Beer coaster

Germany → Germany
Postage: 0.45 €
Arrived: Yes
Comment: Sent by Niklas

Turkey → Germany
Postage: 1.10 Turkish lira
Arrived: ?
Comment: —

Bierdeckel

A postcard that tells you where someone was AND what they did just by looking at it.

Cotton swabs

Germany → Germany
Postage: 0.45€
Arrived: Yes
Comment: —

wattestaebchen

Not only for cleaning your ear or whatever, but also nice to send it as a card! (Just sew it together at the ends.)

Confetti

Germany → Germany
Postage: 0.45€
Arrived: Yes
Comment: —

Konfetti

Confetti + glue = happiness

Make your office-version, dear hole punchers!

Jeansteile

Germany → Germany
Postage: 0.45€
Arrived: Yes
Comment: —

jeans

If you have some old trousers, don’t throw them away – just cut them to pieces and send them as postcards!

Germany → Sweden
Postage: 1.00€
Arrieved: ?

Matchbox

Germany → Germany
Postage: 0.45€
Arrived: No
Comment: (Text is on the back)

Streichholzschachtel_anonym

Mankind mastered the fire, so we can put it in boxes and send it as postcards.

Washcloth

Germany → Germany
Postage: 0.55€
Arrived: Yes
Comment: Sent by Sinja

Waschlappen

Well modified washcloth with inner “real” postcard which I received. Thanks a lot!

Beeswax candle card

Germany → Germany
Postage: 0.45€
Arrived: No
Comment: —

Bienenkerzenkarte_anonym

I tried to send this unrolled beeswax candle, with the text (on paper) and the stamp just pressed onto the wax (which sticked quite well and was suprisingly firm attached – at least when I sent it). For some reason though, it unfortunately didn’t arrive.

Cable tangle

Germany → Germany
Postage: 0.45€
Arrived: Yes
Comment: —

Kabelsalat_anonym

A few cables taped together. The text is written on small cable insulation parts.

Bread & Jam

USA → Germany
Postage: 1.32 Dollar
Arrived: Yes
Comment: Sent by Kelsey

Brot

Mail from America! A great person named Kelsey sent me this jummy-looking piece of bread and applicable raspberry jam.
And because there are a lot of nice people in the US that take care, the postal service (!) wrapped it nicely:

BrotVerpackung
and even apologized for potential damage. THANK YOU! 🙂