This letter has archaeology stamps! Yay :D It’s for my friend Barbara in Germany.
This is somewhat of an mail experiment for Julie M in the US. I hope it will reach her without problems.
I have two penpals named Julie living in the US, and this is for the other Julie :) I hope she likes jellyfish as much as I do.
And lastly a letter for Katrin in Germany. There is a chance she will visit me this summer :O The hype is real!
These two envelopes have gone to Toshiko in Japan.
Here’s another letter that’s headed to Japan, but this time to my penpal Yukari.
A long overdue letter to my friend Yoshi in Austria.
Three of these letters happened to end up with a magnolia stamp (the pink flower). The city I live in has quite a few magnolia trees, and it’s beautiful when they bloom in spring. I’m looking forward to get this winter over with <3
The title of the blog post is from this fun envelop that I received from my dear friend Julie M in USA. I have yet to reply to this letter, but I will soon :)
These to gorgeous envelopes are form Naoko in Japan. I especially like the second one that has som sort of shiny fibers in it. I have no clue what it is, but it’s pretty! :)
This lovely autumn postcard was sent to me from Sacco in Japan.
And this letter is from Yukari, also in Japan.
This envelope had a piece of nonsense in it, and I sent it to my BFF Cecilia here in Sweden.
This is a reply to one of the letters Katrin from Germany has sent me.
These two letters were for my friend Naoko in Japan.
I noticed as I uploaded these pictures that I have used the mushroom stamps for three of the envelopes. I really love these stamps that were released last autumn! I hope they will come up with something pretty again soon, because I think the last few stamp designs have been really boring. Just wanted to file that complaint in this not very official forum.