A couple of Dutch postcrossers, one of whom works in a hospital, sent this clever postcard. All of the design elements peel off to turn your mouse into an ambulance. On the back of the card, the couple attached a mini-photo of a wren they sighted on a walk the day they sent the card. A red letter day for me.
Friday, June 26, 2009
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Fabulous, fabulous stamps from a Finnish postcrosser who used a vintage (well, pre-euro) stamp of midsummer roses on a vintage postcard. The charming stamp of the little girl blowing a traditional birch bark horn, once used by cowherds, is more recent but looks vintage.
Love the Yiching pot in these stamps from a Chinese postcrosser.
A Czech postcrosser sent this nifty selection of stamps.
Google tells me that Arrowtown is an old gold mining town, known for its spectacular scenery.
The striking design of this Polish stamp celebrates astronomy.
Love these stamps from Croatia.
And these familiar ones from Brasil.
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Monday, June 15, 2009
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A view of Prague's famed Loreto, embellished with straw elements from a Czech Christmas ornament and a stamp by a printmaker named Anna Khunova. A large print by her hangs in the living room, a smaller one in the back bedroom.
Venetian Prague, with canal, seaweed, beach glass, glitter falling from the sky, and a Tiffany stamp.
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