Monthly Archives: August 2013

More Cute Formed Ad Cards

The 5th Annual Tshirt Design A List Privileged Got all these through the generosity of Jonathan Blaza. 🙂

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Ad Card [Glee]

This is one of my formed Ad cards I received from a friend who got tons of ad cards. He still have much in spite he has shared thousands and thousands of them to his friends. I love formed cards … Continue reading

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My First Maxicard – Malacanang Palace [Philippines]

A maxicard of Malacanang Palace from my very own country Thank you sis Willa for sharing this with me. Got hold of your mail on yesterday, August 20, 2013.

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More Cards to Share

I feel sad that I still have so many cards that are not scanned and then shared here in my blog.  That is how busy I am.  I wish though that I have my own scanner so that I can … Continue reading

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Traveling One Hundred Thirty-Four Days!

See this card? This card travelled one hundred thirty-four days to reach me. Laura, the send sender said in her note that this is her second attempt to send me a postcard. I am thankful that at least in her … Continue reading

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One Day | Two Parcels

I was really grinning ear to ear this morning when I received two parcels of postcard.  One was from UK containing 28 postcards, and the other one is from China with 20 postcards.  The twenty-eight cards were just given out … Continue reading

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Philippine Air Force : Blue Diamonds

Emblazoned as the symbol of Filipino airmanship, the Blue Diamonds represents the loftiest in in precision aerobatic flying and showcases the Filipino aviators’ acme of faith, skill, and discipline. It skywrites the combat readiness, proficiency and strength of the entire … Continue reading

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