Saturday, December 22, 2012

Sunday Stamps # 102

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone! It is time for Sunday Stamps #102.


I am a little late today because I have been at a family get together: 3 generations together, dinner and supper and opening presents in between.  It ran rather late!  It was very fun for all involved however.

Our theme this week is more holiday or Christmas stamps.  Last week some people shared more than one stamp - I hope you have a few different kinds left!  I have two from the US Postal Service, and I am using their scans, still too lazy to scan my own.

The Holy Family, leaving Bethlehem or traveling to Egypt, one assumes, and

A stamp celebrating the Festival of Lights, Hanukah.  Though the double K on the stamp seems a bit strange, doesn't it.

So the world did not end on Dec. 21, as some silly people in the USA thought it might.  Therefore we have Sunday Stamps this week, and for next week:

Next week's theme:  Anything you wish, and a challenge: can you find a stamp commemorating the end of something?  It is the end of the year after all.

Viridian

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7 comments:

VioletSky said...

the double k looks right - though it is only one k if spelt Chanukah. I was searching in vain for a Hanukkah stamp - well done.

lostforwords101 said...

Nice family tradition for Christmas that you have Beth! :)

Wish we have something like that too.

Thanks for sharing the stamp of the Holy Family. I love the color and the shining star guiding them on their journey.

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

I was lucky enough to get once of the first stamp you've shown, very recently. It's an image that looks good as a stamp.

I hope your Christmas continues to be happy for you and your family.

Joy said...

I hadn't seen this year's US stamp, its most striking.
Wishing you a joyful Christmastime.

viridian said...

Thank you violet sky for the spelling correction.

Bob Scotney said...

Happy Christmas to you and your family.

Khairul Islam said...

I was lucky enough to get once of the first stamp you've shown, very recently. It's an image that looks good as a stamp.Viridian • Viridian review

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