Hee! This was so fun—dainty and substantial at once. Fits in the palm of my hand and buried among reams of junk mail in our mail box. I followed the directions (using needle-nosed pliers to get the backing off, and discovered what was inside in this order:
Collage #1 is lovely with all the pinks, reds and tans—bits of found and most likely ancient printed matter.
Instructions and postage on old-timey cardboard backing.
Once I got the substantially thick backing out of the frame and turned the artwork around, I found Collage #2. This is what I left in for now, currently on my desk, below my computer screen (double vision as I type this). Lots of textures, patterns and gold on this side.
The backing, now inserted the "traditional" way and so useful! A sturdy little artwork. I'm leaving the postage on because it's cool to have postage on your artwork.
I am very happy with this mail art. And when it's time for a change, I know just what to do.