I've rediscovered the pleasures of snail mail. I've made new friends; I've made and sent art; I use recycled papers, cardboard and more to make postcards; I look forward to checking my mailbox every day. I'm sending out some snail mail love tomorrow (none of these are my IA cards....they're going out soon).
If you'd like to send and receive your very own mail art, watch for the occasional postcard swap or ask someone whose blog you follow if they'd like to trade mail art and exchange addresses privately. Also, you can explore and join IUOMA (international union of mail artists - it's free) which is a site that's been around for years connecting people who enjoy the art of mail art. Flutterbye is another site that will have occasional art/postcard mail art swaps (generously managed by Karen at IamRushmore), so register and join the art swap group there. Currently you can join a postcard swap, an ATC swap and/or an art tag swap - sign up by May 25. I always love sharing mail art (from anywhere in the world) and if you're interested in swapping, email me or leave a comment and let's exchange addresses.
ED: I've also shared this with Artists in Blogland - no challenges here, we just want to see what you've been working on - easy, easy!