Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Incoming (Non-Postcrossing) Mail Weeks #50-53 (pt. 2)

The second and last part of my incoming mail during December - the last incoming mails from 2015. :) Now let's get back to mailing out and receiving mail in 2016! :)

Letters

from Lizz, Canada
Heard from her again after years :D

from Annika, Germany
Christmascards from Friends

from my best friend

from Niina

from Janita

from Satu

Christmascards from Penpals

from Marjut, Finland

from Emma, Finland

from Memi, Thailand

from Rini, USA

from Alexis, USA

from Jen, USA

from Lotte, Belgium

from Tessa, Austria/Ukraine

from Yulia, Russia

from Josiane, France

from Amy, England

from Jemma, England

from Kitty, Germany

from Alex, Germany

from Isabell, Germany

from Lisa, Germany

from Christine, Germany

Other postcards

from Marjut, Finland

from Marjut, Finland

from Marjut, Finland

from Marjut, Finland

from Marjut, Finland

from Lisa, Germany

from Lisa, Germany

from Lisa, Germany

from mum and dad during their trip to Rome - they also visited the Vatican and sent this pretty postcard. My cat got a postcard from Rome :')

Stamp from the Vatican!

Nami Island South Korea - Metasequoia Lane
sent by Memi (Thailand) during her trip to South Korea :3
Postcard Nasse (my cat) received

I'm actually jealous of my cat now! Such a pretty card from Rome!

Swaps
All from one and the same Chinese swapper who had the cutest postcards to offer. If I could I'd swap all of her postcards :3









Take care!
~Lily

4 comments:

  1. Nuo Muumit on ihania! Olen itse saanut pari noista. Osaatko sanoa, onko ne jonkun itse teettämiä? Eivät muistaakseni ole ihan "tavallista" postikorttikartonkia. Kiinasta/Taiwanista/Hong Kongista ne taitaa suurin osa tulla...

    Sinäkin olet saanut kirjeen piiitkästä aikaa joltakin, heh. Herättääköhän uusi vuosi vanhojen harrastusten pariin? ;)

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    1. Noi on takaata sen verran hyvän näköisiä, että veikkaan jonkun myyvän niitä netissä.. Ainakaan ei ole ihan itse teetettyjä kun tausta on värikkäämpi ja siellä lukee "postcard". Yleensä kun Kiinasta on tullu itseprintattuja kortteja tausta on ollut ihan valkonen :)

      Joo! Selvästikin 2015 loppu/2016 alku on saanut ihmiset palaaman vanhojen harrastusten pariin, parilta vanhalta kirjekaverilta tuli ihan viestejä että voisiko taas kirjoitella ja suostuin heti, kun "ero" tuli kiireiden takia eikä siksi ettei hyvää yhteyttä olis ollut :)

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  2. why did you get a card showing the UNESCO sight of Essen from Finland? xD

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    1. I think I got the card from someone via Postcrossing and sent it to Marjut to be written in 2013-2014.. She now managed to write it and send back in an envelope :D If I had hold on to it for a while longer I would have surely sent it to you to be written ;)

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