~sneak peak: usps holiday postage stamps~

by - October 24, 2019

Sharing a sneak peak of the USPS' holiday stamps.  Seems everyone is catching on to the farmhouse spirit these days.  Seriously, how pretty are these stamps?!
According to the post office: displayed on a door, in a window or over a mantel, wreaths are symbols of joy and celebration, inviting the spirit of the season into the home.  Inspired by the holiday decorating traditions of early America, the four wreaths featured on these stamps are classic yet contemporary.  Their designs create feelings of warmth and welcome.  

The four styles include:
  • The ribbon wreath is inspired by French floral art.  Aspidistra leaves, folded and manipulated to resemble ribbons, create a long-lasting wreath;
  • Gilded pinecones and magnolia pods grace the wreath trimmed with cranberry red ribbon;
  • Red and gold ribbon adorns the wreath made from gilded dried hydrangea, eucalyptus and nandina foliage, red berries and small ornaments;
  • The woodland bush ivy and red winterberry wreath presents a classic red and green palette.

The post office will issue the stamps in booklets of 20.  Be sure to ask for them at your local USPS office.  Can't wait to get mine!


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  1. I need to get them early by the time I am ready for Christmas stamps they are usually sold out of the ones I want.


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