I live with my husband and 19 years old boy (He likes football and floorball) in a small village in Finland.
I like collecting stamps and postcards. So all kinds of cards are welcome, especially
- wild cats (like tigers, lions, leopards, panthers, etc.)
- bears, polar bears
- teddy bears
- paper bears
- Mickey Mouse
- Angry birds and Hockey birds
- fairy tales, children's books
- Aleksei Dolotov´s cards
- Joelle Wolff´s cards
- Jimmy Liao´s cards
- Irina Garmashova´s cards
- formula 1 /rally cars
- landscapes (nature)
- black & white cards (no buildings, Please)
- anything tea-related
- garden, gardening
- books, libraries, reading
- nostalgic adverts
- old mini cooper
- The Lord of the Rings
- knitting, crocheting
- etc ...
NO free ad-cards and religious/church cards, Please!!!
If you like to make me extremely happy, Please put a beautiful or unusual stamp on your card. Thanks.
Please do not put the card in an envelope. Save the world! We only have one Earth!
Please respect my privacy - Don´t publish the back of a postcard showing my address/message on your blog/website. Thank you very much!
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