Air Mail Stamps Part 2

In early February I shared 14 designs I had created for “air mail” stamps and stickers.  Since I’m a fan of letter writing, I thought it would be fun to have some diversity in terms of how I indicate that my letters and postcards should travel first class air mail.

You were all very generous in providing your feedback and after taking your feedback to heart, I selected two designs to turn into rubber stamps and four designs to turn into stickers.

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The marks of the rubber stamps (obviously)

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And the stickers.  The quality of the printing is pretty poor.  They just used adhesive paper run through a color laser printer.  But it is a good first batch and I’ll seek out a higher-quality printer in the future.  Considering that I now have something like 400 stickers, that won’t be anytime soon!

Now, as to the topic of letter writing, just a reminder that April is National Card and Letter Writing Month.  If you haven’t used this low tech way of staying in touch in a while, why not make it a point to sit down a write a few letters to friends and loved ones?

 

0 thoughts on “Air Mail Stamps Part 2

  1. Those make me think of those airmail envelopes that I used when Pat was in Vietnam back in the 60’s…with the red and blue border…do they still use those???  I love your stamps and your stickers..unfortunately I just simply don’t write letters that much anymore…email has spoiled me Ruth Ann

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