a stack of new postcards

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postcrossing, postcards

I bought a stack of new postcards from Puregold, the last time me + the little man went there for some errands. What I love best about these postcards is that I don’t get to see them elsewhere. So, I guess, these makes for perfect meet-up postcards! I shall be meeting my fellow postcrossers on Sunday at the UP Bonsai Gardens + I will have these cards signed. I shall be sending them to my other postcrosser friends who were not able to make it to the postcrossing meet-up themselves. 😉

These big postcards retail at P15 each so I spent about P250 for this lot. If I can simply afford it, I’d really buy a bulk of these postcards, am sure I will find a lot of good use for them + I am sure a lot of people would love to swap with them, too! If only they sell it at wholesale price, am sure I might’ve gotten most of what they have on stock. It sure saves you a lot if you practice the habit of buying in bulk, right? Oh well, maybe I should start the habit + check out MyLeather.com for wholesale clothes now! 😉

Update:

I was not able to make it to our Postcrossing Meet-up due to the inclement weather, so I am now left with a number of postcards in hand. If you happen to be interested to swap with any of them, do not hesitate to contact me, right? I’d love to trade them for map cards or any beautiful card from your place!

2 thoughts on “a stack of new postcards

  1. Roselyn

    Hi Ate Vix! I was wondering in which branch of Puregold were you able to get these cards. Also, maybe you can tell me who the publisher is baka sakali I can get the cards cheaper from them? Thank you!

    Kung may natira ka pa though, baka we can swap blank cards 😀

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    1. musings on meanderings Post author

      Hello there, Roselyn! I’ve replied to your message in Facebook. With regards to the publisher, I’ll go take a look + will let you know ha? I have a number of them on stock + I’d love to swap them with blank cards! 🙂

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