Well, I figured out a way to make quick progress on my Mail Art 365 project - make one piece and then cut it up before sending it out!
I'm kidding, mostly, but I did try an experiment doing exactly that.
Clockwise from top left, they were sent to Angie & Snooky, Ana Karina, Tina Wittmer, and Mary England. They are items 20-23 in my 365. I found those psychedelic animal stickers (Lisa Frank, of course) at the Goodwill Outlet.
I finished my 26th state, Nevada, and posted it in my Society6 store. I chose the Hoover Dam as the subject, even though it's on the border between Nevada and Arizona. It was either that or draw Vegas or Reno or something, and I just wasn't feeling that.
That's the sweater I posted progress pictures of before. It doesn't look its best because I haven't sewn the seams under the arms, or woven in the ends yet. Plus, it needs buttons. But that's where it is for now.
Also, I've started another one. I'm hoping to get at least 4 done, in different sizes, for donation before Christmas.
Oh! And I totally forgot to mention in my last post that the person who sent me the postcard from Russia was incredibly sweet. She read in my profile that I like mail art, and said that she wasn't sure she could really make a postcard - however, she enclosed an origami stegosaurus she'd made instead.
And *whew*, that's it for now, I think. But I really should post soon about the supplies I've picked up lately, some stamp carving I've been doing, and maybe about my attempt #44521 (give or take) at an art journal. Next time!