To The Netherlands:
To South Korea:
To the USA:
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.
These lovely stickers arrived to my mailbox last month. I’ve started using a planner from Personlig Almanacka (international website is Personal Planner) instead of my bullet journal. The columns have almost the same size as the boxes in an Erin Condren planner, so now I can use Erin Condren planner stickers! 😀
I’m very happy with this order from The Hummingbird Planner. Wonderful stickers and fast shipping.
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!
A Month of Letters being in March, doesn’t mean you can’t get new friend requests and letters in September. 🙂 I got one from Juana in the USA.
I received this beautiful windmill postcard fron Bo in The Netherlands. We did a swap as she wanted a Greetings From Sweden card.
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.