I am taking more and more care when I send my postcrossing cards. If the potential recipient of a card from me has subjects they really like or specific hobbies, I do try and relate in some way with the card I send.
These are some of my recent cards I’ve sent. Natalia Germany loves tea, Michelle in USA loves outside art and Anastasia from Ukraine likes old buildings.
Sirpia in Finland Likes to receive cards of significant building and Daia in Russia likes the sea.
Natalia in Belarus likes to receive cat cards, Marco in Germany writes fairy stories so I thought this card might inspire him and Eugenia in Russia likes drawing and I thought this was a fun drawing.
They are posted off with a blessing too! 🙂
Recent postcards that have come across the sea to me are: Postcrossings from Dirk in Germany, Sandy in Canada and Linsay in USA,
Valentina in Russia, Lutz in Germany, Eline in Netherlands.
As well as those super cards I received these from other friends, Charlotte and Cathy in USA and Nelleke in the Netherlands.
The diversity is amazing! 🙂
This is the beautiful mail I was so excited about the other day, from Melva in Spain.
What a fantastic treat. I’ve picked out a few things individually to show you.
It’s a shame Melva lives in Spain, otherwise I would be asking her for gelli plate printing lessons, I’ve got a lot to learn 🙂
My latest postcards are this lovely hand decorated one from Karan in the US ( I wonder what she used to make those lovely marks)………
this one from Katya in Germany………
this lovely hand decorated one from 10 year old Miriam in Germany……..
and this wonderful old photograph of the Kremlin from Nastya in Russia.
A great selection, don’t you think? 🙂
I’ve just posted out a local postcard to Norma, my last paper swap and I forgot to pop one in the envelope as she requested and Postcrossings to Yao-Hsuen in Taiwan and Nataliya in Ukraine.
A card from Nelleke arrived this morning, she lives in the Netherlands and says she got married in this wonderful building.
My outgoing cards today are of my little town of Fakenham going to Kitty in the Netherlands and Pavel in Belarus.
All packaged up and ready to go is a Debbie Osborn Art Studio calender going to Tina in the USA.
I’ve recently been creating something else for you to enjoy! 🙂
Something else lovely was dropped into my mail box yesterday,
……..my first Elevated Envelope.
It was a surprise from my mail art friend, Cynthia, complete with a little vintage style note card.
Something I’ve never seen before, it had a recipe on the back!I’ve just realised that I have posted Cynthia something in return and forgot to photograph it to show you! 🙂