Hello from Australia!
I can't wait to receive your postcard!
My name is Melissa and I live in rural New South Wales with my two feline babies Lulu and Clementine. I love coming home to find new postcards from around the world - it's such a treat! My favourites are a mixture of cards I have received and cards I have seen in the gallery. It doesn't matter what card you send, I appreciate every one. I'm not fussy about the type of postcard, I just want to get mail!
Tell me about interesting, unique places from your area or country. I may get to travel there one day!
I love travelling, photography, movies, history, quilting, reading, art and collecting vintage china.
Here's a list of things I like if you have any that suit but again, I'm happy to receive any!
A new type of postcard I'm looking for this year are those that have a single decorative letter of the alphabet. I'd love to get one from A to Z!
*bees and honey
*hearts in nature
*pink, purple or yellow flowers
*tea cups, teapots
*Cicely Mary Barker flower fairies
*art deco/art nouveau
*letters, inkwells, old typewriters etc
*English kings and queens (especially Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I)
*inspirational and fun quotes
*art cards from galleries
*US state map cards or the Greetings from series with the big letters saying the state name
*black and white cats
*paintings with women in red dresses, pink dresses, green dresses or yellow dresses
*any cards that are pink or purple
*Postal Love GF cards...I finally got some Australia ones to send so it'd be nice to start a collection (I have New Zealand, Estonia, France, Japan, Austria, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Czech Republic, UK, Croatia, Poland, USA, Malta, Latvia, Taiwan and Ukraine now!)
Looking forward to receiving your postcard...
Please note that I register all postcards the day I receive them. If I haven't registered your postcard, it's because it hasn't arrived. I don't think it's fair to be contacted by people asking to register their postcard just because it's close to expiring or has expired. Lost postcards are a sad thing but it's a risk we take as we send them off into the world.
18/4/15 (1 year) - 116 sent, 114 received
18/4/16 (2 years) - 342 sent, 338 received
18/4/17 (3 years) - 586 sent, 581 received
18/4/18 (4 years) - 861 sent, 869 received
18/4/19 (5 years) - 1173 sent, 1184 received
18/4/20 (6 years) - 1547 sent, 1557 received
18/4/21 (7 years) - 1969 sent, 1923 received
18/4/22 (8 years) - 2461 sent, 2438 received