It’s a postcard, it’s a history lesson!

A random postcard I made and sent to the lovely Sara Blumenstein. Found an old National Geographic and cut it up – what can I say it was that or watching something on netflix and I needed time away from the screen (Inspector Lewis most likely – BBC/Masterpiece Mystery for all the dorks out there – it’s how I roll).

Listening to a lot of Jens Lekman these days. Like this one: I’m Leaving You and Kansk Ar Jag Kar I Dig

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6 responses to “It’s a postcard, it’s a history lesson!

  1. very novel and informative post..nice one..Eliza Keating

  2. I LOVED THIS POSTCARD! i tucked it behind the mirror in my front hallway so whenever i walk by i get a big load of the mughals. and: i have visited both shahjahanabad AND humayun’s tomb so i feel a special affinity for them.

    ALSO: inspector lewis? you are a girl after my own heart — i will be waiting patiently, bow and arrow in hand, whenever you backslide into midsomer murders…

  3. ha ha ha you are too awesome girl. just stop! just kidding. I love it! I want one too?

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