Absolutely loving the variety of postcards I’ve been receiving, so many people take care to send cards on my wish list. Here are cards I’ve received recently from Slovakia, NL, Germany, USA, Poland, Russia, and Finland. Wow, it is rather amazing! 🙂
OOOh, I do love paper swaps.
I’m so rubbish at remembering to photograph the ones I send out before I package them up. But here are some lovely ones I’ve received lately!
I still haven’t finished showing you the plethora of Christmas mail that came to and went from Mailmaker. Here are the rest of the greetings I sent out.
These were sent out to Elfie in Germany and Melva in Spain.
These were Christmas greetings to Stephanie in Canada and Suzanne in the Netherlands.
This last one is a paper swap to Barbara in the USA and I used a snowflake card to write on because the theme of the swap was anything to do with water. Can’t wait to receive hers! 🙂
Here are a few things I’ve sent out recently.
This is a paper swap for Deborah in USA, I was too enthusiastic and sealed it before I could photograph of the papers!
A Mini paper swap to Terry in the USA,
Some scrumptious pretty things for Lisa here in Norfolk UK,
and a letter to a fellow artist over in Canada.
Ooooh, it’s good to send out nice things for people to make them happy 🙂
I got a surprise paper swap the other day, from my pen pal Deborah in the USA. I had forgotten we had mentioned it in our letters until it arrived in my mail box!
Some lovely craft papers and cards for me to be creative with. I must collect some of mine together for her now, I’m going to enjoy that! 🙂
Me and my swap partner for April, Christine, were a bit late sending our precious cargo’s to each other, but these were they!
This is mine, it included some beautiful vintage documents and hand printed papers.
Mine to Christine included a lot of my own pattern and drawings.
The more I exchange mail, the more I’m amazed at peoples generosity!
Paper swaps are always great, this one is from Lisa in Canada.
I was delighted to receive this handmade postcrossing mail from Elżbieta in Poland
What a gorgeous chicken!
And from my pen pal Lynn in USA, this fab package of rubber stamps, washi tape and a lovely long letter.
I love sending out Postcrossing cards, trying to send something people will like. Most people list there favourite things on their profile, so I can hunt through my stash and find something they will like. Otherwise I make a new postcard.
The first card was to Nina in Belgium who likes old film stills and the second to Sallie in the USA who loves the ocean.
The first one here is to Michael in Germany who likes pictures where people live and the second is to Aileen in Ukraine who likes cows. It’s good to think you might be able to make someone happy with a postcard.