melissamack, Australia
  • country Australia
  • Member since Joined 18th Apr., 2014
  • icon Seen about 7 hours ago

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About Melissa...

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!

*bees and honey
*hearts in nature
*pink, purple or yellow flowers
*tea cups, teapots
*Cicely Mary Barker flower fairies
*vintage books
*mail boxes
*art deco/art nouveau
*letters, inkwells, old typewriters etc
*sewing paraphernalia
*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
*vintage fashions
*paintings with women in red dresses, pink dresses, green dresses or yellow dresses
*any cards that are pink or purple
*Postal Love cards...I finally got some Australia ones to send so it'd be nice to start a collection (I have France, Japan, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic, UK, Croatia, Poland, USA, Malta, Latvia 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

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