Monday, 15 December 2014

Snail Mail Love - PLEASE READ

Hey guys! I'm very excited to see that every now and then a new person starts following this blog, I'm really glad you find it worth :)
However a few months back I moved my blog elsewhere, at snailmaillove.com

I would really appreciate if you could take the time and follow me there instead, as I don't update this blog any longer.

Here's a few things you've missed so far:

Hope to see you there :)

Fab xx

Thursday, 25 September 2014

Moving blog - please read!

Hey guys! Long time no see, uh?
I'm gonna spare you the part where I apologize and explain myself, here, and I'll go straight to the point: I'm moving my blog away from Blogspot.

I've created a completely new blog (so this one will still be up and all the resources will still be available.. I'm just starting over, if I can say so), and I would really love if you'd like to keep in touch with me and follow me over there.
The blog is called SnailMailLove, and what I'll do there won't be much different from what I did here, hopefully just better and more frequent.
To thank you all for taking the time go through this change with me, I'm hosting a giveaway on the new blog as well.

I really hope to see you there ♥
Thank you so much,
ƒ. xx

Monday, 9 June 2014

Floral Mail Art

Last Friday I had an exam and got a surprisingly very high grade, so when I got back home I was in a rather cheery mood.
I picked up my watercolors and started doodling on an envelope. It had been a while since I last hand painted anything, and it felt really refreshing. It still doesn't have a recipient, but I still wanted to share it with you ♥
Some details:
What do you find yourself doing when you're happy?

Have a lovely day,
ƒ.

Saturday, 7 June 2014

#postallyconnected pt 2

A little while ago, I started a project over on Instagram, that I called Postally Connected.
For my birthday I received Keri Smith's 'Everything is Connected', which is a book of postcards with fun tasks written on them.
Instead of filling them in and then send them, I decided I wanted to give the chance to have a bit of fun with them to someone else, and this is how the project started.

I sent 10 postcards to ten lovely girls, and today, I want to share with you the second batch of postcards that came back to me, to show you what a great work they did with them!

The first one is from Bernice, which is an incredibly creative gal! Our task was to draw a portrait of me as a superhero, and a portrait of her as a bad guy!
 I drew myself as SuperFab (which sounds sooo cheesy, omg) and I even have a Bunny-Signal à la Batman, while she drew herself as Bermean, so freaking cool!
 Next up, is from Jessica; her task was to decorate a 'public space' inviting people to contribute
 and it's so cool to have a token from Toronto Zine Library as I image in it like a very artistic and inspiring place, perfect environment for this kind of project!
 Lastly, I received Chomri's postcard as well! Her postcard had a blank sign she had to fill with a message of her choice, and let me say, she did it beautifully!
 I absolutely adore it; the message and execution are just great!
 So, thank you gals for joining and making this project special!
I can't wait to send more postcards out!

Much love,
ƒ.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

the Postal Society 2.0

Hello everyone! As some of you may know, last year, alongside some friends, I founded a website called the Postal Society to create a community dedicated not only to finding new penpals, but also to have a better place to host swaps and challenges, and discuss common interests.

Lest year we had a network hosted on a platform, but I was very unsatisfied with the quality and the restrictions of it, so I decided to cave in and create a proper .com website for it!

It is finally ready and I'd love to share it with you all:


We're obviously still getting started but if would mean a lot if you could check it out!

See you there, I hope!
♥, ƒ.