vendredi 25 mai 2012

And the party keeps going...

Hello folks! How are you all doing?
I haven't post anything here in ages, sorry. I was too much busy with my letter writing party, hehe!

Yesterday I mailed out this pile of letters you can see on the picture above. Seven letters. Written in only one week, so it means I wrote one letter a day. It's a record! But when it keeps raining outside, you've already read all the books you had and you can't borrow new ones from the library because buses are on strike and you're stuck in the middle of nowhere, obviously you are very productive ^^

So let's see what this pile contains:
First, a flowered envelope to the Netherlands:

A really summer themed envie going to the cold Northern Norway:

The heaviest envelope is on its way to Ukraine:

Coffee themed letter to the USA. I'm not a fan of coffee, but I found the design nice:

A cute bear eating watermelon is currently travelling to Lithuania:

Purple letter to Sweden:

And last but not least, a shining sun is going to Germany:

Phew! That's a lot of mail, for sure! And the party is not over yet! I still have 4 letters waiting. Considering how fast I am to write at the moment, they will probably go out within next week. I'm such in a great writing mood, I don't think I've ever written so much in so little time ;)

As I told you in my previous post, I want to teach myself calligraphy this summer. I'm just starting... and it's damn hard! I have big troubles to hold the nib holder correctly. The first pictures of my "art" will come soon, but I'm still not satisfied enough with what I've done to show it...

3 commentaires:

  1. Wow your letters look really pretty and lovely big time, I am sorry the bus people are on strike how evil.

  2. Seven letters in one week is great! Hope you will have fun with the other 4 letters, too. :) Nice envelopes, by the way!

  3. I love reading about others writing, that makes me motivated in writing something myself. I have quite a few letetrs as well now. And I can't wait for your cute letter, that water melon is so summerish! And stamps are gorgeous. Still more to anticipate from French stamps.


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