All lovely and, interestingly, all religious. Perhaps the post office hasn't got the "all inclusive" message that seems so popular today. Good for them.
Nice. Love the theme of Christmas stamps. I wish the theme of love and charity could appear on stamps all year long.
Oh the Canadian stamps are pretty swell I think. Thank you for participating!
The two Canadian stamps look very like some recent UK Christmas stamps. I'm very fond of stained glass.I'm with you about finding it difficult. I've received hardly any this year, but one was from Canada - and I was saving it for next week!! :) :)
I don't even think we have such pretty Christmas stamps. Ours are much more firvolous. I especially like the Australian one because of its colors. They are all pretty though.
They are all nice. Here me have both religious and secular Christmas stamps.
It's the New Zealand stamp that held my attention.
Beautiful stamps!!! I love the Canadian ones!HugsSueAnn
I agree, the Australian and NZ ones are brighter, but I love the design of the Canadian stamps. Our Christmas stamps and small, and don't look very Christmassy until you look closely. think Christmas stamps should be clear, simple and bright.And reflect the true meaning of Christmas, too.
I'm with Sheila on a fondness for stained glass; its a nice theme. Love the Australian wise man, he could have travelled from Australia with the desert background.
Each of those stamps has its own merits. :)
Weirdly, we have to ask for Xmas stamps...we have a wonderful range of "kiwi stamps' for general use one of which is a sausage on a stick, but the others are things like fish and chips, gumboots and a red checked lambie/jacket, a caravan in the rain - let me know if you want me to post you something! :-) Merry Christmas too by the way.
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