I’ve loved collecting postcards since I was a child. My sister used to travel a lot and she would send me postcards from every state she traveled to. Living in a little 90-year-old house, I’ve collected several little accents to make my vintage house a home. One of those little treasures is an antique postcard book I purchased over a decade ago. I initially bought it to put my postcard collection in. However, modern postcards are much larger than vintage postcards were, so they never fit. I then thought it would be fun to collect vintage postcards from all of the places Hubby and I have ever traveled, so I scour the postcards I find at flea markets to find old places that we’ve visited. I’ve gathered quite a collection and I am still looking for that elusive card that would be the perfect addition. Fortunately the book has lots of pages, so I don’t have to worry about running out of room any time soon. I think you are only supposed to have two cards per page, so all four corners of the card can be trapped in the little photo corner, but I like to use both the back and the front of the page so I can squeeze more cards in.