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February 27, 2013

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rachel

thank you for sharing this!

Leslie

Love this! When I was in high school in the 80's, our art teacher Mr. Grbich (Frank was his first name, I believe?) had us making mail, among other projects. Of course, the goal for many of us was to see whether we could "hide" the stamp on the envelope, amidst whatever artwork we had created. We had a great time, and those students who really did have a creative gift came up with with some phenomenal mail art.

Currently I work with young women in a residential care facility. Many of them write quite a few letters during their stay; I think they'll enjoy being introduced to this project.

Keep it up!

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