Sunday, February 19, 2012

Postage with a Spring Flare...

Spring will soon be in the air, and I look forward to its arrival! Due dates for spring 2013 licensed products have been my focus this month, and the imagery I have been creating inspired a new series of 6 spring-themed postage stamps. I know that the USPS is in decline, as we all become more and more computer savvy with our communications and correspondence. But, I personally dislike the thought of losing its service. I always enjoy receiving cards, notes and parcels from family and friends. And sometimes, opening the mailbox can be quite a treat!  The very way a letter can be beautifully addressed with the personal touch of a dear friend's penmanship is like nothing else. The color of the envelope, feel of the paper pressing against your anxious fingers, along with stickers and sweet postage stamps complete the package and raise the level of anticipation to open it! In celebration of this centuries-old tradition, I am now offering to you, a whimsical collection of my illustrated postage stamps, now available in my Zazzle Shop. Apply them to your Spring & Easter cards and correspondence or to seasonal party invitations, promising both smiles and lots of fun. These butterflies, bunnies and birds will bring frolic and cheer to those lucky recipients. Make your messages memorable and sweet while also keeping the history and tradition of sending and receiving postal mail alive.

Than you!
~ Johanna



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5 comments:

Mother Moon said...

simply adorable.. and truly so spring like...

Johanna Parker said...

Thank you! :)

Melissa Kojima said...

Ah, they are so fun. I couldn't agree more with you about getting a personal letter in the mail. Not to mention, you cannot get an original doodle or drawing sent to you through email or facebook. That's one things I like to do when I send a snail mail letter.

Janae "The Country Hollow" said...

These are great!

Johanna Parker said...

Glad you like these! And yes, you certainly cannot beat a one of a kind art doodle by mail...