Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Some cards I've sent recently

I’m back!  This first post shows a few of those cards that I have sent out recently.

A selection of cards to an American friend –

To 7 year old Jannic in Germany –

To Kinga in Poland who likes dogs –

And a doggy stamp as well –

To Ashley in Canada who likes fashion – a fashion plate showing summer fashions 1836 from Benjamin Read, a London tailor.  The setting is the Colisseum in Regent’s Park opened in 1832.

 And a Norman Hartnell stamp –

A traditional Liverpool view for Kris in The Netherlands -

Anna in Belarus had her card in an envelope –

Because she asked for a couple of coins, if possible –

The card to Anna who likes wildlife –

Heleen in The Netherlands is collecting post that shows Doctors in mailart and how one feels about them –

One of the latest issue of butterfly stamps went on Heleen’s card –

Another went on this next card, together with a butterfly stamp from the 1980s –

This card went to another friend.  It’s the sort of card I would love to receive myself (click on it to enlarge it if you wish) -


Once I saw this card I knew immediately who I had to send it to –

My next post will show some of the dozens I have received since the beginning of June when I was too ill to post; but not too ill to appreciate the cards.


  1. Thank you very much for your Doctor-in-Mail-Art mail, it arrived well and I love it (and love the butterly stamp as well)!

  2. These are wonderful. You have a great talent for finding and sending cards to people, knowing what the receiver likes.


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