Joining #PostCircle

A couple of months ago I decided to give #PostCircle a try as I liked the idea of having penpals. 

I’m so glad I did as the people I’ve been writing to are so interesting.

I got these postcards from Boston

Some pretty nice cards from my penpals too

Below is hanging one of them made for me. To find other crafty people like myself is great but I’m also bowled over by their generosity 

 Joining #PostCircle has been so rewarding and you can’t beat happy post!!


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Rachel
    May 03, 2015 @ 17:51:36

    Wow! This sounds like such a great idea. It’s nice you found lovely people to get to know. 🙂


  2. Hannah Ackroyd
    May 05, 2015 @ 08:10:34

    I’m glad you are enjoying #Postcircle! I’m so behind on my replies! I need to get busy with them this week!


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