Friday, December 11, 2009

Pizza Postage

I found something very interesting on the US Postal Service website the other day. You can make your own stamps! They have contracted out a company to help with the process. Previous USPS regulations required a person be dead for over ten years to grace envelopes on a stamp. Now you can just upload the picture you want and voila! Stamps!

You can make a stamp for the regular $0.44 price or lots of other denominations. I thought it would be awesome to pay for shipping packages with one. Unfortunately it costs about $10 extra per sheet, but that is a pretty good deal considering the novelty of having your very own pizza stamps.

Of course I immediately thought of all the pizzalicious stamps I could stick on future envelopes. Here are some of the designs I came up with. More after the jump.

Replace those old love stamps with a newer, truer kind of love, something your heart really burns for. Big love to Pizzablogger who already has a pizza stamp on his reader mail page. Did you know you could really make those PB?

Paulie Gee's Bianco with baby arugula, olive oil, fresh lemon juice and shaved Parmigiano Reggiano must surely be worth of a stamp in it's honor. I'm basing that solely on what I've read about it. I can't wait to try it when his new place in Greenpoint, Brooklyn is open.

I know it hasn't been 10 years since Una Pizza Napoletana closed, but this logo is so incredible it definitely needs to be on official government documents and currency. In Pizza we trust. And how!


Paulie Gee said...

You are making me blush, Pizzalucious! That does look like a damn fine stamp, I must say.

Pizzablogger said...

I had no idea such a thing could actually be done.....the USPS should pay me royalties! :)

Thanks for the heads-up....I think I may have to make some and get them printed up. Kewl!

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