I have done several postcards this year, given as birthday cards through the mail. The one below used a fabric and paper background with decorative stitching and a piece of metallic mesh.
This one is one I would like to expand into a larger piece. Often I do postcards to play with an idea, and then I can enlarge the design and work in a larger format.
This postcard below is made using my felting machine. I love doing felted postcards because they work up so quickly! I used several different yarns, some cheesecloth, fabric and mohair to make the body of the piece. I then embellished with beads.
I made this one a while back using sheers on top of a shiny white fabric. I attached the jugs with Misty Fuse and stitched around the edges to hold them down.
I also made this one a while ago. It uses rusted fabric torn on a black background. I then stitched in a square spiral and put some altered web ribbon on the front. I painted gold Lumiere in some of the holes . I try lots of different things on postcards; they are just too much fun!