Sunday, 20 January 2013

Sunday stamps


Some cartoon style stamps from the not too distant past for this week's theme.

I'm participating in Viridian's Sunday Stamps, check out this week's entries by clicking the icon below.

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12 comments:

  1. I love the BFG stamp! Nice collection.

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  2. I do have the 1993 Christmas stamps and cards, and I've seen the BFG, but the others are new to me. I seem to spend my life in a daze, stamp-wise.

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  3. Great selections of stamps, the Peter Pan one is so funny. I've got to like the Stan Laurel one because the Laurel and Hardy Museum is local to me.

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  4. Where have I been? I don't recognise any of these. Thanks for including Christmas stamps - perhaps mine are Ok after all.

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  5. Fun variety...my favorite is the Peter Pan stamp!

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  6. ah, the Royal Mail always manages to leave me speechless! Just fantastic stamps!!!

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  7. help! I don,t know what a BFG is! Am I missing something obvious, or is it something uniquely British?
    Thanks for joining us this week!

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    1. BFG is the children's book by Roald Dahl - Big Friendly Giant :)

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  8. the royal mail is my fav too - and issued many great illustration stamps in the past - thanks for sharing!

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  9. this is a great selection (and I almost resorted to Christmas stamps, too, so no worries, Bob!)

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  10. The BFG said, "Don't gobblefunk around with words." So I won't but these are my favourites this week! I didn't know that there is a BFG stamp :D It's one of my favourite Roald Dahl's books :D Thank you for sharing.

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  11. I think I have already said this on Bob Scotneys post but I will say it again because the same thing is true of the stamps you illustrate - they illustrate the power of images on stamps to stay in the unconscious mind in such a way as you think you might have forgotten them but they appear like old friends when you suddenly see them after many years.

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