Originally Posted by jkcampbell
Just my opinion but I'd rather not see the postcards sent in an envelope. To me part of the charm is the project IS a "postcard" exchange, not a "print" exchange. While no one wants a shredded postcard, marks and edge wear are part and parcel of something that has traveled sometimes thousands of miles with the wear and tear and the postmark to prove it. If you put it in an envelope it not really a postcard any more. Cheers, jc
Part of the joy is some wear and scratches on an postcard from far away. And all the postal stamps and remarks on the back side give also an important part of the "postcard charme".
Just sent my mail to Stephan: I'm officially in again!