Thank you for being so patient with me for my infrequent posts, I have so much mail to share with you and it’s so much fun!
These beautiful cards are from Charity and Paul both in the USA,
Irina in Germany, Zsuzsi in Romania and Evita in Latvia,
Isabel and Kirsten in Germany and Ladka in Czech Republic!
Wow, what a selection! I love this game 🙂
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! 🙂
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 🙂
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’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.
This first card is to Hank in the USA who used to be a postman, so I sent him this early 20th Century postbox and the second one is for another cat liker Annukka from Finland.
This first one was for Johanna in Czech republic who likes handmade and Natalie from Germany who wanted local views.
Super mail for super people! 🙂
Wow, I have lots of lovely mail to share with you, so to start with some Postcrossing cards that I’ve sent out recently.
These cards were sent to Anna in Russia who likes cats and Tina in Germany who loves Horses.
These next ones were to Astrid in Germany who had flags on her want list and Juice in Taiwan who likes to see where people live.
Cynthia from Germany likes old grave yards so I sent her this card with a photo I’d taken myself and one thing that Stuart likes here in the UK is vintage photos of where people live.
I think I did quite well this time for what people wanted, I’m pleased with those 🙂