AnaKashirskaya, Belarus
  • country Belarus
  • Member since Joined 29th Aug., 2016
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  • icon 7th January 1999
    (22 years old)

About Anastasia...

Vitau (means «Hello» in the Belarusian), dear friend!
My name is Anastasia and I'm from the country of blue rivers and green forests. It’s Belarus. I'm 21 y.o. I'm a teacher for "unusual" kids.
I love music, I can't live a day without it. I like playing piano. Not perfect but I'm studying. I also try to play ukulele. I like reading, cross stitching, drawing and singing for myself.
I will like all types of cards, but I will be glad if you send me cards:
☆ coffee theme
☆ corgi and golden retriever dogs
☆ sea calfs, giraffes, elephants, jellyfishes, white bear cubs
☆ hedgehogs
☆ blue colour birds
☆ old cards from your country (especially Soviet cards)
☆ cute illustrated cards and watercolor drawings
☆ retro cars
☆ hands
☆ city night illumination
☆ metropolitan; planes
☆ teapots
☆ with famous people of your country with description and your own opinion about this person
☆ Gustav Klimt, Сlaude Monet, Jeremy Mann, Anne Marie Zilberman, Alphonse Mucha paintings
☆ handmade cards are also welcome!
Please if you can then stick to the card stickers from bananas. My hobby is to collect this stickers and already have more than 80 different ones.
If u want you can send a card to my boyfriend with the mark "For Dmitry". He likes:
- castles
- sea and ships
- history (esp. depicting some piece of the history of your native country)
- winter landscapes
- forest views
- dedicated to Scandinavia to any extent
- animals from cat family
What you can write:
☆ If you know about my country some information, give me 3 things that you can associate with Belarus.
☆ If u can then stick to the card a bus ticket/coin
☆ Your favorite poems or quotations. Or you can tell me about your favorite song and explain why
☆ Tell me about yourself and your last day
☆ You can paint something (little sketch)
DZYAKUJU (mean thank you in Belarusian)!
Happy postcrossing!:)

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