The U.S. Postal Service has announced that the new Love Ribbons Forever Stamp is on sale at usps.com. Stamps are arriving in Post Offices over the next few days and will be sold as soon as they are available.
“We are excited to bring this colorful new stamp to our customers in time for them to mail their Valentine’s Day greeting cards and letters,” said stamp services manager, Stephen Kearney. “We will continue selling the Garden of Love stamps too.”
The official dedication ceremony for Love Ribbons will be held Feb. 14 in Colorado Springs, CO.[ Also Read: Lovers Can Try Kama Sutra on the Internet ]
Evoking images of romance and elegance, this year’s Love stamp features a graphic design of satin ribbons that spell out the word “Love” in a graceful, cursive script.
Like stamps, ribbons often adorn special packages to friends and family. Attached to floral arrangements, boxes of candy, and gifts of all kinds, ribbons beautify and embellish gestures of romance, friendship and caring.[ Visit the ultimate destination for global tech trends and news – RMN Digital – where technology gets simplified. ]
Graphic designer Louise Fili worked with art director Derry Noyes on this stamp.
The Love Ribbons stamp is being issued as a Forever Stamp in self-adhesive sheets of 20. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail 1-ounce price. At the time of issuance, the Love Ribbons stamps are being sold at a price of 45 cents each, or $9 per sheet.
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