KleineMoe, Norway
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  • Member since Joined 17th Feb., 2013
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  • icon my own, but my mother speaks English, German, Norwegian, a bit of Chinese
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  • icon 17th November 2012
    (9 years old)
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About Solveig...

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Hello all!

I made this account for my daughter Solveig to have beautiful pictures and fairytales from all over the world! Maybe one day she will share my passion for writing postcards and take this account over, who knows:)

Postcards we like most are postcards with fairy tales/folk tales illustrations. Most folk tales are longer than a postcard, so we would appreciate if you cold write the tale on a piece of paper and put it in an envelope with a postcard. And write some wish for the future her on the postcard:)

She is very little yet, so for now short tales are the best. Like this Russian short folk tale:

The speckled hen

Once upon a time, there was an old man and an old woman. And they had a speckled hen. The hen laid an egg, this egg was not a simple one but a golden one. The old man knocked, knocked, but couldn't break it. The old woman knocked, knocked, but couldn't break it. There came a mouse, waved with her tail, brushed against the egg, the egg fell and broke. The old man cries, the old woman cries, and the hen clucks: "Don't cry, old man, don't cry, old woman, I will lay you another egg, not a golden one but a simple one".

But we will just use long ones later:) We prefer the handwritten tale, but you could also type it and print out. If you do, we would very much like it to be decorated somehow.
If it is a some rare not well-known folk tale from your region or even family, it would be a great find! I like the idea of her being aquainted with the world through folk tales very much! If you can't find a real illustration of your tale, just find some you think would illustrate your tale best.

Please no too scary folk tales!:)

Apart from that, we would very much like some children postcards with common animals (not funny, just animals), nature (best painted, not real), dolls from different countries (not scary).

- Открытки Елизаветы Бём
- Medici Society Postcards for children
- Bramely Hedge
- Elsaesser Seasonal or Fairy Tales Postcards

So if you don't want to write a tale, just send a card:)

Thanks for reading this!

Happy postcrossing!

Olga (hildalev)

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