I potted a few of my favorite plants in postcard pots.
My pony tail plants heart them too.
As does my mother-in-law's tongue, allowing me to segue into describing the delight I find in new postcards. I bought another can yesterday. They're for the birds.
Oh! And, thanks to The Missive Maven, I have two new address stamps. They are from Paperwinks. I liked hers, so I checked out their product.
I rather like this message. Hope the recipient does also.
I'm researching the subject. Of postcards, I mean. I'm curious to learn of its origins. Aren't you? For instance, this little bit comes fromWikipedia:
"The first commercially produced card was created in 1861 by John P. Charlton of Philadelphia, who patented a postal card, selling the rights to H. L. Lipman, whose postcards, complete with a decorated border, were labeled "Lipman's postal card." These cards had no images. In Britain postcards without images were issued by Post Office, and were printed with a stamp as part of the design, which was included in the price of purchase."
Lipman's postal card. Really? I'm off to dig around in a pile of history. Write 'cha later!