I last participated in the swap in February. I think there was an April swap, but I had too much going on to participate. I received three cards from the February swap, and they’ve been craving some attention:
Lucine, of the Netherlands, re-purposed a postcard and doodled me a sunny postcard. If you look closely, you can see the design of the postcard beneath the white paint. It adds a little something to the doodles. Doesn’t it?
“You Are Enough” comes from Maria R. of Richmond, New Hampshire. She made the card with watercolor and cutouts. Her message on the back solidifies the theme illustrated on the front:
Write your own story! Love yourself!
Jackqulynn W. of Columbia Falls, Montana cloaked her postcard in an envelope that was almost as beautiful as the contents inside:
You really have to see the card in person for the full impact of its beauty.
Jackqulynn included a quote she found on the Facebook page, Butterflies and Pebbles–something to keep in my heart:
Just a reminder in case your mind is playing tricks on you today. You matter. You are loved. Your laughter is a beautiful thing. And your presence on this earth makes a difference whether you see it or not.
The theme, as you’ve guessed by now, was “love.” I’m thrilled that even though none of the senders had a clue about who I am or what I like, they all sent favorites–sunflowers, typewriters, hearts, words, and music.
Here’s the link: Global heART Swap.