snailorwriter:

Outgoing: Grace in VA! Getting into the Halloween spirit just a little bit.

Ooooh look what you’re getting, Grace baby! I’m jealous. crochetcrackhead

snailorwriter:

Outgoing: Emma in PA! Keeping on with my Halloween theme. Having a lot of fun with the creepy font and little ghosts! Hope she likes.

Pen pal snail mail

Hey I didn’t put any contact info in my last message haha
Anyone want a ditzy snail mail pen pal? I’m female from South London England would like to send pretty letters and things
I like cats pop punk and watching things on Netflix and country cottage chic pretty things
I can be contacted on tumblr I’m pixieamanda or facebook Amanda.smithers87 or email pixieamandajayne@gmail.com

graceoffcenter:

Best friends send handmade cards with Jimi Hendrix stamps and an extra scrap of yarn for the blanket you’re crocheting aloevulpes welovesnailmail sweetsucculents

Name: Mohamed Shimran
Age: 17 (Born in 1996 November 27)
Country: srilanka
Gender: Male
Languages: Tamil and English
Interests/Hobbies: watching movies, browsing the internet, dreaming

Personal message:

-I am a school dropout because I failed in exams

-Speaking honestly I don’t have friends in real I mean in where I live so I spend some time to see if I can be someones friend at least online.

-I am Muslim by religion and Tamil by race, I respect all the religions and races..

—If you want to know about my family, I have a brother and a father Hmmm yes I don’t have a mother; my mother died when I was 6 years and I grew up all by myself.

—I really love learning, and take the opportunity to educate myself on anything that sparks my interest. I like learning about people, too; I’m much friendlier than I appear, In reality, I’m a very loyal and caring friend with a genuine interest in getting to know new people, as well as new things.

Contact info:

My address is :
Mohamed Shimran
No.221/B, Kandy Road
Mawanella 71500
Sri Lanka

Email is :
mohamedshimran@ymail.com

Phone number is (for WhatsApp & Viber ) :
+94756342656

Snapchat : chennaite

KakaoTalk : shimran1127

Thank you :)

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sweetsucculents:

Here it is, the moment you’ve been waiting for! Time to spread the succulent love.

To thank my nearly 4k followers I am doing 3 large give away boxes this time! AND if I reach 5k followers by the end of the give away, I will pick 3 more winners!

Each box will be loaded down with succulents…

vintage camera themed envelope. trying to get back into the swing of pen palling after a very busy summer.

My names is Jason. I’m 18 years old and I live in Rhode Island.
  • About: I’m vegetarian. I’m Sagittarius and artist. I love The Beatles, and dogs! Spring is my favourite season. I’m an only child. I’m FTM transgender but only identify as a gay male. I will write to anybody! I have a tattoo on my wrist that says peace in braille, and rainbow gauges in my ears. I love fast food, tie dying, decorating my room, shopping online and off (but mostly online), cuddling with my Cockapoo named Mickey, collecting rings/trinkets, throwing parties, eating candy, making things, ordering free samples, fashion, can’t cook to save my life, Netflix, crafts, clubbing, and making people laugh, I am generous and enjoy Oldies. Green is my favourite colour. Halloween is my favourite holiday. I’m addicted to playing Kardashian on my Ipod and just recently using Instagram.
  • My favourite foods are mangos, 99 Restaurant, Dominoes pizza, pickles, Pinkberry/Froyo World & Auntie Annies.
  • My favourite movies and TV shows are Juno, Aquamarine, The Office, The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, Investigation Discovery, Bojack Horseman, Bates Motel, Bob’s Burgers, & Dateline.
  • My favourite books are The Catcher In The Rye, It’s Kind Of a Funny Story, & Life As we Knew it.
  • My favourite quotes are:
  1. "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  2. "If you wait to tell someone you love them, it’s too late." -Paul McCartney
  3. "If you don’t shoot, you don’t score."
  4. "It’s all okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end."
  5. "And in the end, the love you take, is equal to the love you make." -Paul McCartney

Looking for:

• Pen Pals
• Art Pals
• Package Pals
• Snail Mail
  • If you literally like anything I like email me and we can get this party started! I have no age requirements nor country requirements, I enjoy using stamps lol. What I expect from a penpal is LGBTQA respect and a consistency to correspondence. But I seriously love meeting new people with different interests and writing to them, so if you are interested hit me up! (jbartlett1 @ my . ccri . edu)

estherdstanford:

Typed my reply to Vanessa on vellum with my electric typewriter. Love how it looks! 

stephdart:

Hey! A video! I’ve made 3 more packing tape collage postcards since the first one yesterday - it’s quickly become my new favorite way to use up scraps - and thought I might as well take of video of the process. Here are the steps:

  1. Make a backing sheet using pieces of packing tape. I slightly overlap 3 pieces of packing tape, about 6” in length each. The packing tape I used is the heavier stuff - it cooperates way better than the cheap, super-flimsy stuff.
  2. With the sticky side up, start layering stuff on the backing. Remember that the point is to have a collage showing front and back, so place some pieces face down, use double-sided things, etc. This is a really great technique for things that are usually tricky to glue, like paper doilies, glossy/plastic bits, punch waste and fussy die-cuts. Tips from experience: add some heavy weight pieces of paper to bolster the weight of the postcard (especially around the edges) and use stickers/deco tape to tack layers in place as you go.
  3. Add address labels (and write a note, w/e). DO NOT add postage until AFTER the next step (postage that is covered in tape is void).
  4. Seal the collage by CAREFULLY covering it with more pieces of packing tape, overlapping as in the first step. Burnish the heck out of it to make sure everything is attached nicely and to help push out any air bubbles. Trim the edges all around.
  5. Add postage and mail away!