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.

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Viridian



8 comments:

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.

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Lisa B said...

Finland has some lovely stamps and very original designs.

Andreea 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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