I received a nice handmade postcard, but unfortunately I lost the envelope where you wrote down the ID. Whoever sent the card, please send me the ID so I can register your card. Sorry about that!
I am an Indonesian living in the USA. I am a postcard lover. Before internet and email, I used to correspond by sending snail mails and was a member of an international pen pal. I am missing stamped and hand written letters. When I heard about postcrossing, I was very excited to join.
I love and really enjoy exchanging postcards with people around the globe. I would love to hear your postcard and snailmail story.
All cards are welcome!
If you are a crafter, you feel like making and sending me your own, give it a shot. I love handmade ones. There is no right or wrong in art, it is only a beautiful oops. There you go! Please make a standard postcard size 10 x 15 cm, so I can keep them in an album because your arts are special, thank you!
Other cards that will put a big smile on my face :
Inge Look, The Old ladies
Let's have fun!!!
When you write the ID number, please write it down on the right upper corner. That way the post office barcode will not overlap your handwritten ID #.
I received a nice card from Masami Maehara in Japan with no ID #.
Masami, if you see this note, please contact me and I will register your card.