^ Daydream Nation
I am sorry for the crazy length of this post, I should really do these posts more often so they're not so long! I have received some gorgeous things lately;
^ Carissa, who lives not far from my home town, sent me an excellent package - so full of excellent papery goodies and miscellanea and chocolates :D Thank you kindly lady!
^ I was lucky enough to win Pip's giveaway and received a lovely bundle of handmade jewellery from her Etsy store. I adore her branding/packaging.
^ Lovely Christmas gifts from my sister - bright red kitchen canisters and vintage salt and pepper shakers.
^ An adorable Christmas card from Carly.
^ A postcard from the creator of Ask Alice Stationery, Sass.
^ I bought these great collage postcards from Vantiani on Etsy.
^ Wonderful papery things from my penpal Malu in the Philippines.
^ Another wonderful letter from Jaza in Argentina.
^ I was so glad to hear from lovely Caiti again after she's been moving around a bit.
^ An awesome postcard from Linsey.
^ My friend Soph sent me the cutest little mail themed brooches. Too good!
^ C's brother and sister-in-law sent me these excellent salt and pepper shakers.
^ An amazing gift from Carly. I was so glad it wasn't damaged at all in the post - it is so precious!
^ A little blue letter from Samantha in the UK.
^ Paul in Portland sent me this very creatively assembled letter shaped like a key in a lock.
^ One of the coolest Christmas cards I've ever received, from Olivia in Montreal.
^ Sweet letters from Kiyasu.
^ Garci catered to my pop tart love and sent me an excellent handmade postcard.
^ An excellent bit of mail art from Jessica in Canada.
^ A fun postcard from Missive Maven - I'll definitely join you for waffles and wine :D (I should mention that I've never had waffles before!)
^ An excellent Christmas card from Diana. She's not very well at the moment and she's the least deserving person for such pain and discomfort - get well soon lady :(
^ Another beautiful Christmas card, sent from Sophie in Melbourne.
^ A lovely note from Rokia.
^ Gorgeous red mail art and red papery things from Kerrod in Western Australia.