In case you haven't heard, there's been a bit of, how does one say it ... drama? At the United States Postal Service? In order to have a free and fair election this year, the Post Office needs extra support and funding. One of the easiest (and most delightful!) ways to do that is to simply send a loved one a letter. Of course, if you want to go one step further, the USPS has a delightful online shop with some surprisingly cute gifts ranging from Christmas ornaments to posters and commemorative/limited edition stamps. Here's what's on our list:
A pack of FIVE tote bags for less than $20? That's the deal of the century.
This set of stamps by Japanese-American artist Ruth Asawa, based on her sculptures, was just released.
This adorable little ornament will be a fun, glitzy addition to someone's tree this year.
Send this to your favorite dinosaur-loving family member. The cool, 3-D cutout would look great hung on a wall or as a desk accessory.
It's physically impossible to not feel heart-warmed by these stamps based on Ezra Jack Keats' iconic children's book, The Snowy Day.
Created for the 50th anniversary of Woodstock '69, this framed stamp will look perfect hanging in someone's groovy office.
Learn new tricks developed by magician Mac King with this elegantly designed deck of cards. It also includes a set of similarly themed stamps.
A romantic gesture for someone who you just love writing letters to.
Inspired by 1960s design, this Marvin Gaye poster absolutely looks like a vintage collector's item.
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