radisroseis a member from Belgium . She has been a member for over 4 years (1602 days).
Please please, no double, folded, greetings cards, postcards only. Thanks a lot :).
Also totally dreaming of Shirley Temple card. If you find one, you'll make me incredibly happy!
I'm a 33-year-old French-speaking girl who likes nail polish, reading, the seaside, big cities at night, travelling, Asia, crocheting, going to the movies...
Whenever it doesn't cost you more, I prefer the card unwritten in an envelope. I understand some people don't like to send cards this way, and I'm totally fine with written cards as well, I just collect them unwritten. I've been asked why and I don't really know, I've always done it this way, it seems so much "cleaner" and better to me.
Oh and if you can add a little note, it'd be so much better than just an ID-code on the envelope. I collect my cards unwritten but I still wanna hear about YOU.
Every card I get is received with joy, but if there is a possibility, I'd LOVE to receive a card with cooking recipes or food specialities of your country/region.
Other faves are:
-anything to do with food
-any cards from my favourites or similar to those: http://www.postcrossing.com/user/radisrose/gallery/favourites
-Books and literature
-Cards with images of women (if possible a little artsy: black and white pix or nice paintings...)
-Cards with themes relating to feminism
-Tea, coffee, wine, cocktails, soft drinks...
-Lali riddle cards
Touristic views are my least favourite cards but if it's all you can find, don't worry, I'll still be happy you took the time to send me a card.
Please no handmade, ad cards or folded greeting cards, I really don't like those.
Have a beautiful day :)