Do you send retro cards to people?
These cards were published 32 years ago. I remember buying them. And as I have got a few unused ones left I occasionally surprise people. And it is always a real surprise for them.
This card went to my daugheter`s classmate whose mother is Russian.
And here are a couple more waiting to be sent.
This is how they look on the back. In the grid on the left you had to write the postcode. On the right there is space for the receiver and sender. You started with the address and the name was at the bottom.
I really used to prefer the cards written in Estonian but the Russian ones were sometimes cuter :)
So what do you think? Would you be happy to receive a retro card?