I'm one of those people who gets excited when the post office releases new stamps. They've been a few good ones lately.
I've loved these vintage stamp designs from the 1960's for awhile now so was thrilled to see them rereleased along with a commemorative Lady Bird Johnson stamp.
This bundle includes the Lady Bird Johnson stamps, along with a sheet of Japanese cherry blossom stamps and bonsai stamps released earlier. Very impressive, post office. All of these coordinate perfectly together and would look awesome clustered in the corner of an envelope.
Black and white stamps are a favorite of mine because you can mix and match them with so many other stamps, both new and old. This set of black and white vintage images will be a part of my next USPS purchase.
Another vintage stamp design reissued by the post office. These stamps feature the infamous upside down misprint from a 1918 stamp. Each stamp is worth $2 in postage so perfect for a small package.
First pumpkin spice lattes, and now a postage stamp with red / orange / yellow leaves. Feels like autumn to me! If you have any heavier packages or those that need to be mailed via Priority Mail, be sure to grab this one.
And a few other stamps that aren't new, but remain favorites of mine.