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ODD SHAPE POSTCARDS

an overview of all kinds of odd shaped postcards you send out or get in.

Location: Wentzville, MO - USA
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Comment by A. Sleep on Wednesday

Not a problem, Amy L. Tabler-Yingling. I thought it was funny. 

Comment by Amy L. Tabler-Yingling on February 25, 2015 at 1:51pm

Sorry A.Sleep about the extra postage I am glad you didn't get charged, I did take it to the post office and they told me one stamp was enough next time I have an odd shaped one I might just put an xtra stamp or two on it just to be safe

Comment by A. Sleep on February 24, 2015 at 10:19pm

(The black background is one of my journals.)

Comment by A. Sleep on February 24, 2015 at 10:18pm

xIncoming from Amy Yingling, titled "Pierced Meringue", post-marked Feb. 19th, 2015. Odd-shaped postcard. Came with a red "Postage Due" stamp with no amount filed in. I suspect that measuring an egg shaped postcard was a pain in the butt, and someone gave up.

Comment by Lynn Radford on October 7, 2014 at 1:50pm

Loving all the great posts in this group! Just wanted to share the odd shaped pieces I've recently created from 6-pack carriers. There was a total of eight.

Comment by Heleen de Vaan on August 24, 2014 at 12:25am

Tiny wooden figures, three of them with some things attached.
I am curious to know if they'll arrive at all!..

I'll put them in the letterbox tomorrow (a birdhouse and bird to Mary, a bird and butterfly to Val, and the remaing three to Ripley), and will keep my fingers crossed that they won't get lost in the post :-).

Comment by Heleen de Vaan on August 20, 2014 at 6:24pm

The orange hand made it from the Netherlands to Florida! And is published on Ripley's website, together with even weirder mailed objects :-)

As a 'thank you' I received a book of Ripley, and also an other book - alas posted in a normal envelope, but with kind messages.

And today I posted a second object for the strange mail contest: a book. Well, that seems usual (apart from the fact that I posted it without envelope or any other cover). However the book is about mail, and I wrote about it here in IUOMA in an other group: it's about an Englishman who posted the most weird objects. Among them onions and: himself. And his bike :-) Over 110 years ago!

Comment by Heleen de Vaan on July 22, 2014 at 1:29pm

Great package which survived traveling via mail from Australia to the Netherlands:

And inside a cheerful and colourful content:

It was part of a 'Random objects' swap at the LEP.
Meanwhile I had send a teaspoon, packed in a small (so to the mail companies: odd shaped) package:

I am not sure whether it has arrived or not (and if not, if it will arrive at all - so I sent an other random object, this time packed in a normal shaped postal package, so not shown here :-) ).

 

Comment by Heleen de Vaan on July 12, 2014 at 2:55am

Sent my first odd mail for the contest! I hope it will arrive well. However  it not really is strange mail: when I submitted the entry form, the receiver replied that he liked it and that he already had received a green one! :-)

Comment by Heleen de Vaan on July 11, 2014 at 12:44am

Thanks to Eva's weblog post my attention was attracted to this contest:  Ripley's Strange Mail Contest!

Sure all of you must have great ideas to post to Ripley, looking forward to see it here, too (if you want to participate and share your picture here, too, of course) :-)

 

 

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