A bunch of paper bags I sent

I recently made a short business trip to London which gave me the opportunity to get some new materials for my paper bag addiction.
First a bag from the company “Prêt” that I transformed into an envelope sent to Jean Wilson. I love elephants so I was happy to get this bag.

Then a bag from Caffé Nero, my favorite coffee shop brand. Too bad they are only present in England. So, I made an envelope for Simon and one for Uwe.

Then a disposable bag from the company Air Transat that I sent to Kerosene.

As I still had one bag from the Drugstore Publicis, I made one envelope for Philippe, to answer his Sun mail art call.
And I used the other side of the bag for an envelope to The Celestial Scribe.

A map of Sydney

While trying to sort out all the mail art I have received in the last months, I realized that I had never scanned one envelope sent by Christiane Hurel and made from a map of my favorite city: Sydney. This envelope reminded me a lot of good memories, thank you Christiane, and sorry to have been so late to blog it.

Oh, Happy days

A late answer sent to Ursu.

Exchange with Snappy

Snappy sent me a contribution to my paper bag mail art call, in his usual style.

As an answer I created a collage on an envelope made, not from a paper bag, but from another big envelope that I received from Japan.

August PTE exchange

I already shared with you some of the envelopes I recived for the August PTE Exchange, so here are the other ones.
First a cute small envelope from Susan Ito with a very nice seal on the back. Also, the envelope contained a very cute card.

Then a very nice envelope from Shandra Smith.

Another very nice envelope from Jean Rothfusz. It is a pity that the postal clerk felt the need to cancel the stamp with his pen.

And then some surprise from Chaty O’Rear. She sent me this nice envelope but inside there was another nice envelope that she had sent me for a previous exchange and that never reached me. As you can see from the postal labels, the French post had been unable to read the address…

Also in the envelope Cathy sent me two very nice Trader Joe’s “wine” bags that I’m gonna use for sure!

Wuthering heights

To answer Martine’s contribution, I sent her a collage on an envelope made from a paper bag. The subject is “Wuthering heights”. I must admit that I never read it, and I never saw the movie… The collage is made using part of the movie poster, a scan of a page from the original edition of the book and some washi tape and tissue paper.

What happened to this envelope?

Sometimes you receive an envelope that has been partially “eaten” by a postal machine. Uwe sent me this funny envelope that was partially eaten by a cute mouse :-)