A Bunch Of Outgoing Postcards

A few days ago, I mailed these postcards via Postcrossing and Postard United.

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To China:
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To The Netherlands:
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To Thailand:
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To India:
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To South Korea:
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To Finland:
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To China:
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To China:
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To Sweden:
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To the USA:
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Outgoing Swap-bot Swap

So how on earth am I supposed to catch up with posting all my incoing and outgoing mail when I can’t post on a daily basis? Well, I will try to do my best. 🙂

This is stuff I sent via a swap on Swap-bot.

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Handmade Postcards

It’s quite rare that people at Postcrossing write in their profile that they accept handmade cards, so when it happens I of course send handmade! 😀 After all, I’m an avid cardmaker, although more used to make double greeting cards than postcards. Here are three handmade postcards I got to send recently. 🙂 I’ve used papers from my fave brand Stamperia. I absolutely love their papers!

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Surprise To Russia

This stuff went to Nataly in Russia, via youvegotmail.club. I reallly like youvegotmail.club. You get an address to sent to, and info about the person and what she/he (mostly a she) likes. I enjoy putting together a mix of things from the person’s likes.

Actually I have always liked to put together sets. I loved doing so at my previous job at a scrapbooking store. We had a monthly kit that people could subscribe to, and I so enjoyed putting it together each month.

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