Australian rose on a postcard from the Netherlands (?!). Aren't we driving crazy the post office workers?
(I published these two below last year, but please, let me post them again to complete the collection...)
Update: I added this post to Sunday Stamps #170, with the theme Flowers.
Yes, it's passed midnight so it's April 23rd.... Happy Sant Jordi's Day, Eva! Also for you Feliç Diada de Sant Jordi! Per molts anys!! :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Heleen! And also thank you for publishing the cards :DDelete
And Thank You!!!ReplyDelete
I'll post it tomorrow. Many thinks to show in Sant Jordi's Day!Delete
Hahahhaa, I have never even think of putting different country's stamp to my cards. What? I mean. How is that possible? :D LOL.ReplyDelete
I think she put the right stamp plus this one. But maybe it could work anyway... :DDelete
Yep, I didn't dare to not add the right Dutch postage, too (as I didn't want the rose - specially picked for Hawwa - to get lost).ReplyDelete
But maybe we could have a try next time :-)
Oh, no, please: I need your letters to reach my mailbox! :DDelete
I'm always pleased to see roses.ReplyDelete
i like it how you have chosen one kind of flower from different countries :) roses are always a pleasure to seeReplyDelete
I've seen the Finnish rose before, but none of the others. I think I can almost smell them!ReplyDelete
Lovely roses! Aus stamp on a Netherlands stamp??? I am confused.ReplyDelete
ANyway thank you for joining us.
I think the post office workers got a bit of confusion too... But the postcard arrived anyway!Delete
I was a bit puzzled at the first image and wasn't sure if I was seeing things right, but then I read your comment below, so...odd indeed...though now I think of those chain-postcards stuff and I wonder how post office workers feel when they see such thing :)ReplyDelete
I love the predominant red colour in the post :)
I wonder whether there was enough Netherlands postage without counting the Australian stamp.ReplyDelete
Yes, it was. So the postcard arrived!Delete