Yes, even more postcards! I am†continuing from here and here, with the over one† hundred postcards that I received in the Anniversary round of the DIY Postcard Swap that I host every spring and fall, for the past ten years!
I am sharing the DIY Postcards that I got as a hostess here. Normally you only get ten postcards – the same amount as you yourself make and send out. But this is of course, by no one’s measures, a normal year. Hello 2020, right? It’s not even normal for me, this many postcards has never arrived in iHanna Postcard Land!
So, let’s take a look at all these lovely handmade, painted, collaged, sewn, doodled, and “made with love” cards, okay?
Art is something that makes you breathe with a different kind of happiness. Anni Albers
“Thank you, you made it so easy to play”
Amy is @wheelacw32 on instagram and she takes very cool nature photos there, as well as sharing her process of making these postcards in stories. The one I got depicts hammered Violets and Dandelions as a flower print! I think it gets way more interesting to look at knowing that.
I photographed these two together, because they came together like this, made by two friends that joined the swap and worked on their respective cards together to be more inspired and find creative energy together. I love that!
Postcards by Sharon P & her friend Debra G Australia.
Backside label ripped of in transit, so I don’t know who made this one. But thanks, it arrived here in Sweden anyway, so thank you! If the artist who made this sees it, please let me know it was from you. :-)
Pin Postcards to your Inspiration Board
Feel free to pin your favorite ideas so you’ll remember them – add them to your own Inspiration boards on Pinterest, or check out, follow and pin from mine called DIY Postcards†Ė full of yummy mail art, happy mail and handmade postcards!
Join the DIY Postcard Swap
Last day to join is this weekend so if you want to join this round, do it now. :)