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February 12, 2008

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love the camp fire stamp. i need to finally buy some vintage stamps. i keep talking about it, but never get around to doing it.

what a neat idea!! can you believe i've never thought of using vintage stamps??

Given that the mail rate is going up again (in May), vintage stamps would be a great way to get your one cent in.

Thank you so much!!!! I've been trying to convince my man this would be cute and you sold him.

Thank you so much!!!! I've been trying to convince my man this would be cute and you sold him.

Thank you so much!!!! I've been trying to convince my man this would be cute and you sold him.

for standard 4-piece invites, with a 5x7 invite, how much do you think it would cost for postage? (yes, i know i'll need to go to the post office!)

I'm glad you like them!
Julie -- so long as you don't have any other bells and whistles in the envelope, and your reply card and envelope are on the small side, you should come in just under the 1 ounce rate. Just barely. So you'll want to have them weighed!

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