Saturday, June 11, 2011

Sunday Stamps #23

In which I run into trouble with my scanner and can't show what I wished to.
The theme this week is  a set of stamps that really should be pictured together, as the design is continued from one stamp to the next.  Any topic.

Some LOVE-ly stamps from the US Postal Service.  It's their scan too.  But you can see how the design flows from one stamp into the next.
Help me out people and show some great stamp sets!

Theme next week:  Anything you wish.  More se-tenant stamps, anyone?


dakotaboo said...

Great theme this week - count me in.

Postcardy said...

It is interesting that these can be interpreted with a couple of added meanings: "Love USA" and "Love is Forever."

Joy said...

Pretty stamps, I like how the stems curl through the sheet. Nice to send love through the post:-)

Bob Scotney said...

I would have struggle with this theme had I been at home. Interesting nevertheless to see what people come up with.

Maria said...

I believe I am drawn to Postcardy's interpretation of 'Love is forever.'

LOVE-ly indeed!

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

I really do like these stamps. I've never seen them before but I presume they were released for Valentine's Day at some point.

I'm not sure that my offering is quite on the mark but they are just about linked.

Sreisaat said...

They're beautiful! I was looking at this earlier at an online stamp gallery and thinking out loud how am I going to get a sheet. The LOVE series is something I always look forward to.

Postcards Crossing

Sreisaat said...

Hi Viridian... I just posted my second entry. The theme is similar to your post today :)
Have a great weekend.

My Stamp Menagerie

Marcie said...

It was also hard to find stamps for me, because I only had the USA Love stamps...but I posted some linked stamps that were released together to show you something new :)

Lisa B said...

beautiful design! I think I may be stretching the theme a little this week :)

Dorincard said...

Heartfelt stamps! :)

Anonymous said...

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