maandag 12 maart 2018

Birthday mail and some no longer misplaced cards


So today is my birthday! 
I was allowed to open my birthday mail
and I got some packages as well. 

This card came with some cute stickers and tea
from the Netherlands.

A simple but cute card from Belgium.


 And now to the "no longer misplaced" part
of my post. These cards arrived in Belgium 
after I left. My mom put them away in a safe place, 
and couldn't find them anymore. 
Luckily she found them in time to send with my 
birthday card, so now I have these beauties to 
enjoy today as well. 

Sent from Germany by a Dutch Postcrosser.
The date shows how long ago, haha. 

Cute Christmas wishes from the Netherlands.


Beautiful greeting card from a friend in Japan.

They really know how to make cards in Japan.

A pretty winter landscape from Finland.

 "Snow Queen"
International Christmas stamp
2017

 These stamps were on one of the packages 
I received today. 
It is a shame you can't see the metallic shine 
of the two ART stamps on the scan. 
Top right and middle:
ART POST 
set of 4, 2015
Top left:
Easter stamp
2016
Bottom:
“The Arctica miniature sheet with artwork by Erik Bruun features migratory birds that nest in the North. Arctica refers to the migration of birds that nest in the Arctic region, a phenomenon that is eagerly watched by bird enthusiasts on the shores of the Gulf of Finland, especially in the spring.
The miniature sheet contains two domestic no-value indicator stamps and two added value stamps worth €0.10 and €0.20
The €0.10 stamp portrays the long-tailed duck, which has been classified as a vulnerable species.”
2017



1 opmerking:

  1. Beautiful mail! I especially love the card from Japan with the carriage and the snow!

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