Seven things I learned in making my first 100 pieces of mail art.
1. It's okay to keep some mail art pieces for myself.
2. Sometimes "daily art" means I make one piece a day. Sometimes it means seven a week. Sometimes it means 30 a month.
3. As soon as I put a bit of fabric on a piece of mail art, I want to start hand stitching.
4. Machine sewing is a lot faster than hand stitching.
5. Either I haven't yet found the perfect glue or I forgot what it was during my recent break.
6. Working in a series cuts down on the decisions to be made and allows for more playfulness.
7. Keeping good records is a virtue, but sometimes it interferes with putting art in the mail.