Tag Archives: sending mail

More in my Mail Box

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In my mail box this week 🙂

A lovely holiday postcard from my mail friend Antoni, thanks Antoni for this lovely card, the Guggenheim is a fabulous building!

Postcrossing cards from Dasha in Belarus and Tugce in Turkey,

Moni in Germany and Igor in Russia.

I especially love the stamps from Russia!

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Mail Friends Are nice & fun

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I regularly go to our local collectors market which is held once a week here in Fakenham. Last week I found this vintage stamp.

It had loose letters spelling this.

I decided I wanted to make an anagram and use all the letters and spell something to do with my mail. I managed to use all but about four and came up with this! 🙂

Stitched Textile Postcards

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These are some textile cards I sent out recently, I made them using stitching and stamping on painted fabric.

I sent out two to Postcrossers, Jamie in USA and Richarda in Germany, both said they enjoyed recieving handmade cards.

I sent another to a penfriend in Netherlands

and included one in an art swap to my friend Nancy in America.

They all seem to have gone down quite well, so I think I’m going to make some more! 🙂

Incoming postcrossing cards

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Here are some lovely postcrossing cards that have come in recently.

Lots of lovely pattern from Eva in Germany and Carlos in Spain

A good railway card from Morgan in USA and a hint towards Van Gogh from Herman in Germany

Happy Mail day to you! 🙂

Gorgeous Mail

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This is some of the gorgeous mail I’ve received recently.

A lovely envelope from Iryna in Belarus,

Josephine in Netherlands,

Roxanna in USA,

and a lovely birthday gift from Suzanne in Germany.

All very lovely and I can’t wait to send them something in return 🙂

Incoming postcards

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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! 🙂