Date Joined: July 10, 2011
Last Online: February 25, 2016
Birthday: March 22
Snowflakes, snowflakes and snowflakes
Winter and Autumn
Owls, foxes, Huskies, koalas and peacocks
Vintage stuffs (cherubs, fairies, angels)
Paris themed items
Beach themed items (seashells, starfish, sea urchin, marine fishes, seahorses)
Cute stuffs (charms, jeweleries)
Earrings and rings
Fantasy, mythology (mermaids, goddesses, fairies, angels, unicorns)
Swarovski crystals, Swarovski rhinestones, sequins, glitter, sparkly items
Musical instruments (harp, violin, flute, piano)
Stamps (flowers, butterflies, owls, foxes, koala, post boxes, fantasy themes, birds, marine life, wild life, lighthouses, odd shaped)
Matryoshka dolls and/or nesting dolls
Chocolate (especially Belgian Chocolate, dark chocolate and mint chocolate), bread, pastries, brownies, apple pie, chocolate fondant, cheesecakes and dessert
Honeydew, Honey Melon, Apple, Pear
Sugar Cane, sweet potato
Indoor (DIYs, making jeweleries, baking, sewing, reading, surfing the net, drawing, painting, collecting stamps, postcrossing)
Outdoor (swimming, cycling, running, playing badminton, playing squash)
Classical Music (Beethoven, Chopin, Vivaldi, Bach, Johannes Brahms, Tchaikovsky)
I am also into bungee jumping, gliding, sky diving, flying fox, water rafting, car racing, kart racing and parasailing.
I rate within three days upon receiving swap item(s). If I did not rate, it means I have not received anything.
I live in Malaysia so please take note of the time differences. If you are really curious, you can take a look at the time differences here http://www.worldtimezone.com/
I usually send swap item(s) in the evening and then MARK my status as SENT. Domestic mails and packages will be postmarked within 3 days excluding public holidays and Sundays (e.g.: I send in the evening on 19/10/11, it will be postmarked by 22/10/11 or earlier), I WON'T KNOW the postmark date and time for international mails and packages. As for postcards, I usually just put them in the postbox and MARK as SENT, I WON'T KNOW when the postcards are postmarked unless I track'em down like a lunatic, which is clearly never ever going to happen.
I prefer postcard sent naked with beautiful and/or unique stamps (without envelope). However, please send the postcard in an envelope if you think it is flimsy so that it will survive the mailing process. I wouldn't be happy receiving a damaged postcard. Who would?
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