Monday, April 8, 2013

Meet the New Members Of The Pacific Postcard Team Part 6

Before I start Part 6 of Meet the New Members of the Pacific Postcards Team I just want to give everyone another reminder. We are having our 2nd Annual Postcard Swap (exchange) in celebration of NPCW, National Postcard Week, May 5th - 11th. You do not have to be a member to join in this fun activity and aside from the actual cost of postcards and postage there is no charges or fees. For more information please go to posting:

Welcome to the members of the Pacific Postcards Team!  I really appreciate you taking the time to join our group and I hope you find it of value and enjoy being a part of it.

Help me welcome:
Blue Willow Farm
Blue Willow
"Welcome to my new mixed media shop with digital and photographic prints and hopefully soon some canvas originals. You will find many vintage images depicting animals and the bond between dogs and their people as well as other images for your mixed media art and collage." ~Blue Willow Farm
Antiquarian Memories
Charity Adams
"I'm mostly a stay at home who loves crafting and finding vintage and antique items. This is my second etsy store featuring some of the great finds of vintage to antique quality. My other shop is located here at" ~Charity Adams
"Originally from Ohio, my family and I relocated to Idaho in the summer of 2010. Because of relocating, I had to leave behind a beloved job working with youth who got involved with drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and truancy. While in the proces of getting settled in a new place, I became involved with Swap-bot and Postcrossing. Having always adored all things postal (that does not include bills) I began making postcards out of cereal boxes and scrapbook materials. Not having much of a budget to buy craft supplies (3 kids = no craft budget), I began looking around at found items and garage sale finds. It became a game to see what I could do with what I have. Now I find that I just adore crafting postcards and hope to add to the collections of others as I add to my own collection.

I am also an avid book fan. Love to read 'em. Collect 'em. And now venturing into the world of making them and/or making things from them. My newest regular employment is at our little town's library. One of my responsibilities at Star Library is to collect materials that are donated to the Friends of the Library and to curate an ongoing book sale to raise money for the children's programs. There are always books coming in that are damaged and others that have sat around waiting to be purchased that never will be. I am the Island for unwanted books. They are being refurbished into works of art for all to enjoy. Hopefully soon, there will be some of those "friends" who end up here in Etsy! " ~Bonnie


Lukas Murphy

"Welcome to Family Tree Antiques & Collectibles, featuring researched photographs and ancestral objects. My dedication to genealogy research will soon be available in my shop for purchase. Sample research is already visible in many of the Identified photos and objects.

As an avid genealogist, I feel the need to return identified photos to descendants. My very fist Etsy sale was one such case, and I hope the tradition continues. I will of course have many unidentified photos and items from auctions as well that I will sell and post in unidentified categories.

As a constant student I am always looking for something new to learn my recent endeavors have included Appalachian studies, A study of Appalachian music migration from Eastern Kentucky to Dayton, Ohio, Increasing my stringed instrument skills, Singing in a professional choir, permaculture and sustainable food production, 19th century farming skills and many more. Of course I am also doing some sort of Genealogy research every day.

Thank you for your interest in myself and Family Tree Antiques, please contact me with any questions, comments or feedback.

If you would like to follow my blog...

Have a great day!" ~Lukas Murphy
LA French Photography
Lisa Ann
"Welcome to LA French Photography... Every item is captured and handcrafted by me, Lisa, here at La French Studio.

Some small marks in my hand-stamping (such as the backs of the postcards), adds character to the handmade product and some are intentional. Any minor imperfections you may notice make unique handmade items.

Items colors can vary from screen to screen." ~Lisa Ann French

All images © 2003-2012 Lisa Ann French - Schontzler

She Finds Vintage
Alana Robson
"An ever changing selection of vintage toys, Games, knick knacks and even vintage fashion.
***I do combine shipping so if you are interested in multiple items please feel welcome to ask for a quote. Items like figurines commonly can be shipped 2 for the price of 1 or even better.***" ~Alana Robson

"I've been buying and selling vintage and antique goods since the 1960's. After almost fifty years I finally accumulated so many paper items that I decided to open a separate shop just to sell paper collectibles.

Also, please visit my other shop which sells all types of vintage and antique goods." ~Lloyd Christopher
"Hello, welcome to my shop!

I'm Monique, living in the Netherlands in a small village.
In primaryschool I got one stamp, when I finished a test\assignment with good results. When I had 10 stamps, I got a beautifull card. Today these cards are vintage and now I'm selling them and others which I find on fleamarkets and other locations.

Enjoy those great cards and my other vintage treasures.
Please contact me if you have any questions!"~Monique

If you are interested on becoming a member of the Pacific Postcards Team please go to this link and click "Apply."

We have 2 different memberships: one is a general membership, for those who love postcards and collecting postcards and the other is designed for shops with at least 25% of their
items listed are postcards.

The only difference in the memberships is that the latter will be included in shop
interviews, BNRs and postcard related activities. We also plan on having activities for
the general memberships. Hope to see you there soon.

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