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! 🙂
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! 🙂
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!
Here are some more postcrossing cards that I have received recently.
These two are from Thorston from Gemany and Chang from Taiwan.
These are from Brasou in Romania, Hai in India and Sammy in Ghana.
I’m very excited with these last three, as they are my first postcard from each country.
I just designed these Europe friendly art stamps to show I am sad that Britain has left the EU.
It’s definitely time to see what you can send through the post other than tradition mail!
I got this beautiful plaque/coaster from Cathy in USA which she had bought on her travels to Vietnam.
I sent her this coaster I bought from Sandringham (the Queens residence in Norfolk, UK) in return.
I also sent this delightful red spotty teapot to my friend Suzanne in Norfolk.
All arrived safely, so what else can we try 🙂
Here are some postcards sent our to start 2014.
This was a postcard from Laura sent me of the state flower of Texas so I’ve sent her a postcard with one of my favourite flower on, the humble geranium!
These are Postcrossing cards to Lemmi in Finland and Olga in Belarus on their chosen themes.
Finally I thought I would show you this letter I wrote to Josephine in the Netherlands on paper I made myself.
Can’t wait to show you more,
love Debbie x