Mail Art — Inventing Spring

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If Spring won’t come to me then I will come to Spring.  Making post cards to celebrate the burst of color that is Spring.  Using gelli printed papers, leftovers, magazine bits, rubber stamps and permanent stamping inks.  A riot of color spills from my work surface ready to bloom into mail boxes everywhere.  Now to write them out.  I think I’ll play along with Piarom’s’ Mix-it-Monthly Abstract theme one more time with these.

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Comments

  1. Wow, these are gorgeous, so many happy colours and papers – have fun playing! Hugs, Valerie

  2. Luscious colours Corrine.

  3. Would love to exchange with you! I will email you my address if you are willing.

  4. Such lovely postcards! I need to make some of those too!

  5. Beautiful, Corrine — and VERY spring-like! You will make some mailboxes very happy.

  6. This is a happy explosion of color! This makes the wait for spring so much easier!

  7. What a perfect way to use your gelli papers and other goodies. I’m sure lots of recipients will be glad that you flooded their mailboxes with happiness and springtime. How thoughtful of you.

  8. What fun! All that color is magnificent. Uplifting!

  9. Yes! the vivid greens and yellows, the extravagant lavenders and lilacs, lovely springy colors. These would brighten anybody’s day even in the midst of a dreary winter.

  10. A real burst of colour.

  11. fabulous pages …wow!

  12. love all the spring colors sorry to hear the current forecast! hope the woodpile is nearby!. next winter will be warmer!

  13. Gorgeous colors to brighten any day…
    hope the predicted snow goes easy on you !
    oxo

  14. Atta girl! You defy this winter! Love these bursts of color and the patterns here. Well; we have the sun out anyway with beautiful blue sky. But; still very cold. Thursday we might hit 50! Let’s hope. We have lost lots of snow due to the sun being higher! 🙂 xo

  15. These make me want to go get a package of wildflower seeds and plant them. Think I will do that. Beautiful!! xoxo

  16. Yes you bring the spring into every room, with those amazing cards, -so many and so wonderful.
    I hope you will soon be able to say goodby to the snow, Corrine.
    xo,Dorthe

  17. OK.. now you’re talking my language. What a pop of color..How could this not make someone happy and ready for the warmth. Don’t even talk about Wednesday’s storm.

  18. Love the explosion of color on your work table, Corrine! These postcards will certainly brighten up mailboxes all over the world! Spring? Ready here! Bring it= (puleeeeze)!

  19. glorious, and desperately needed, color!

  20. Beautiful and inspiring colours.

  21. Yep – these are yummy! I always enjoy a big p/c making session, but it takes much longer to write them out. I’ve actually thought about typing one message and printing multiples and just sticking it on…. but I haven’t yet.

  22. Gorgeous uplifting deliciousness! See you soon. Hugs aready!

  23. Awe Corrine, what a breath of fresh air my lovely, bright, cheerful fun – thank-you. Lol I’m sure the UK has had a bit of a relapse over the last few days, has been very chilly, brrrrrrrrr.
    Huge hugs lovely lady x x x x

  24. This is an explosion of Spring sunshine, so bright and happy!

  25. Totally gorgeous, hon! Love all these warm colors – I sure hope you are not blanketed in white tomorrow.

  26. Oh my such an abundance of color and shapes! My favorite is the yellow one in the middle on the right side with the whiteisch bloom ! These all are so inspiring to make something new out of the stuff, we already have…to bring together what looks good, to create something new! What a treasure 🙂 I am thrilled you painted again with Mix It Monthly in mind….♥ Conny

  27. Oh wow…….you definitely achieved your aim Corrine!! These are stunning! x

  28. NancyLee says:

    Oh yes color – – wonderful color!
    Sometime show us a step by step process you do for all COLOR!

  29. What a spread of colourful goodness, these must have been a joy to make, they look good all together too.

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