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Okay, first, again I’m sorry I got so preachy last time I posted a freebie. If I offended anyone I apologize, and I do appreciate every single comment you guys leave.

Second, I found a site with a lot of freebies, not just digital stamps but also templates: Cuddly Buddly Crafts. Check them out, they likely have something you’d want to save and use.

Thirdly, be sure to check out the Free Digital Stamp blog, if you didn’t come from there to here! They have links every day to tons of free digi-stamps.

Okay, on to the freebie! This is made from the chapter head decoration of when Dorothy enters the Emerald City in L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. William Wallace Denslow did the original illustrations in 1900, and this is one of his. It may not resize to very very large, because it was a small illustration to start with, but I thought it was very cute. The maid is not named in the first book, but I think she is given a name later (though I don’t know what it is).

Dorothy in the Emerald City

Dorothy with the unnamed maid in the Emerald City. From a chapter head illustration by William Wallace Denslow for _The Wonderful Wizard of Oz_, 1900. PD due to age.

I also want to remind folks that I have a set of a “baker’s dozen” (13) stamps made from Denslow’s illustrations for the 1900 edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz available in my Artfire studio / store.

Oz Set #1

Oz Set #1: Thirteen digital stamps based on William Wallace Denslow's illustrations for the original 1900 publication of the L. Frank Baum's _The Wonderful Wizard of Oz_. $18 for all 13 in my Artfire store.

You can also get each of the stamps except the title words separately.



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