Time again to rustle through the recycling bin to create postcards for a swap-bot “Chunk-O-Cardboard” trade! I think these are a lot of fun.
Clockwise from the left:
The first postcard is headed for a swap-botter in Port Coquitlan, British Columbia, Canada, to whom I’ve sent a couple of previous cards. She says she likes surprises in the mail; I hope she’s amused by this little mascot from a bag of taro chips hanging out in front of a pile of pineapple cakes! By the way: after seeing my scan, I noticed I had not trimmed the card neatly; it has since been fixed!
The next card is on its way to Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A., to the person who arranges these wonderful “chunk” trades! Her card comes from a panel from box of of facial tissues, so cute it demands this second life.
In the final card, we see the character from a bag of spicy peanuts hanging out in sweet territory, a selection of cookies I bought for trick-or-treaters. The card is going to Somerville, New Jersey, U.S.A., to a swap-bot member who says of postcards, “I have a good sense of humor so even funny and bizarre ones are welcome!” Hope she finds this amusing!
Do you ever repurpose old packaging & such into cards to send to friends (or, I dunno, even strangers)?