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March 03, 2009



that is AWESOME!! makes just want to post things now.


I used to collect stamps as a child and always love how colorful they were. It's amazing the art that can squeezed in to such a small area.


ooh yes, buying vintage stamps was by far the most fun part of designing my invitation suite.


that's so funny that we both posted about stamps today. guess we've all got postage on our minds!

One Love Photo Heather Gilson

I am such a fan of vintage stamps. I can NEVER buy just plain ones. The breast cancer ones are always pretty and the $ goes to a good cause.


Fab post as always Maria. I'm always so gutted when beautiful stationery has to be sent with clashing stamps ruining first impressions. Not sure how you'd do this over here though. Hmmm.

amy s.

WHO did that amazing calligraphy on the bottom photo with the Audrey stamps?


Not sure who did the calligraphy, but I think the font in the invites is Burgues Script!

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