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gingertee, Canada

gingertee

is a member in Canada . She has been a member for over 1 year (382 days).
20 sent 21 received


  • Distance sent: 89,606 miles
  • Last seen: 21 minutes ago
  • Languages: English, Mandarin Chinese
  • Birthday: 19th September
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 43.87, Lon: -79.27 | Google Maps

About gingertee...


Hello, I am from a small city in Canada near Toronto. I enjoy reading, writing, drawing, listening and discovering different types of music, and learning about history and random facts.

If possible, a picture depicting:
-your hometown or your country
-politics, political leaders (all around the world past or present)
-propaganda posters
-nature/landscapes
-art (all sorts but paintings you would find in a museum would be lovely)
-dancing
-pastries, desserts, sweets
-recipe cards for desserts
-black and white photography/art
-fashion
-ballet
-fairy tales
-vintage style
-something artsy
-Something intricate, elegant and detailed
-Miffy
-pictures of people in your national or traditional clothing .
-a whimsical or dreamlike picture
-wintry scenes
-rainy scenes

would be very much appreciated but not necessary.

A look in my favourites can also give you an idea of what I like.

It would be preferred if you could fill up the card with writing. You could write about your country history, random facts about yourself or about your country, something funny you heard/witnessed, something interesting that happened to you... The writing on the card is just as important as the picture.

Or/And draw a plant on the backside of the card. Yes a plant. It can be a tulip, hydrangeas, strawberry plants, an aloe plant... just any plant.

Also, if you happen to know Chinese, you can you write in this language on the card.

Please write the date on the postcard when you send it out.

Thank you, and have a nice day!