Saturday, July 23, 2011

Sunday Stamps #28

Today's theme is anything you wish. So often people put up stamps that are so interesting, when the theme is open. So blog away!

Today I am sharing a Moomin stamp from Finland.  It came to me on a recent Postcrossing card.   I am not entirely sure of the appeal of these creatures, but they apparently have a wide international following.

Theme next week: Stamps with a story - of how they came to you, or your purchase of them, or of the correspondence that they sent to you.  You'll see an example when I post next week.

Link in your blog entry below following the instructions, and visit some other blogs.



Postcardy said...

Moomins seem to especially popular among Postcrossers.

Postcard Journeys said...

Finland has really nice, cute stamps!

Sreisaat said...

I love all the moomin characters. I got to know them when one of my Finnish colleague's young daughter was reading a Moomin book. The characters are so lovable and I often request swappers to send me any Moomin card or stamp whenever they can.

Postcards Crossing

Lisa B said...

Finland has some lovely stamps and very original designs.

Unknown said...

I like Moomins too, I saw some movies as a child. Nice to remember :)

Dorincard said...

I guess Moomins are a symbol of cuteness. :)

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

The Moomins were on TV when my sons were little but I never found them as appealing as other programs. They are incredibly popular though.

Clarissa said...

Moomin is popular here in Japan~kawaii!!!


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