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Cost Of Stamps

A first class stamp is 64 PENCE!!!! Normally I'd drop the change from a stamp into a charity pot but I reckon I need to save it towards the cost of my next stamp!!! #ripoff #ripoffbritain

from The Telegraph

Surge in sales of luxury wine cellars as homeowners avoid stamp duty

One of Spiral’s walk-in wine cellars, which cost an average of £30,000


New Zealand


<br>Flat ornament Angel 2 part in Papier Mache<br><br>Our own-brand range of biodegradable low-cost papier mache shapes (made from recycled waste products e.g. old newspapers cardboard etc) have been hand-made using 100% recycled materials and organic glue. The designs are supplied in a buff or manila colour ready to paint or decorate with acrylics inks poster paints stamps polymer clay foam clay decoupage (or Decopatch) papers napkins glitters embelishments beads and much…

from Homes and Property

Out with the old in Streatham: Victorian house becomes modern family home

ideas for renovating, re-modelling, refurbishing, fitting out


Layering Love with Flowers in Dapper Denim - Part of the In Color 2016-2018 Club Design Series Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Lea Denton -Layering Love with Flowers in Dapper Denim - Part of the In Color 2016-2018 Club Design Series In Color Club 2016-2018 Design Series? Which is what I hear you say! Well it's a club I started for my customers when the new Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue was launched to help them spread the cost of buying all the fab new In Color coordinated products. Each month…


This Fabergé stamp box in nephrite mounted with gold, diamonds and rubies is a good example of a beautifully designed yet practical object, which shows the quality of workmanship and attention to detail which Fabergé paid to all the objects made by his firm, however insignificant and whatever their cost. The top is fitted with two lids which meet diagonally. Inside, the three compartments have sloping bases to enable stamps to be removed easily. Mark of Michael Perchin, 1903.


Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that gives a cyan-blue print. The process was popular in engineering circles well into the 20th century. The simple and low-cost process enabled them to produce large-scale copies of their work, referred to as blueprints.