{Postage} United States Vintage

3.07.2011

What better way to send off a letter or greeting card than with cool vintage postage! This one happens to be from the 1970's and is a recent addition to my collection. Love how stamps can make a plain envelope seem a little more special.



8 comments :

  1. Hello! I'm so glad you stopped by. I love Jaime's blog. You look like you love mail just as much. What lovely stamps..I also looked back at your Valentines. They were beautiful. I'm excited to have found your blog. :)

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  2. Thanks so much Amanda. I heart Jamie's blog and yours is wonderful too! I do love pretty mail. Glad you liked my Valentines. I'm so glad you paid me a visit. (^•^) xo, Merissa.

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  3. 1970s zip code stamps = awesome!

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  4. Aww.. I love these too. Groovy

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  5. These are fun, great use of color :)

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  6. Jamie: I'm loving postage from the 1970's. They've come out with really cool stamp designs then (^•^)
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    Ema: Groovy Baby! Like Austin Powers!
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    Angela: They are so fun! The 70's was a colorful time for postage stamps.
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    Mahalo ladies, for your comments (^•^)xoxo

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  7. I agree! I always try to buy quirky stamps, even for my business mail! Gives the plain white envelope a bit more personality :)

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  8. Hi Maddy,
    Business mail needs some love too (^•^) Glad you do it!

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So happy you paid me a visit. Mahalo!
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Proverbs 16:24

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