I hope you’re having a great weekend everyone! I am in middle of catching up on my reply pile, and I thought I’d show you some mail I’ve sent:
This cute yeti envelope that my friend Athanasia in greece designed, is going to Denise in Canda :)
Here’s another letter going to the same address :) This is for my friend Julie. The envelope is made of old wall paper that my grandma found a roll of when cleaning out her house. It’s probably from the early 1900’s. Love it! (Hope Julie like it too)
Here’s a little thank you card to Taka in Japan.
And here is another letter to Japan, to my friend Sacco. Envelope made of tissue paper and scotch tape.
And last but not least a letter to Sarah, also in Canada :)
Look what a cute sea dragon Julie in the US sent me :D Thank you for surprise postcard!
An awesome letter from my German friend Katrin :)
And this cute envelope id from Sarah in Canada!
A cute New Year’s card from Aiko in Japan :D ‘Gott nytt år’ means Happy new Year in Swedish :)
Beautiful New Year’s card from Taka in Japan! I also love the stamp. As usual, Japan knows how to design pretty stamps.
An outgoing letter to my friend Denise in Canada. For once I used a white, simple envelope, which gave me room to use a little bunch of vintage stamps instead of only two modern ones. My favourite one is probably the one with the woodpecker :)
This letter is going to Taka in Japan. Unfortunately the last letter I sent him never arrived :O :( So I am crossing my fingers that this one does! I don’t often have problems with letters not being delivered, but it’s bound to happen sometime, is it not?
I sent my dear friend Katrin in Germany a little Christmas gift, and here’s the package. Again: room for (and need for) lots of stamps! :D Modern stamps this time, but the more the merrier!
And this is a little candy swap and a letter that went to my friend Yukari in Japan. More stamps! And cute pandas :D
This adorable New Year’s card is from Sacco in Japan. It’s the Chinese zodiac. Isn’t it just lovely?
Nicolle in the US also sent me some very beautiful holiday mail. Love all the colours and stamps! Thank you!
This letter is from Naoko in japan. Such a cute air mail stamp!
And Yukari in Japan sent me sweets and stationery! It was so fun to try these! :D I’ve sent her some Swedish sweets in return. let’s see if she likes them :)