Tuesday, May 10, 2011

39 cent stamp

I used my cricut/gypsy to cut this postage stamp card. I also cut some extras, so leave me a comment telling me what the cheepest you remember stamps cost and I will draw a random winner. The winner will get 4 postage stamp cards and envelopes.!! (Leave your comment by Wednesday noon)





11 comments:

Sheila H said...

I remember 3 cent postage stamps - I really do!

Dawn's Daze said...

Back in the early 80's they were 20 cents.

Theda said...

8 cents in the mid-seventies, back when we still had pen pals and wrote letters.

Melissa said...

I remember $0.22 stamps. I want to say that was the late 80's / early 90's, but when I was that age, I wasn't paying too much attention to stamps...my focus was more on boys...ha ha!

Roz Bianchi said...

Well I remember just last time I bought stamps for postcards they were .28, went to get some more & found out the price went up a penny. This was last week that happened. Before that my mind can't remember, are you kidding!!!

whitneymaryann said...

I'm sure your intent was not to make anyone feel really old or make us pretend it was our mother told us the price of a first-class stamp years ago (ha!) . . . but I remember 3-cent stamps. Still think postage is a great value for the pleasure it can bring to someone who is the recipient of a caring letter or card.

comet42 said...

My 79 year old Mom is with me and she remembers the 3¢ with a V on it. I think I can remember a 37¢.

Michele R said...

I remember in the 90's (I think) they were around .40. Love this card, what a clever idea!!

Julia said...

I remember .14$ stamps when I was little in the 70's. that is an incredible card!!!

ALessner said...

I remember .25 stamps. These are really cute.

Gretel said...

I think it was 8 cents that I had put on my pen pal's letter that I had never mailed back in elementary school. I've still got it in my stuff...somewhere. Love your idea so if I don't win I may have to come up with my own version ( I don't own a cricut).