Thursday, January 21, 2010

Flying Pig Lunch PFF #18


I eat Flying Pigs for lunch. Not really. The postage stamp on this cover is celebrating the Year of the Tiger not the Pig, but I couldn't resist. I just got my machine back from the mechanic and wanted to make sure that everything worked properly.

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16 comments:

  1. Really gorgeous colors in this - what machine?

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  2. Great combination with that stamp.

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  3. Be careful or that tiger will eat you for lunch.

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  4. Gorgeous! I haven't been to the post office to get my Chinese New Year stamps -- adding to the to do list! Happy PFF

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  5. nice tiger stamp cover! i featured that specific stamp last week for PFF! :)

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  6. What razzmatazz! These colors are a knockout! I'm craving Chinese food now!

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  7. "Tiger, tiger, burning bright
    In the forests of the night"
    seems to fit this one very well.

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  8. Hi!
    Beautiful postcard! Love those bright colors. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    A View of My Life
    http://splummer-aviewofmylife.blogspot.com/2010/01/postcard-friendship-fridays_22.html

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  9. I love the circular frame and the contrast on this one. Plus I am partial to cats!

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  10. Tiger must visit Edmonds.

    Which machine ... washing, sewing, auto, scanner???

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  11. Oh, this is lovely. Striking! It fills my eyes.

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  12. Ok I'm as intrigued as one of your other fans - what machine Dave? A stamping machine? A machine that makes cornflakes? A machine that you drive? Hmmmm
    Oh and I just bought (from a car-boot sale) the most amazing first ciover editions of stamps from 1960. I immediately thought of you and your stamps and your art, of course. I'll scan the cover ( I may not be using the right term there, so you'll need to set me straight). It is basically a set of 2 stamps - the first celebrating NZ pioneering women, the other about imported colonial houses. I have stories to tell about both of these stamps - in fact, darn it, why don't I just do a blog posting, lol! Unless, you would like to invite me onto your blog so that "WE" can talk about it here. Ok...I'm thinking out loud, I better send you my ramblings in an email, me thinks!!
    Anyways - I love the latest artwork. Is it still pencil? If it is, by crikeys you are good!!!

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  13. Well this is a nice one. And I am happy you are back up and online. I thought at first this was about the Flying Tigers.

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