Outgoing in Autumn

Autumn has been a busy season for me with the launch of the Guernsey Letter Writers Society back in September, but the monthly letter writing socials are proving productive and I enjoy the dedicated time for writing letters and sharing snail mail trivia with friends.

Here are the stats for my outgoing mail during autumn: I have sent 36 postcards, 11 letters, 39 cards and 1 parcel to a total of 14 countries.

*(Australia, Canada, China, Czech Republic, England, Germany, Guernsey, Italy, Latvia, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, Sri Lanka, U.S.A.)

Here are some of the shots:

Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
Bold lettering and vintage stamps are quickly becoming my go-to mail art and with good reason.
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
Scrapbooking supplies transfer nicely into letter writing supplies!
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
Welcome to the World, Boaz the Brave!
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
Spring like mail for friends in the Southern Hemisphere.
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
Less can often be more when it comes to mail art.
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
A quick hello to the youth that have moved on.
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
Some bright and cheerful mail on it’s way to Hawaii.
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
Some more scrapbooking supplies at use in this piece of mail art.
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
An introductory letter to my newest penpal.
Outgoing in Autumn 2017 | The Open Home
Loving these vintage Christmas stamps.

Have you sent any happy mail lately?

 


 

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