Finally, the last day of the Month of Letters! To some people, it might seem trivial to write a postcard, but this actually takes some time, especially if you’re going to be writing different messages to everyone. Anyways, here we go: the first postcard of this last batch is a postcard from Nashville that’s going to someone in Finland. The purpose of this particular tag is to send older postcards and on top of that, the recipient had requested envelopes that were made from scrap paper. So I made an envelope using leftover Christmas card stock. The second postcard is going to someone within the US who wanted a snow postcard so I chose a photograph from Antarctica. And the final postcard is going to another person in the US–there is no decoration on this one because the point of this postcard tag is to cram in as much writing as you can into the postcard (which you cannot see here because the postcard police frown upon showing backsides of postcards in general). And why did I choose William Blake? Well, the recipient wanted postcards that no one else likes and while I don’t dislike this postcard, I know it would be very difficult to send to most other postcard enthusiasts who only like tourist cards or cat cards.