Sunday, June 28, 2009

happy mail

At last, my happy little postcards arrived and I have been busy sending them out. Be kind enough to e-mail me your address and I would be happy to send you a post-card.
e-mail to pve at pve design dot com. I love sending mail out as much as I love getting happy mail! (nothing like a little shameless self promotion!)
Happy monday.

19 comments:

Mindy Lockard Etiquette said...

We live in an older neighborhood where our postal carrier still brings our mail to the door. I love it when he hands me "happy mail" I can hardly move my letter opener fast enough. Notes are a gift! Feel free to send a postcard my way... It would be a real treat!

pve design said...

Mindy,
Thank-you notes, invites and letters are welcome anytime here! I shall send you one...of course!
pve

little augury said...

doesn't everyone get their mail at the door? and I love happy mail too- The post cards love wonderful and am into happy self promos.la

Ideezine said...

That's so nice. Your work is sooo good!

Thanks

Bette

Kwana said...

I love happy mail and my postcard:)

Maria Killam said...

I love it! And what a great idea!!

A Day That is Dessert said...

We just received yours - thank you! Lovely. xoxo

Summer is a Verb said...

I made the cut! Yeaaaa....

Simply Mel said...

Oh, I can't wait to receive this happy mail! It's the greatest treat....

Rebecca said...

I loved the postcard from you. E-mail is grand but a note from someone is grander! Calling it "happy mail" is an idea I will steal.

I love the postcard idea. I may just have to fly with that idea.

Our farm is down a lane. Some days it is a lovely walk. On the rain, sleet, and snow days it is a great pain. We have a sign at the end of our lane. With the help of a granddaughter, I am in hopes of a makeover this summer. Just as the sofa gets worn out, so too our sign. It needs redone badly. When I get it finished that just may be part of my postcard.

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

What a lovely idea to send out "happy mail" Patricia. We need something pretty in amongst the regular old bills.

Frau said...

Love getting mail but hardly do, it's a lot to mail things to Germany. I'll send you my PO Box in States...I'll be there soon to visit. Have a wonderful Monday.

ArchitectDesign™ said...

Thanks for the card! Snail mail always brightens up my day :-)

home before dark said...

What little pieces of art and sunshine! I marvel everytime I open a first class piece of mail. It's like opening timelessness in this techno instant world. Please remove "shameless self promotion" from your promotion. There is nothing shameless about sharing your talents and genuinely asking for the opportunity to put your good work to work for someone else. Talent is a gift to be shared. Hope you have an artful Monday.

pve design said...

home before dark - really, you are so kind and full of sage advice! please join the blog pool of happiness.
pve

Joyce said...

Your postcard is like a piece of quilt each squares tells a story. I really like them my friend!

As you know I love finding the handwritten treasures in the mailbox. I was just reading a post today about handwritten letters. Who knows we all just might bring back the art of handwritten notes. smile.... xoxo

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

Yay!!! Happy mail! And I love your idea of a Happy Mail Movement. I'm emailing you my address and please send yours back. I'd love to reciprocate!

Heather van Breda said...

Got my postcard yesterday, thank you! They look great!

erin said...

I would loooove a little happy mail. I just discovered your note on my blog, and so investigated your site and fell a little uber in love! I am going to post you on my blogs that I love--isn't it fun to find new things to love?

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