For now, this blog is taking a break. To follow my snail mail adventures, mixed with other things in my life, visit and follow me at Instagram:
Monday was a great mail day, I received two letters and four postcards!
One of the letters, from dear Gitte in Denmark:
Postcard from China:
Postcard from Germany. I can’t say boxing images is my kind of thing…
Postcard from Poland:
And one more from Poland:
The other half of the postcards I received via Postcrossing in September.
From Great Britain:
First half of the postcards I received via Postcrossing in September.
From Germany: (I absolutely adore this reading rubber duck!)
A friend purchased this card from me, so it went in the mail today. Unwritten of course (in a bubble mailer) as he will give it to someone.
Yes, I do make cards I sell. You can find them in my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/creamaria
A few days ago, I sent ATC’s (artist trading cards) to two people in the USA whom I traded with via a Facebook group. I also enclosed a few goodies for them to use.
The second half of the postcards I received via Postcard United in September.
From Hong Kong:
I just realized that I’ve only posted the cards I send via Postcard United and Postcrossing, not the ones I receive. So, here’s the first half of the cards I received via Postcard United in September.
Yesterday I sent two pieces of mail.
To my mom a Halloween card, a sheet of Christmas stickers (which I know she’ll love to use on her Christmas cards and envelopes) and a huge Christmas wish list for her to fill in until we see each other in a couple of weeks.
And to my dear friend Gitte in Denmark a letter, a Halloween card and a bunch of waaaaay belated birthday gifts. Her birthday was in April… oops.
Or maybe I should say exhausted, exhausted, exhausted. Work is pretty intense right now (and it’ll just get worse, until Christmas is over) so I’m neither sending much mail nor blogging. Or posting much on Instagram.
Today I sent a few cards via Postcrossing and Postcard United.
To Hong Kong: