Saturday, 9 May 2009

Israel Mapcard


I am not much of a mapcard fan but this one is amazing. It was sent from Israel by pam korsover a while back and the colours are incredible. It's very cute and childlike, don't you think?

4 comments:

  1. According to the scale on the map, some of those people are 50 or 60 kilometers tall! :)

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  2. Hello from Pakistan!
    Happy Postcard-Crossing Friendship!!!

    You have a very nice collection here.

    I am Cheema from Pakistan. I am a new postcrosser at postcrossing.com site. I have also made a couple of beautiful blogs promoting my hobbies and sharing my collection.

    My postcrossing's profile can be seen at:
    http://www.postcrossing.com/user/cheema

    At the moment, I am interested in Blog link exchange. If interested, you can add my blog to your postcrossers list and leave me a message at faisalcheema44@gmail.com or leave a comment on my blog http://mycoolpostcardcollection.blogspot.com/

    I am also interested in swapping postcards with world UNESCO heritage site from your country. Can you send me any such card? At the moment (25 Apr 2009), I donot have any UNESCO site card from anywhere so all are welcome. Afterwards it will be selected cards which I would be missing. If its possible please send me the name of the site in your message and we can go ahead with our swap.

    In return I can send you a nice postcard with beautiful landscape or UNESCO heritage sites from Pakistan - which I think will be a nice addition in your collection?

    So are you interested....???

    Waiting anxiously for your kind reply
    Best Regards
    Yours Cheema

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  3. hey..i am pam korsover from israel and i sent the card...i dont remember sending it though. one of my daughters thought that she is interested in starting a postcard collection. do you have any tips for her? how can we get her started so she can have an amazing collection as well?

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