Achievement Stamp for when your letter gets rejected
One letter less, one stamp more. That’s what this stamp is all about. So many hours of excitement and anxiety waiting for your letter to reach a stranger and boom, the excitement abruptly deflates when you get a message saying that your letter has been rejected. A unique stamp from the achievements section designed not to take those failed attempts to relate to others too seriously. It is obtained when your recipient rejects the letter you have sent it. In addition to presenting rejection as a normal process, I think it’s a nice way to encourage the sender to keep writing; show him that even from rejections we can get something good (a nice stamp in this case). Now, the tentative name, description, and design of the stamp: Name: it’s not you, it’s me. Description: Someone rejected your letter. It’s okay, it happens to all of us. Note: “Ouch, that hurt” was the original name but it generated many doubts for me, even so, I think the design makes sense by itself. Btw, sorry for the image quality. To everyone who stopped for a moment, thank you for reading.
International Tea Day
There is a stamp for International Coffee Day, but what about tea? International Tea Day is in May 21
Anime based Stamps !!
Hi, It'd be great if we get fictional theme based stamps for example including anime
Stamp Achievement for Long term pen pals
Seeing how the stamp achievements category have been a bit neglected, I came up with a cool idea to help boost it. I reckon it would be a great idea to have a stamp that can only be achieved when you exchange a certain amount of letters with a pen pal. For this idea, I prepared a mock-up and as you can see, I named it "Slowsties" which originates from Besties* + Slowly = Slowsties. The stamp is to be unlocked after exchanging 50 letters. As I said, it can be changed to any amount the dev team see fit and "Slowsties" can be changed (although I think it's a brilliant name but I'm biased for sure). And of course the design could be improved, too. Thank you for reading. I hope you like my idea. *Besties = a person's best friend.
[Russia] Russian Fairy Tales
Russian folklore and fairy tales feature a number of characters known by every kid, so I thought it might be an interesting idea to have a set dedicated to them. These characters are also known in other Eastern European countries, although names and spelling may vary. I suggest a set of 6 stamps: Баба Яга (Baba Yaga) The main female antagonist. She flies around in a mortar, wields a pestle, and dwells deep in the forest in a hut usually described as standing on chicken legs. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baba_Yaga Иван-царевич (Ivan Tsarevich) Sort of "Prince Charming", saves damsels in distress and defeats evil. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Tsarevich Кощей (Koschei) The main male antagonist. An evil sorcerer, who is kept immortal or deathless by a spell. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koschei Змей Горыныч (Zmei Gorynich) Three-headed dragon with a thing for kidnapping women. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zmei_(Russian) Василиса Прекрасная (Vasilisa the Beautiful) Not exactly a stock character, but probably the best-know female protagonist. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasilisa_the_Beautiful Жар-птица (Firebird) Pretty much a phoenix, whose feathers posses magical qualities. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firebird_(Slavic_folklore)
Paintings From Across The World
Aside from food and places, a lot of slowly users are curious about art and culture from other countries. Arts unite and connect people across the globe. Such as paintings which bring cultural appreciation, and depict history. These stamps aim to help different races to learn and understand other country's history, arts, and culture. Prototype stamps are attached below which are composed of famous paintings from selected countries: Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci, Italy Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh, Netherlands The Scream by Edvard Munch, Norway The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai, Japan The Kiss by Gustav Klimt, Austria Girl with a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer, Netherlands The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali, Spain Palay Maiden by Fernando Amorsolo, Philippines Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix, France Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird by Frida Kahlo, Mexico The Night Revels of Han Xizai by Gu Hongzhong, China Spoliarium by Juan Luna, Philippines Whistler's Mother by James Abbott McNeill Whistler, U.S. Campbell's Soup Cans by Andy Warhol, U.S. The Death of General Wolfe by Benjamin West, Canada Shearing the Rams by Tom Roberts, Australia There are a lot of different famous artworks from around the world. What's the most famous painting from your country? Comment down below :) These stamps would be Region exclusive Commemorative stamps and only available during arts month. Wouldn't it be great if people from other country exchange art stamps with you?
Please make a stamp for those who have a paid subscription for at least 2 years. We deserve it. I was a paid subscriber for 2 years and then cancelled because I don't get any acknowledgement for my loyalty. Free coins are good but you can only shop so much before you get bored.
I just realized that Antarctica doesn't have any stamp yet : ( and one of my penpals is there
[Global] Buy stamps of other nationalities
Some people do not live in their native countries or were forced to migrate because of wars, personal problems, economics and politics in general. There are categories and national stamps that can only be purchased if you are in the country. I would like the borders to be opened for this, and for everyone to be able to buy stamps of all nationalities, perhaps, at a higher cost in coins if necessary. Thank you for your time.