For the first time this year, I participated in Kat Sloma's Liberate Your Art Postcard Swap. What was a little bit different about this postcard swap was that instead of making individual, hand-crafted postcards, the goal of this was to help you learn how to have your art professionally printed onto a postcard. I just so happened to have recently had one of my photographs printed on postcards to pop into packages when I get an order, so this gave me a good excuse to get more images created onto postcards! Above are the postcards I sent! Clockwise from top left are my 1947 Chevy Firetruck, Peeking, Dandelion Wishes, 1966 Mustang Pony, and Smile.
Above are the beautiful postcards I received from all over the world! Clockwise from top left are postcards from Anton in Portland, Oregon; Imelda from Portland, Oregon; Kat (the organizer) from Portland, Oregon; Judith from Portland, Oregon; Debra from Grant, Florida; and Sharon, all the way from New Zealand. This was a fun easy swap that I really enjoyed. It's always nice to find something other than bills and junk mail in your mail box! You can click here for a blog hop of other participants and click here for a wrap up of this year's swap.