Postcardit4U, Australia
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About Jennifer...

SWAP means "here's our postal address": ≧◠‿●‿◠≦

Brian & Jennifer Baulch
5 Waldemar Street
Wendouree VIC 3355

G'day fellow postcrossers around the globe!

Great to be part of sharing something we love to do in the digital age or information age (kudos to the site owner)!

We're a couple from "Down Under" with a beautiful, affectionate feline. She sneaks to sleep with us on the couch or work with us on our computer. We love to do things together. My husband calls me QUEENTULIP because it's my favourite tulip flower. I reciprocate my husband as BUTTERFLY.

We appreciate and grateful for any postcards, anything that would represent your local, country, culture, art, tourism, wildlife, indigenous, etc. Share us your "unique you", unique place, etc. we collect them all, why not? :) We'll favourite them too and do register when we receive.

We loved to customize our greeting cards or postcards, and you will receive what we photoshoot in Australia locally, something that represents FAIRDINKUM DINKY AUSSIE :) - We are a current distributor of personalizing cards. We customize it digitally with real stamp & real handwriting craft encoded in the shop system then we send it online "professionally like a normal postcard" printed via - Distributors and Customers are welcome, if you are interested you can try it for free.

We do love to meet new friends and share something about life in general. Please say "hello" in your language or dialect when you happen to postcard us so I will try to memorize it. We also collect local postcards from city and country we visit even before we got married; so Postcrossing comes more in handy.

Recharging One Life at A Time,
Jennifer & Brian Baulch

Instagram: @fusiontourism @queenofthenighttulip
Twitter: @jenniferRbaulch and @fusiontourism

PS. Sorry for those cards you intentionally sent to us but did not reach us according to some emails I received and some force me to register it even if we did not receive any?
Secondly, I experienced that even if you send postcards in one lot, I have not received any postcard at all.
Thirdly, NOT ALL CARDS we have sent are registered...whether they are lost or the receiver did not appreciate it.

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