February 26, 2016

Pipsticks postcards


Just a little weekend inspiration from Xinning! These cats and orchids are just for you 🙂 I’m drooling over those Malaysian stamps and wishing that I had more time to devote to snail mail these days.

If I did, I would get going on my account with Post Crossing, an awesome site that connects you with other snail mail lovers. You swap post cards with other people around the world.

Have you heard about it? If so, do you recommend it? What are you doing with your Pipsticks postcards?



3 thoughts on “Pipsticks postcards”

  1. I love PostCrossing! It’s so fun to get the postcards. Sending them out is a commitment-especially with the cost of stamps.
    We use our pipsticks postcards to send out to family for some surprise mail. I let my kids draw and put stickers on them and then I write a message for them. Definitely one of best things about the sticker pack…besides the newsletter…and the quote card…oh wait, everything about the sticker pack is awesome!!!

  2. I just recently joined postcrossing about a month ago. I am already addicted and my only complaint is that I can’t send and receive the postcards fast enough 🙂 I wish I had found postcrossing earlier in life. I think it can be a great way to learn about other cultures and brush up on geography.

  3. I have been involved in Postcrossing for over a year and I love it! Its so cool to get postcards from all over the world. Every time one shows up in my mailbox I get a smile on my face!

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