Date Joined: October 6, 2010
Last Online: September 20, 2017
Birthday: January 31
Country: United States
I vow to try my best to not only send on time but also rate and keep up lines of communication.
I'm not super concerned if a swap being sent to me is a day or two late. Later than that please communicate with me. I am very understanding to people who are honest. I have zero tolerance for the dishonest.
I never expect extras. Just put your heart into your art. :)
BTW rating 5, no comment is dead rude. Someone created something for you. At least have the class to say 'thank you'.
I feel like I've tried just about every craft out there at one point or another. I can't knit or crochet, and I never quite took to sewing. Paper is primarily my thing. I love paper crafts and drawing.
I have fully embraced the adult coloring craze. I was coloring before it was cool! Check out the link to my website(blog) where I regularly post completed pages.
I love pretty much all things related to nature and science. I'm obsessed with cats. I love to make seasonal decorations with which to decorate my house. I spend most of the year waiting for Halloween. My fandoms are Harry Potter, Star Wars, Star Trek, and Disney. I watch a lot of animated movies.
I'm not actively collecting postcards anymore. The collection was getting out of hand. That doesn't mean I won't sign up for swaps from time to time I have so many to share. I've decided to leave this list up to give people a general idea of the things I like
What I like:
*subversive & weird
*art and illustration
*book covers/ reading
*flowers and plants (especially wildflowers, violets are a favorite)
*nature and nature scenery
*animals (especially unusual animals, frogs, CATS, foxes, insects, sea life... please no dogs)
*birds (OWLS, crows/ravens, songbirds, penguins. ostrich and kiwi)
*weather (lightning,rain, rainbow,snow, etc.)
*vintage of any of the above topics
What I don't like:
*ads cards unless it is really cool
I'm still happy with postcards from the following artists/ postcard books
The art of Instruction: 100 postcards from vintage educational charts
I do collect commemorative stamps and use the duplicates for art projects. It really makes my day when people use cool stamps to send their mail! An envelope with a plain old flag stamp on it is a lost opportunity! The next time you buy stamps go to the post office and take a look at all the beautiful choices.
I like nicely made homemade postcards, which I consider a form of mail art. I think it's a shame most people here seem to hate them.
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