In the past two weeks, I have received some really nice cards, stamps, and messages that I would like to share with you.
My second card from Austria is a beautiful night view from J., the mother of a one-year-old girl.
It was accompanied by this interesting stamp of the Schindler Chase House:
O. from Kiev sent this card, Tea still life by Oksana Nazarchuk:
along with this European Beech stamp from 2012:
I let out a little gasp when I saw this next card from E. in Enschede, the Netherlands. Isn’t it lovely?
I love the colors and clarity and yes, the cuteness of this card. I like the rectangular shape too.
On the same day, this card arrived from M. in Regensburg, Germany. I have a thing for the Atelier Nouvelles Images multiples with the labels, so it was a pleasure to get these butterflies:
I was really chuffed to receive two jazz-related cards from the US on the same day.
First, “Sweethearts of Rhythm” from C. in Massachussets:
And a John Coltrane album cover from M. in Texas:
which came with these great stamps:
This beautiful bird on a nice square card comes from P. in the Netherlands. I don’t know what kind of bird it is, so if anyone knows, please enlighten me.
P. wrote about her 2 cats, 5 fish, and 26 exotic birds!
The stamps P. used are new to me and I really appreciate them:
R., from St Petersburg sent this “missing reader” card, and speculated that it might be an old man:
And F. from Hong Kong sent this view of old Beijing:
with these lovely bird stamps:
Finally, today I received my first official (but only my second) Inge Look card from Espoo. These old ladies are growing on me:
P. was also kind enough to use a winter/holiday stamp to match the card:
Thanks to all the senders for the great cards.