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I have collected so many postcards from all over the world. I wanted to do something special, so I created this wall mosaic with my favourites featured.
I found some cheap frames that fitted my postcards perfectly from Ikea. The I loved the red ones. (NYTTJA: have plastic face, which means they are light and easy to install on the wall. 
I used 3M command strips and hooks to keep them all in place.
The painting on the left was left to me by my grandmother. It is an original painting of the Moulin Rouge. I also found this envelope in my grandfather's stamp collections. 

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