Wow, I didn’t realise how long it’s been since I did a blog post here, I’ve been super busy but still managed to keep up with some mail.
These postcrossing cards are from Leila Finland, Marina in Germay and Jaquelin in Switzerland.
These are Postcrossing cards are from Olha in Ukraine, Pinthip in Thailand and Eugini in Belarus.
Eugini spent so much time on decorating the back of his card that I had to show you 🙂
Postcards arriving from Postcrossing is a real treat, I never know which country they are going to come from.
This card is from Andreea in Romania, can you see the figure of the woman made from books? We have decided to continue exchanging cards with each other.
This delightful blue bear was sent from Maria in Russia, he’s going on display!
These two cards are from Olga also in Russia and Alexandra in Ukraine, lovely and colourful even though very different.
I have some postcards to send myself now!
Some more lovely’s that have come my way.
These postcrossing cards are from Annerose in Germany, Oksanna in Ukraine and Liu Yang in China.
These are from Diago in Norway, David in the USA and Eva in Russia.
These cards are all so lovely, but I especially like this one from Cherrie in the USA.
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! 🙂
I love sending out Postcrossing cards, trying to send something people will like. Most people list there favourite things on their profile, so I can hunt through my stash and find something they will like. Otherwise I make a new postcard.
The first card was to Nina in Belgium who likes old film stills and the second to Sallie in the USA who loves the ocean.
The first one here is to Michael in Germany who likes pictures where people live and the second is to Aileen in Ukraine who likes cows. It’s good to think you might be able to make someone happy with a postcard.
This next letter is to Wendy in Canada who was a paper swap partner and we decided to try and keep in touch and share about what art projects we are doing with each other.
I have got quite behind with telling you about some of my Postcrossing mail, but really do like showing you the cards I send and receive.
These first postcards were sent to Germany, Netherlands and Russia
and I received these from Netherlands, Ukraine, Germany, Belgium and USA. I love the chickens,
and the red girl below on the left,
but, I like them all very much, so it’s hard to chose favourites.
These are more postcards I’ve received recently, Postcrossings from Robin in USA , Svetlana in Ukraine…and Apple in Tiawan. Also a postcard from my friend Liva in Latvia.
I love this mail art I received from Cynthia in USA, I haven’t heard from her for a while so I’m glad she’s ok.