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! 🙂
I love my mail art and I love postcrossing, it’s great meeting new people and learning about where they live.
Some of my latest cards I’ve received are From:
Aga in Poland and Nora in the Philippines.
Angela in Russia,
Chrissy in Germany and Sari in the Netherlands.
All great cards, thanks so much! 🙂
I hope all you lovely mail peeps had a fabulous Christmas/holiday season. Here is some of the creative mail that arrived in my mail box.
From Netherlands, USA, UK and Spain
UK and Poland.
Thanks to all you creative people out there. I look forward to exchanging mail and sharing my mail adventures with you in 2016. Happy New Year 🙂
I’ve said this before, but I do like to try and find things that people say they like on their Postcrossing profile.
Often I remember photos that I’ve taken or my own art and turn them into postcards. Here are some that I’ve tried to match up with peoples likes.
Andrea in Germany likes to see cities and Emi in Japan wanted local views.
Max and Hannah in China like Architecture and Katerina is an artist, likes bright colours and flowers and so that one has gone off to Germany.
Miao and Mose in USA like architecture (I sent this again because it’s an impressive building) and Christine in Germany said she likes industrial harbours and big ships, so I remembered this photo I’d taken of these impressive bouys.
I hope they will be happy with my choices for them 🙂
I have lots to show you as I have a back log of lovely post.
These postcrossing cards are from Jenny in Taiwan and Maja in Poland (a card she bought on holiday 🙂 )
These are from Jona Philppines, Annzhinna in Russia and Chanveny a chinese girl Poland.
The final three are from Karan in USA, Chen in Taiwan and Valerie in Poland.
Such a variety. I especially like the still water in the last one 🙂
I sent out these Postcrossing cards which are art for Dasha in Russia and my town for Trie in Indonesia.
These are to Nicola in Germany who likes colourful postcards and Aleksandra in Poland wants places where people live.
These two I sent out to Dagmar in Germany who likes sensational views, this is certainly one and Jen in the USA who likes views from where people live.
It’s great when people specify what they like 🙂
I keep forgetting to photograph my outgoing Postcrossing cards, but here are some outgoings I remembered.
These are my newly designed Fakenham postcards to Cherry in China and Janel in USA….
and these are to Ira in Ukraine and my new union Jack postcard that I made for Zuzanna in Poland
I got some more lovely mail art this morning, but I have to contain myself and make sure I show you everything! 🙂
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.
Must go, I have mail to post! 🙂
The latest Postcrossings to arrive in my mailbox are from Martyna and Krzysiek both in Poland, Anna in Russia and Jacques in Belgium.
I especially like the Christmassy ones. 🙂