I am back and full on in the holiday spirit! It felt great to take the majority of November off, and leisurely get my blog redesigned. I’m thoroughly enjoying the new look, which far better represents me and where I’m at in life (working artist yo!). I still have tweaks to make, but for the most part, I’m pretty damn pleased. What better way to kick off my blog return than with a good ol’ holiday card swap?
For three years now I’ve run a holiday card swap here on the blog, and I absolutely love it. I love sending out cards as much as I love receiving them! Plus, this is the first year I actually drew up an illustration and put together a card in Photoshop. I’m keeping the design under wraps for now (no spoilers!) but if you sign up for the swap, you’ll get one in the mail! I’ll do a reveal at the end of the month too.
As always, this swap is open internationally for anyone who wants to join. Don’t celebrate Christmas? No problem! I kept my cards non-denominational this year, so don’t let that keep you from joining in on some snail mail fun. Just fill out the form below and you’ll be getting a card! If you don’t celebrate Christmas, just write a little note in the address section; that way I won’t write Merry Christmas on your card when I send it out.
I’ll leave the form open for responses for two weeks, and it will officially close on December 14th. That might be pushing it for international cards, but I’m still waiting for my own cards to arrive in the mail, so some might be more of a New Year’s card swap? 😀
I also wanted to toss a link to my Postable address book down here! I absolutely love snail mail, and am one of those people who loves to send out surprises in the mail. If you’d like, click the link below to add in your mailing address and you may just receive a card or some goodies in your mailbox one day! Now more than ever I feel like this country needs some extra kindness and love, and I really want to work on doing more little things to spread joy. Snail mail is definitely one of them.
I hope you all had a lovely November!