The first are to Elizaveta in Russia and Mint in Thailand
and these are to Novahana in Indonesia and Kirsti in Finland
I’m very happy to be starting my postcrossings for the New Year. Happy Postcrossing Everybody! 🙂
Oooh, I didn’t realise how long it has been since I shared some mail with you. I was doing some art ready for an art exhibition which was taking up a lot of time. O have still been sending and receiving mail though so have lots to show you! 🙂
These postcards have gone to Min Cheng in Taiwan and Ingred in Netherlands,
W Chang Australia and Heleena Finland
and Zong He in China and Marina in France.
What a super thing it is to be able to touch peoples lives across the world without using social media. Handwriting a note is always special! 🙂
I’m getting back into sending out my mail now, I can’t believe how disruptive Christmas and new year are. I know, it’s the middle of February! 🙂
These are the postcrossing cards I’ve sent out recently:
The first two were for Dr De Vera in Philippines who uses the Postcrossing experience for a teaching aidfor his class, so the stamp was important too. The second was Anastaisia in Russia who likes cats.
Here are the latest Postcrossing cards I’ve sent out. These first two are off to Anastasija in Latvia, who was interested in medieval architecture and I thought this might interest her and Minjia in Taiwan wanted something from where I live.
These are two sent to Elisa in Germany and Lisa in the Netherlands. I couldn’t resist sending them this picture of a field near where I live, just after it had been harvested.
These last two are for Lynn in USA who likes fun cards and Timo in Finland, who like many, wanted to see where I live.
Happy Postcrossing everyone! 🙂
My Postcrossing cards to show you this week are:
A nice beach views for Jenny in USA and Olga in Belarus.
A moose for Karola in Finland (she said she liked moose) and for Viktorija in Latvia some nice views of our town.
Katerina in Lithuania is a taylor and wanted pictures of nice clothes and Simona in Germany likes local views.
I hope I have made them happy with my choices 🙂
Here’s a few Postcrossing cards to show you.
These postcards are from Antji in Germanyand Kanyamas and Zoe in Tailand. I’m glad to have got my first card from Berlin!
These are cards I’ve sent to Jyri in finland who likes trains and Elfie in Germany who collects stamps. I turned a first day cover into a postcard.
These I sent to Velena in Russia who likes movie stills and Victoria in Belarus who likes Architecture.