When this postcard challenge came up I had just finished scanning about seven day’s worth of photos from a trip to Japan and Vietnam, roughly 1/6 of our trip photos that exist in two huge over-stuffed albums.
Postcards from Japan.
Somehow Japan seemed a perfect match for the photo app Pixlromatic followed by Snapseed for the text and frames.
Postcards from the Hispanic World.
Then I got excited about making postcards from the Hispanic World for the Soleado Spanish Course that a friend and I put together years ago. What if I used Image Compare with a postcard front on one side and the postcard text on the other?
The text of the postcard is too small to read in this Oxygen theme, but I spent the better part of an afternoon running the Soleducational blog through every theme out there trying to find one that worked with the Block Editor. I finally picked Apostrophe. It is a lot easier to try out different Themes on a blog with less than 10 posts!
Of course, now I have to write up text for all these postcards and find stamps as well for the secret inside messages.
Agaves azules are of course the source of nectar to make tequila, and the best place to find that is to travel to the town of Tequila in Jalisco, Mexico.
Two versions of a grilled window in Antigua, Guatemala both run through Stackables for the ‘look’ and Snapseed for text and frame.
More of the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Postcards.