At the moment, I’ve been knocked sideways with a malicious head cold whose ostensible intent is to make me rip off my own congested head. Or perhaps it’s plotting Death by Kleenex. Either way, I don’t think my death will be noble. There is something fundamentally undignified about leaving the Earth while you look like a cranky, sad Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, neck-deep in used tissues.
In the meantime, however, I decided to post a quick Living with Art showing you two super simple ways to hang mail art or postcards in your dwelling. (Because what’s the old saying? Die young, and leave a good-looking dwelling, filled with mail art? I’m sure that was it.)
The first way comes from Cathy Stevens Pratt, who sent me the following piece of gorgeousness:
Most of us are familiar with penny sleeves; that’s simply a next level card protector, fitted with a ribbon. SO CLEVER. It’s been hanging in my kitchen looking fabulous for weeks upon weeks now.
Next up is a skinny page created by Juli Waller, which I’m going to hang using a twist tie from a clear plastic party favor bag.
Simply tape the twist tie into place, and voila!
Okay, I’m going to go crawl back onto the couch. You get your booty and gear and go hang some art!