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Handmade postcards go to . . .

On 6/22, I posted that I had three postcards left 
and I would give them away on July 15th.  I did.

Blue Nature, 2013 linocut postcard
On Tuesday, July 16th I mailed them to
Fortuna Postcard

an artist living in the city that houses
Handprinted postcard
I Never Thought I'd Be The One postcard
the work of my favorite artist -- Georgia O'Keeffe.

Postcards and handmade book with matching protective box ready for shipping.

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