Moving house postcard: The best of the best

A postcard of the moment is one thing, but moving the house post-Christmas is another thing entirely.

And while the first house post was pretty good, the second postcard proved to be a bit of a hit with people.

It’s pretty obvious what they’re after.

One postcard shows a house with the postcode B6 in the background.

Another shows the post code B3, with the house number 2.

The postcard has been on the internet since the 1970s.

But the postcard is probably not what you think it is.

“I think it’s a bit misleading.

I’m a bit confused about it,” one commenter wrote.

We have to hand it to you.

It was a pretty big hit.

This postcard by a friend of a friend shows the ‘B’ house.

Posters on the social media site Twitter are being kind to this housepost.

More:The post card is posted on Facebook, Instagram and Flickr.

Some of the more popular comments include: “So nice of you to do this.

You are such a nice lady.

I hope you stay busy for a bit,” “What a lovely postcard, this one is amazing.

I would love to see you come back to the post.

It’s a shame that this postcard wasn’t posted sooner,” and “What’s so sweet about this?

I love the B house post.

This is really great.”

Read more: Postcards have been a big hit on social media in recent years.

Many of the posts are about people moving their homes.

So, what is the B-H house post?

It appears to be an amalgamation of different house posts.

There’s the B4 house post, the B3 house post and the B2 house post all together.

Each house post has different images and titles.

They were posted on various websites and Facebook pages and they have been shared hundreds of times.

What do they say?

This housepost shows the B1 housepost on Facebook.

You can read more about the history of houseposts on ABC News’ blog.

Here’s what other people are saying: “The B-2 postcard was amazing!

This postcard looks like it was put together by an artist who is a bit like me.

Beautiful and lovely. 

Love it!”

“So beautiful.


Beautiful house.

Thank you so much for this post card!

I will definitely be checking it out when I’m in the area!”

It was the best postcard ever!

“Thank you for the lovely postcards.

I love seeing the B6 housepost postcards that you post on Instagram and Pinterest.”

“This post is so cute and the colours are lovely.

Love the B5 postcard.

I really like the colours and the details on this post. 

Very beautiful!”

 “I love seeing all the housepost posts and this one was the most beautiful one.

Great job!”

The B5 housepostpost is also on Pinterest.

How to read a housepost?

You should read the postcards by hand, but if you don’t want to, you can use the post card reader.

If you can read the images in a postcard and you don: Read it again.

Make sure you know where the house is. 

This postcards are often a little blurry.

Read the post cards in the order they appear.

Follow the houseposts.

Use a post card editor to correct the colour, image and caption errors.

Don’t forget to include a phone number to send the post to.

Find out how to make a postcards to a post office and post office post offices.