I’ve written about my love affair with Postcrossing before (you can do a search if you want to see my old posts) but now I may have gone a step too far. In October we painted four rooms that had previously been covered with wallpaper. All rooms look great, BUT our front room remained bare because I had not decided what to do with it. The color is okay, but I decided to get rid of the blinds and curtains so it’s been plain Jane ever since. I came up with an idea for Gage to display his train postcards in his bedroom and made the mistake of checking out Pinterest. Well, I decided to use my favorite postcards to accent our front room. It’s been fun.
This is the corner where I’ve grouped food and books and movies. I’ll reveal other spots later. So, now that I’m obsessed with getting more postcards I’m writing as many as I can (17) in hopes of getting more creative on my walls 🙂 I received three this week, only one for me but it will be added to this display.
Both cats wanted to be involved. That’s big boy Razzi up top and little Sammi looking right at you.
The beautiful bookshelves came from Annika in Stockholm, Sweden, She takes the pictures herself and has them printed as postcards. Love it!
The white postcard with the train on it came from an 4th grade class in Taiwan. Each of the kids take turns writing postcards. Ours came from Danny and he had excellent handwriting.
The other train postcard came from Alan, a retired teacher in France.
Come back next week to see another wall and postcards I’ve been lucky enough to receive.
4 thoughts on “Postcarding”
How fun! I’m always on the lookout for train postcards but have only run across one.
What a great idea. How are you hanging them up…what do you use?
I keep meaning to check out Postcrossing.
The best thing I’ve tried so far is the temporary glue dots. 60 for $2.99 at Office Max. I tried more expensive temporary adhesives but the glue dots work best.
What a neat idea, Stacy! I love the photo with your two cats. 🙂