Sunday Stamps: Interesting Animal Stamps

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I have been meaning to organize my stamp photos in an album and create a separate posts for each of them, but alas, I have not found the time, until now. I was online, anyway, so I thought why not make one of those stamp posts I have been wanting to do for the longest time now. πŸ™‚

For starters, here is a very lovely photo of a Kookaburra and a little puppy stamps! Aren’t they the cutest? I got them from a Gotochi card that I received from Australia earlier this month. I fell in love with the puppy at first glance. The Kookaburra, on the other hand, are tree kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea. They normally thrive in the wild and are most known for their call, which almost sounds human laughter. Did you know that one of the three mascots chosen for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney is Olly the Kooraburra? I just wish we have the same kinds of animal stamps in the local Post Office.

Anyway, I will sure be back for more of my stamp posts, which I am scheduling every Sunday just in time for the Sunday Stamps meme πŸ™‚

8 thoughts on “Sunday Stamps: Interesting Animal Stamps

  1. Viridian61

    I’ve never heard a kookaburra in real life but that call is used in many movies. Thank you for joining us, and hope to see ou next week.

    1. musings on meanderings Post author

      i have been planning to join for a long time, mommy! now i finally get to do it! hopefully i can do this every Sunday πŸ˜›

  2. Ofelia S. Ewing

    Dogs Inchies Bundle – Clear Stamps by InkadinkadoDesigned exclusively for Inkadinkado by Lisa Ballard, this delightful Dogs Inchies will have you smitten with puppy love! The set contains 9 clear Inchie stamps, each measuring 1″ square, plus a clear acrylic mounting block that can hold up to 3 Inchie stamps at one time. Combine these cute canines or use them individually to create fun animal designs that will fetch lots of smiles! Great for kids’ crafts and tons of occasions! Sheet Size: 4″ x 5.125″.Rubber Stamps – Item #INKA-60-30528.


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