Wow, amazing flower-on-stamps from Cameroon and Mongolia! Sadly, I have yet to get mine from these countries. Do you buy them from stamp collectors? I swap mine with others. I like your suggestions for future themes as well. Postcards Crossing
Nice to meet you through the A-Z challenge! Hope to see you around!
Is that the name of the flower that is in small print--I can't read it.
Sreisaat, my stamp collection has been gathering dust since the 1980s. I have only bought a few stamps since then - UK only. Athing else these days comes on letters and cards. When I saw Viridian start the meme I just joined in. I've only bought the Ireland stamps I posted early from a stall on the local market.Postcardy, Jacob's Ladder/Greek Valerian is the name of the plant on the Mongolian stamp (polemomium coeruleum).Bz, thanks for the visit' Iam now following youe A-Z posts.
Bob - I'm sure you have pleny, dust covered or not, for any theme I can think of. Thanks for the suggestions. One theme I want to do is stamps with different shapes - like triangles. Here you have triangles and flowers! and they are beautiful by the way.
ah! different shaped stamps...what a great idea for a new theme! i love these...six on a page look very dramatic!
Triangle stamp is cool!http://postcardperfect.net/sundaystamp3flowers/
Ooh, cool triangle shape stamps :) Love it!Sarah Allen(my creative writing blog)
These are beautiful stamps! I especially like the triangular shapes!
wow, great collection of stamp! the triangle one looks nice, something unique too! have a great week! -Postcrossing Mom
Great stamps from some unusual places. The language of flowers seems universal.
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