Wednesday, March 7, 2012

CU OK World Stamp Set #1

I have been away for a long time and I apologize.  I will try to make up for it by posting the next few freebies over the next week.  I was at my local antique store recently and found an envelope with some random world stamps for sale for just a couple of dollars.  I finally had the chance to scan them all in and start extracting them.  There are over 100 stamps total and some of them are just gorgeous!  Today is the first of 4 sets, containing all the stamps in the preview.  The size on the preview is how they would look on a 3600 x 3600 page.  Drop shadows are for preview purposes only and are not included.  I hope you like these and the next 3 sets because they take forever to extract!  They are all saved as individual .pngs, but I’m not sure if this is better or should I put them all on one collage sheet? Let me know in the comments what you think!

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Download the CU OK World Stamp Set HERE (Safesync Direct Link)

or HERE (Minus)

29 comments:

Tammy and Shelby said...

I love these! They will be perfect in my Altered Junk Collection I create...

Personally I prefer pngs as it's easier to manipulate them but anyway you do it I can certainly adapt.

Thank you so much.

iamb said...

Wow, LOVE these, just what I wanted:) How did you know? A collage png is fine with me... less work for you I would guess and I can just select them off of there. But whatever is easier for you:) Thanks so much

SammyD said...

What an awesome find, thank you for sharing!

Sue said...

Wow! These look gorgeous! Thank you!

I like pngs better, but I could cut up a collage, too. I appreciate receiving all your wonderful work/designs/extractions in whatever form you wish to share them. :D

Linda Walton aka bobbysgirlforever said...
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Linda Walton aka bobbysgirlforever said...

Deb, these are absolutely AWESOME and I can only imagine how painstaking they are to extract!

Thank you SO much for sharing them with us and I would say that however you find them easier to package up on your end is fine by me ;) I would assume a collage sheet would be less time consuming on your end and as previously mentioned, I will have no trouble making a selection, copying and pasting!

Have a lovely rest of the week and thanks again darlin'!

XO

Carol said...

Thanks!

BlueCat said...

Great! Thank you very much.

Feli said...

Thank you so much, I really appreciate the hard work you put into all this!!!

Stacey said...

thank you so much for these wonderful stamps!

Van said...

Great stamps! Thank you so much for taking the time to extract and share!

Anonymous said...

Thank you. What a lot of work! I can see these stamps on sheet as background for our travel pic. Thank aganin. Janv

Traci said...

Fabulous! These are really lovely. Separate PNG's are easier to work with, but only marginally so. I can work with a collage PNG, too. It just takes a second more...and I know that a collage is far easier for you. Whatever you decide is great, because I just love your things!

Missy said...

Thank you! Glad you're back :)

Little Yancey Family said...

woot! Just what I need right when I need it! Thanks so much!

Gail said...

Thank you for these fabulous stamps!

Becky said...

Wow! These are fantastic! You know, pngs are so easy to work with but as long as there is enough room around each stamp to make selection easy, I'd say go the collage route. Thanks for all your hard work!!

Natasha (alohacowgirl) said...

I can't imagine the work that must have gone into extracting those! They're wonderful!

Magnolia said...

Thank you so much for sharing.

Personally, I like pngs better but a collage sheet is fine too, and easier for you. I love and appreciate your freebies no matter how you present them.

clc said...

Great stamps - thank you! Individual pngs are easier for me but either way works!

crosstown said...

Wonderful Thank you

tmmarx said...

Thank you. These are wonderful.

Pam said...

Your extractions are fantastic! Thanks for the stamps!

Sandra said...

Thank you! As for how to offer them, whatever is most convenient for you. Individual or a sheet, either way works for me. :)

Tammy said...

These are great! My Grandpa used to collect stamps & started me collecting for a while when I was a kid. I never thought about scanning them. Thank you so much! :)

Night Owl said...

Perfect extractions as usual!! I can't get enough postage stamps. These are wonderful. Thank you!

Chrytobug said...

My husband and I recently inherited my grandmother's postage stamp collection. It is interesting to see some of the same ones she had in all 4 of the sets you've posted. Sort of neat! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for all the wonderful goodies you've made available.
Denise

Nancy said...

Thank you so much for sharing your time and talents with all of us! Your generousity is greatly appreciated.