Snail Mail

March 2019 – Outgoing Snail Mail

     Hello everyone, hope you’re all doing well.

    It’s time for my monthly outgoing mail post today although it is a bit of a short one this time round. I didn’t send out any lovely big packages in March or elaborate pieces of mail art but I tipped away at things with a letter here, a birthday card there and a handful of belated St. Patrick’s Day cards along the way.

     I did decorate and prep all the envelopes around the same time so they all look very similar but I do like the simple decoration every now and again.

     I had fun with the stamps though – it being spring, it’s a good time of year to make use of the bee stamps and I love the weather stamp that came out recently. I’d been wanting a stamp with blue and green colours and I love the fact that it’s got weather words (a.k.a. different words for rain) in both English and Irish all over it.

     So that’s it for my outgoing mail from March – question: favourite stamp from my March selection?

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5 thoughts on “March 2019 – Outgoing Snail Mail

  1. Omg I love your return address labels. I am obsessed with all things sloth related. The bee stamps are super cute. I collected stamps once upon a time, but it got cut when I had to weed out some hobbies. It’s taking all my will power not to ask you for a swap to get some of those. 😝

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    1. Well if you ever do I’m always open for a swap. Hell, don’t even need to do a swap – I’m always happy to just send even a postcard if you want to see those lovely bee stamps in person ^-^

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