The Book of Postcards: RANDOM

This journal is for new and used postcards of all kinds – scenes, art, animals – whatever you may have on hand. I have created several postcard journals now and was unsure at first how explain what to do but I think the following works the best. Either write on the back of the card, if you only want to take up one slot or don’t have much to say about the card. Or, if you prefer take two slots, one for the card and one for anything you want to say about the card. A folded piece of paper or cardstock would work good for this. If you do this it will probably work best if the picture is opposite the write up (that way the write-up can be read without turning the page) so feel free to place your entries where and how you would like.
Take as many slots as you would like but don’t alter any one elses work.
Please make your entry and relist within two weeks. If you don’t mind relisting when you receive the journal (in order to speed the process up) please do.
PLEASE RELIST ONLY ON BOOKMOOCH and notify me when the journal is full.

And please, when this journal is requested from you make sure the person understands this is a journal and must be passed on.


Click on the blue underlined link in the journal description to see the slideshow.

2 Responses

  1. I have the ‘Book of Postcards Random’ in my inventory. It’s been in there for some time with no requests. I would like to return the journal to the owner, but the only information I have about the owner is the name and address on the back of the journal. I want to be sure that address (Harvey, LA) is current.

    • Robert,
      Thank you so much for your persistence in getting the journal returned! I’m afraid I’ve had the library turned over to me and I’m just beginning to figure it out.

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