Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Liberate Your Art postcard swap 2013...

Is underway and I have received my first postcard...all the way from New Zealand!  It is a beautiful pic of the true essence of the country I believe.  NATURE!  Ironically, Mark's daughter is in New Zealand right now hiking and touring the country.  She just completed a 3 week clinical and is taking the country in for 2 more weeks.  I posted the card I received on FB and Jaimie (daughter) sent back - that it looked like where she was at that very time.  I can't wait for her return home so we can figure out if it is indeed someplace she visited.
www.joslittlepictures.wordpress.com
Thanks Jo, I loved the pic and your note!  Love liberation of art all around the globe.

Thanks to Kat for hosting the swap again this year.  This is my second time participating and it is so exciting to go to the mailbox to see what treasure has arrived!

Speaking of postcards,  Robin Panzer has share info that I'd like to pass along...
The Post Card Project - Angie
1920 Centerville Turnpike #117-199
Virginia Beach, VA 23464

Send post cards that Angie, a young cancer patient, will share with her fellow hospital mates...let's help put some smiles into the day for these kids.  Here is my packet that I will be sending:



don't ask why it won't post up the right way - so sorry you'll have to view sideways, but you get the idea!  Hope you can join in the fun!
https://www.facebook.com/CHKD.Postcard.Project?fref=ts





cheers, dana
life is short - make sure you LIVE it

5 comments:

ann @ studiohyde said...

The swap and sending cards to poorly kids sounds such a great idea. Popping over to check it out.

Sinderella Studio Designs said...

yay!

Jez said...

This is such a nice idea to send the postcards to these young people. Anything that makes their day a little brighter is so worth while. Lovely you.

Beverly Dyer said...

Hi Dana from North Carolina,
Beverly Dyer here from www.artprescription.com I received your lovely postcard!!
Cheers,
Beverly

Verla said...

This is cool!