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Mini Stamp Collection in the Midori

I spent the weekend crafting away. What about you?

That's what I love about my journals- there always there when I need them.

As I was going through some old snail mail packages, I came across a few stamps that were overlooked for my mini collection. They've now been cut out and added into the Midori. Maybe one of these days I'll do a flip-through video of all of the pretty stamps my penpals have sent over these past few years.

By the way, keep an eye out for an upcoming mail exchange project I have planned!


  1. Can't wait to hear about the project! What a great idea to keep all the stamps from your happy mail! I might start doing that myself!

    1. Hi Lucia! Yes, this is my favorite quick and easy way of storing all of the lovely stamps that I have lying around. I can't wait to share more about the project, too! Hopefully you'll be interested and join along! :)

  2. Ahhh that is such a lovely idea Michelle, I'm going to do the same with my penpal stamps!

  3. Thank you so much, Katie! It's nice to then go back and flip through the pages every now as well!

  4. That sounds exciting Michelle. Cant wait to hear about the upcoming project?? Yayee!!

  5. Beautiful project.. are you looking for an mail exchange in Portugal?! Because I'm such a fan of USA stamps (and a lot of other things!)

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