If we weren't on a mail-related blog, I bet I could make you believe that these stroopwafels ('syrup waffles') are real!
Alas, they are made of paper! Sent by Heleen (the Netherlands) inside an orange envelope. That way, I can keep them longer...
Say hello to that happy wafel-maker drawn on the envelope!
The stroopwafels were first made in Gouda (South Holland), and that is the city that appears on the yellow stamp. They should not be confused with the kniepertje on the other stamps! These are larger, single, usually rolled up, and typical from Drenthe, in the east of the country.