Hello, my friends, just want to show you wonderful postcards with my artworks. This five paintings I chose for the autumn. They have a good color rendering and a comfortable size 150x210mm. I also wrote soulful phrases for each one. Hope, you’ll like them ♥️♥️♥️
💌 You can order 3 of them with the cost 10€.
💌 And all 5 with the cost 15€.
🛳 Shipping is free.
✍🏻 Write me DM if you are interested.
Друзья, у меня много раз спрашивали про открытки с моими иллюстрации. И вот, наконец, они готовы! Я пока что выбрала те, что с осенним настроением. Размер - половинка альбомного листа (150х210), плотная матовая бумага. К каждой иллюстрации я подобрала душевную фразу, надеюсь, вы оцените ♥️♥️♥️
Открытки продаются сетами:
💌 3 на выбор за 700₽
💌 Все 5 за 1000₽
🛳 Отправление бесплатно.
✍🏻 Для заказа пишите в директ.
// not my usual type of post, but when you come across gems like this, it can't be kept to oneself — i went to a flea market yesterday and perused the different stalls. what really caught my eye was the vintage #postcards , #letters , and stamps preserved from decades ago. for example, the one here is from 1921. the #penmanship from the bygone years almost serve as a time capsule, and what a loss it is to our culture today that we've left behind the art of writing and expression through letters. i picked up one postcard myself with extraordinarily preserved lettering and stamps, but that'll most likely be in a future post in due time.
more photos are on my #vsco journal - the links are in my bio! hope you're all having a lovelyyy sunday 🌞
It’s time for a giveaway! You are able to win the following stuff: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
• Two A3 posters of my work (I don’t sell them yet, so you’ll be the first to get one!) ⠀
• Two postcards of my work] • Berlin postcard (A5) • Two of my favourite fine-liners (black and white) • My favourite A6 journal • A zine filled with my illlustrations of buildings in Groningen ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
All you have to do, is: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
• Follow me;
• Like this picture;
• Tell me what your favourite holiday destination is and why; ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
• Optional: share it on your Instagram Story for an extra entry! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
You have one week to enter! I’ll announce the winner next Saturday. Thank you for your support 🥰 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #giveaway#international#win#posters#postcards#zine#illustrations#journal#creative
✨I got a bunch of these cute floral postcards today and a bunch of adorable stickers! I’m really excited about them and wanna spread some positivity via the snail mail, send me your address or the address of someone you think needs a little sunshine and I’ll send you out some cute mail for free 💞🐌
Remember my candle giveaway ends tomorrow so get your entries in, see feed for details 🌸
Incoming mail and postcards from:
Thank you all so very much for all these beautiful incomings. They really put me in the spooky mood. I'm sorry it's been a while with work and school but I'm writing when I can and your letters literally make my week. See you all in the mailbox soon, beauties. 💕
Greetings from India. Diwan Singh & Sons, Dalhousie, c. 1905. Collotype, Embossed, Divided back.
There were many kinds of "Greetings from India" postcards in the early days of postcards. This elaborate one, with an embossed border, conveying the greetings beneath a handshake, and crest of the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) was printed by Beagles Postcards. They were one of the premiere British postcard printers, and produced the card on behalf of Diwan Singh and Sons in Dalhousie Cantonment, where the regiment would have been stationed just after the turn of the century (they had been very active in the Frontier rebellions of 1897-98). The text is a plea for a message from the recipient, and reminder with the ship that the sender will be coming home some day. The red and pink flowers, the circle lightly broken by text and design, all make this a beautiful if disturbing artifact of colonialism. #britishraj#colonialism#postcard#postcards#vintagepostcard#ships#greetingsfrom#sherwoodforesters
We are celebrating our community with Postcards, "From Lakeshore with Love". Create your own postcard and write to anyone in the world and we’ll mail it to them on your behalf spreading the love for Etobicoke-Lakeshore far and wide.
This activity will be at Mimico Square, Saturday, September 28th. Learn more about this activity and all @elculturedays activities by clinking the link in our bio!