- The US Postal Service said Monday it will soon issue scratch-and-sniff stamps
- Just in time for summer, the stamps will feature the illustrations of ice pops
- The agency als said the stamps will ‘add the sweet scent of summer’ to letters
- The 20 stamps depict watercolor illustrations by California artist Margaret Berg
Letter writers will soon be able to express their sentiments in words and smells.
The U.S. Postal Service announced Monday that it will soon issue its first scratch-and-sniff stamps.
The stamps feature illustrations of ice pops. The agency says the stamps will ‘add the sweet scent of summer’ to letters.
This image provided by the U.S. Postal Service shows scratch-and-sniff stamps. The stamps depict watercolor illustrations by California artist Margaret Berg
Close-up of logo on a United States Postal Service (USPS) mail truck with tagline reading ‘We Deliver For You’ driving down 2nd Avenue in Manhattan, New York City on September 15, 2017
The 20 stamps depict watercolor illustrations by California artist Margaret Berg.
Each of the 10 stamp designs includes two different treats.
The words ‘FOREVER’ and ‘USA’ appear along the bottom of each stamp.
The stamps will be issued on June 20 at a children’s museum in Austin, Texas.
A letter carrier lifts an Amazon.com Inc. package from a bin while preparing a vehicle for deliveries at USPS processing and distribution center in Washington, D.C. on December 12, 2017