Both sides of the colorful envelope that held the beautiful works are displayed here, featuring several noteworthy appointments. First of all is the splendidly vibrant South African postage - few countries issue more colorful stamps than this one. Then there is, of course, the brilliant painted envelope itself. And then, the word "Gotij". Cheryl loves to play with new words, as she and her friends invent them. Unfortunately, this one is so new, I do not know it's meaning. I do know, however, the meaning of the other word shown, "Zalop", a well known word in the mail art world. It means, literally, nothing. A little Dada treat invented by mail art big wig, Ruud Janssen of The Netherlands. Thank you Cheryl, love your stuff. See you in the post!