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What is a Postcard ID and where can I get one? A Postcard ID is a little code that uniquely identifies a postcard in Postcrossing.
It is composed of two parts: To get a Postcard ID, simply request to send a postcard and the Postcard ID for that specific postcard will be provided to you. It is important that you always write in each postcard its corresponding Postcard ID — that is what allows the recipient to register it in Postcrossing.
Please note that only postcards exchanged through Postcrossing have Postcard IDs. Any direct swaps you engage in with other members do not have Postcard IDs, nor are they tracked by Postcrossing in any way.
Where do I write the Postcard ID? For a postcard you sent to be registered, the receiver must be able to read its Postcard ID. If you put it in an area where it might be read by mail sorting machines, it could be confused for a post code, which would delay its delivery.
And if you write it too close to the stamp area, it might be stamped over, causing the receiver some problems deciphering it! Here are some do's and don'ts for writing the Postcard ID: Although quite small, the space on the writable side of a postcard can often seem intimidating, and some postcrossers struggle with what to write there To help with this, here are 20 different ideas to fill your postcards: Write 5 curious facts about the place where the card is from.
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What are the must-sees around you? Include your favorite quote, perhaps in its original language with translation! What was the last thing you cooked or ate?
What do you have in common with the recipient of your card?
Recount a childhood memory, or something you've learned from your grandparents. What makes you happy? If it makes you smile, there's a good chance others will like to hear about it. Share a local idiom or saying, in its original language, with translation of course! Did you ever travel to the place where your card is going?
Recall your best memory of that place.
What's the weather like as you are writing your postcard? Draw the weather forecast in detail, and don't forget to include the temperature! Share an interesting fact that you've learned, and which most people are not aware of.When mailing an envelope or postcard, leave at least the bottom 16 millimeters (5/8 inch) blank on both front and back.
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