These out going Postcrossing cards have gone to Andreea in Romania, Yuka in Japan, Renee in USA,
Claudia in Germany, Oleg in Russia,
Marina in Germany and Gosia in Poland.
It is so wonderful sharing with people from other country’s, even the different name I come across make me happy! 🙂
Over the holidays I decided I wanted to sort my Postcrossing cards into countries and also make a bigger box for them.
I re-used a shoe box that had already been re-used once to wrap one of my Christmas presents.
I made dividers from coloured card and labeled them with the postcrossing codes for each country.
Here’s my finished box with plenty of room to add more cards 🙂
I don’t normally have time for such projects, so really enjoyed doing it!
Here’s another mail swap with Antoni in Spain.
He sent me this postcard for Osborne brandy because my sir name is Osborn. 🙂
I sent him this lovely reflection of St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich.
He also sent me these two postcards of work by Goudi and Flamenco
and I sent him a picture of one of my local beaches, the first what it looks like in winter and then the same beach in summer!
I do love exchanging mail!
I have so many mail exchanges to show you,I can’t believe how slow I’ve been!
This lovely mail is from my dear friend Susanne who lives in Germany. I have this lovely oversized postcard pinned up now but it’s so difficult to know which side I like the best!
She loves portraits and she did one of me and sent it through the mail 🙂
What super mail 🙂
I did some marbling with a friend and was inspired to make these mail art postcards. The marbling reminded me of a wall and so I made some graffitti-ish postcards with stenciling. I sent these to Nancy and Renee’ both live in USA.
I really liked them and so was inspired to make some art stamps to match! This mail art was sent to Iryna in Belarus. 🙂
More super cards from across the globe!
These are from Norina in Hungry, Anna in Russia and Ilyse the USA.
These are from Choh San in Malaysia, Limehime in Japan and Holger in Germany.
What variety! 🙂
I often forget to record my outgoing Postcrossing cards, when I write them, I want to quickly get them stamped and posted. So here’s some I sent recently.
To Antji in Germany and Susan in USA I sent a postcard with a photo I took on the beach this summer where lots of people were having a lovely time!
These were to Dasha in Belarus and Elena in Russia, both my own drawings 🙂
My first ever card sent to Bosnia & Herzegovina to Maria and to Klaus in England this card from one of our regional breweries as he likes things about beer.
It’s good to have time to share these with you 🙂