Saturday, March 8, 2014

Have glue stick, will travel


Post cards made on the road using my in-flight travel magazine and a variety of other stuff picked up in San Francisco.






Doesn't take much to keep me entertained.

12 comments:

  1. What a great idea! You can't stop some people.

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  2. ...and all I could pull off were a bunch of envelopes! Great cards!

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  3. I love these! Cool shapes/colors!

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  4. Love this! I send myself a postcard to myself when I am traveling. I have ended up with a journal of my cards sent for the last 25 years. The postmark gives me a date and my message tells me what was happening. This idea is perfect. Now I'll have my own art in my Postcard Journal. Can't wait for my next trip! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I am highly entertained by in-flight magazines and tearing paper.

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  6. No batteries required.

    No software updates.

    More enduring than shadow puppets.

    About the only thing that could impede this type of entertainment is if the glue stick petrifies from "gooey and pliable" into something that looks like those bullets you stuff into a hot glue gun . . . .

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  7. No batteries required.

    No software updates.

    More enduring than shadow puppets.

    About the only thing that could impede this type of entertainment is if the glue stick petrifies from "gooey and pliable" into something that looks like those bullets you stuff into a hot glue gun . . . .

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  8. Awesome cards! I remember the N N N N one :D
    Ditto to what Pamela said!! No airplane tray table is immune to my MailArt now :D!

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  9. Nothing slows you down, cross country travel...piece of cake. Me, I would need a long nap...several long naps! Nice art!

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  10. Thanks for "SF Cookie" who arrived today. A walnut tree is heading your way.
    ~ Jack @ Cascadia Artpost

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  11. You don't waste a moment, do you?! Brilliant stuff, all of them :)

    x

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  12. making mail art from the road. you are a mail art machine. lucky us!! xx

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