Nine years of postcrossing and I am still very excited to be a part of this wonderful experience. Can't wait to see your postcard! Some suggestions, but NOT at all limited to:
Kimono or Fan
The number "13"
Campbell Soup (I am from Camden, NJ - home of Campbell Soup!)
your country - a street, a building, facades, windows, doors, an event, beautiful scenery. . .
your art - especially watercolors
USPS/Foreign Postage stamp postcards
a holiday card at the appropriate season
old fashioned Coffee Grinders
fairytales (not Disney)
"Happy Postcrossing" postcards
Hobbit/Lord of the Rings - the original artwork - not the movie (unless it is Legalos!)
Inge Look "old ladies"
map cards - All countries and U.S. States
Nancy Drew book covers
National Parks - U.S. and other countries
old sewing machines
Toulouse-Lautrec's can-can dancers
World Heritage Sites
Just about anything, really. I have seen so many great postcards on this site. The above are just suggestions, not demands. I've received so many wonderful cards on unexpected topics. Please send me one you really like.
I am a proud mother of three grown children; a boy and two girls and my greatest joy is to spend time together with them. We are grandparents - of TWINS! - a boy and a girl born in June 2012, and granddaughters born in April 2016, October 2017 and June 2018. I enjoy travel, crafts and mystery stories - books or TV. I grew up during the "British invasion" and have a soft spot for classic rock, although I also enjoy classical (Mozart in particular), country music & some opera.
I've had the good fortune to have visited Canada, France, Geneva-Switzerland, Italy and Puerto Rico - would love to travel more.
I like getting stamps from around the world and will honor your requests for stamps, too, if you've asked for them in your profile.
If your country has a Postcrossing stamp, I would love to see one on my postcard!
And, I find I'm loving Postcrossing!
Looking forward to hearing from all of you :)
I would respectfully ask that you do not cut the front of a folded card, write on the back, place in an envelope and send it as a "postcard." I have received more than one of these and am not interested in this type of card. Thank you.
If you live in North America, please come play the NA WOTM (North America Winner of the Month) in the Forum. Send one card to last month's winner for a chance to be the new month's winner!