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My stamp arrived today! Along with a set of blank recycled cards. They are hand-cut with rounded corners using a traditional guillotine. Manufactured from 75% UK post consumer waste and 25% dung from the Sri Lankan elephant. The dung is collected, cleaned up and turned into pulp. The card itself it treated using non-chlorine methods to remove all bacteria, and is manufactured using the heritage steam-driven Fourdrinier machine, the worlds first mechanised paper-making machine dating back to 1895. Time to get stamping!
ollysorsby:

My stamp arrived today! Along with a set of blank recycled cards. They are hand-cut with rounded corners using a traditional guillotine. Manufactured from 75% UK post consumer waste and 25% dung from the Sri Lankan elephant. The dung is collected, cleaned up and turned into pulp. The card itself it treated using non-chlorine methods to remove all bacteria, and is manufactured using the heritage steam-driven Fourdrinier machine, the worlds first mechanised paper-making machine dating back to 1895. Time to get stamping!
ollysorsby:

My stamp arrived today! Along with a set of blank recycled cards. They are hand-cut with rounded corners using a traditional guillotine. Manufactured from 75% UK post consumer waste and 25% dung from the Sri Lankan elephant. The dung is collected, cleaned up and turned into pulp. The card itself it treated using non-chlorine methods to remove all bacteria, and is manufactured using the heritage steam-driven Fourdrinier machine, the worlds first mechanised paper-making machine dating back to 1895. Time to get stamping!
ollysorsby:

My stamp arrived today! Along with a set of blank recycled cards. They are hand-cut with rounded corners using a traditional guillotine. Manufactured from 75% UK post consumer waste and 25% dung from the Sri Lankan elephant. The dung is collected, cleaned up and turned into pulp. The card itself it treated using non-chlorine methods to remove all bacteria, and is manufactured using the heritage steam-driven Fourdrinier machine, the worlds first mechanised paper-making machine dating back to 1895. Time to get stamping!
ollysorsby:

My stamp arrived today! Along with a set of blank recycled cards. They are hand-cut with rounded corners using a traditional guillotine. Manufactured from 75% UK post consumer waste and 25% dung from the Sri Lankan elephant. The dung is collected, cleaned up and turned into pulp. The card itself it treated using non-chlorine methods to remove all bacteria, and is manufactured using the heritage steam-driven Fourdrinier machine, the worlds first mechanised paper-making machine dating back to 1895. Time to get stamping!

ollysorsby:

My stamp arrived today! Along with a set of blank recycled cards. They are hand-cut with rounded corners using a traditional guillotine. Manufactured from 75% UK post consumer waste and 25% dung from the Sri Lankan elephant. The dung is collected, cleaned up and turned into pulp. The card itself it treated using non-chlorine methods to remove all bacteria, and is manufactured using the heritage steam-driven Fourdrinier machine, the worlds first mechanised paper-making machine dating back to 1895. Time to get stamping!

Browsing through dribble I saw this. Felt like quite an interesting number. Was someone else looking at the number at the same time as I was? I wonder…

Its a shame that the majority of people in the world do not know about the International mother language day. It is a way to remember how much we love our language and how far we can go for its protection. In 1952, when Bangladesh was a part of Pakistan, they tried to make Urdu the official language, but the Bangladeshis protested, resulting in sacrificing their lives. Just google and have a look what happens to the “Shahid Minar” premises on the day of February 21. Fascinating!

Have you ever seen a Jack-fruit?

Have you ever seen a Jack-fruit?