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stellaerrans, Netherlands


(or Patrizia) is a member in Netherlands . She has been a member for over 4 years (1,502 days).
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  • Distance sent: 344,565 miles
  • Last seen: about 2 hours ago
  • Languages: English, Italian, Dutch, French, Spanish
  • Birthday: 7th November
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 52.17, Lon: 5.29 | Google Maps

About Patrizia...

My name is Patrizia and I live in a small town in the Netherlands. I am a paper artist, I work with mixed media and I like collages made with beautiful new or recycled/old paper.

I love cooking, scrapbooking, classic music, poetry, books... I am the proud owner of a Little Free Library.

I collect post stamps with portraits of women and paintings, bookmarks and die cut vintage paper scraps ( poezieplaatjes, cromos troquelados).

I expecially collect cards about books and reading! If you are on Facebook:

I like naked postcards as well as greeting cards in an envelope.
I love to read about you, your thoughts on life, art and love, that's why I also like to receive cards in an envelope, there is more space to write : )
If you don't know what to write send me a short poem or a beautiful quote!

Every card is welcome but if possible please do not send tourists cards.

My favourite themes are:

- books, reading, libraries
- reading women
- illustrations by Jane Ray
- classic fairytales illustrations (no Disney)
- Vogue covers
- Tarot cards
- steampunk
- spiral staircases
- mermaids (no cartoons)
- letters, post, writing
- cooking and baking
- hanging the wash
- ironing, cleaning the house
- ladies drinking tea or coffee
- bread

If possible send your card in an envelope so that I can cut out the poststamp for my collection. Thank you!