Gerda used 2 of this year's Christmas Stamps. Both show a lit Christmas Tree.
Today's second card arrived from Germany. It shows a portion of the Reichstag, in Berlin. It opened in 1894 and was renovated from 1961-64 and again in 1992.
This is a Postcrossing card and as such Tobias used a number of Flower definitives along with 2 Tourism stamps from 2017. These 2 are from the Germany's Most Beautiful Panoramas issue.
Here's another Postcrossing card, this one from Indonesia. This one shows a Pinisi boat, a traditional two-masted sailing ship built by the Konjo tribe. UNESCO designated Pinisi boat-building art as a Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity on December 7th of this year.
Deska used 3 different Postcrossing stamps from this year on this card .
Still waiting for Canada Post to issue a Postcrossing stamp. I won't hold my breath on that one.
Hey train card collectors. The last card for today is a train card from Germany. It is the Brocken Railway, one of three tourist metre gauge railways in the Harz Mountains of Germany.
Birgit used a Flower definitive along with a 2016 stamp commemorating the 1200th Anniversary of Munsterschwarzach Abbey.
Well, that's all there is for today. Thanks for cards going out to Gerda, Tobias, Deska and Birgit.