel free to 'Borrow' that sign image...isn't it great!! A totally unecessary expense but I just had to have it!!! ;)

Becky said...

These are lovely and such a nice idea. Sorry I missed your birthday, but glad to hear you had a lovely day.

Karen said...

These are wonderful. I saw the one with the fab Cosmo Cricket papers on Sian's blog this morning and loved it.