"Personalized stamps make any party invitation or letter so much more special"
"We love the custom-designed postage from photostamps.com. Surprise your guests with engagement or wedding shots sent on your invitations or thank-yous."
"Growth in customized stamps is being driven by people like Bruce Peterson, a commercial photographer in Boston who used Stamps.com to turn some of his photos, including a favorite frog picture, into stamps. When submitting bills to clients, he's started including sheets of stamps as a way of saying thank you."
"A relatively new online service popular with many planners, photo.stamps.com will custom-print real U.S. postage stamps (in a variety of denominations) with your photograph or original artwork."
"PhotoStamps lets you convert digital photos from your trip into official U.S. postage, which you can then use to mail out your postcards."
"Rather than waste time at the post office or risk bad stamp options, head to Photostamp.com where you can personalize your own stamps with a picture of your choice! Send surprise party invites with the guest of honor's goofy face on the front, or personalize your own for those 'Thank You!' moments!"
"Stamps.com today announced a service that allows people to design their own postage — from kids to cats to corporate logos — on their computers….The process is simple: Log on to photostamps.com, upload an image, edit the design, place an order. The stamps arrive in four to seven business days."
"Want real, customized U.S. Postage? Upload an image to photostamps.com and see what it would look like on a stamp."
"So, with visions of Christmas presents for my family in mind, I signed on and place my order at their site, www.PhotoStamps.com. The site design was a joy in its simplicity and ease of use. After I uploaded my snapshots, I could crop them, center them, enlarge them and add colorful borders, all online."
"The Postal Service is in the midst of a second test of PhotoStamps, which let consumers put their own cute pictures on commemorative-size stamps they can order online. It was the brainchild of Stamps.com, which has long had a contract with the Post Office to sell postage online."
"Stylize your stamps. Go to PhotoStamps.com and purchase personalized postage to accessorize your invites."
"The U.S. Postal Service has given its stamp of approval to stamps.com for personalized postage. Join the ranks of presidents and pop stars: The site will turn your pictures into an official first-class stamp."
"Personalize your envelopes with customized postage stamps. Choose your colors and borders for a unique way to share your photo memories. www.stamps.com."
"You could order the usual Madonnas or Santas in bulk at www.usps.com (much better than waiting in those post-office lines). Or you can add a unique touch to your holiday-card envelopes by creating your own stamps - using that great photo of the new puppy or the one of you as Tina Turner last Halloween - at www.photostamps.com."
"Now anyone can join the ranks of George Washington, Dr. Seuss and Elvis and get their images on a U.S. postage stamp... the Postal Service and Stamps.com have teamed again..."
"But before you go totally postal on us for advocating handwritten letters, turn ASAP to PhotoStamps and make your memos picture perfect."
"Put (Almost) Anything On A Stamp..."
"New moms, brides and narcissists rejoice! Personalized postage once again has been given the stamp of approval... The vanity campaign by Stamps.com was a big hit when it debuted, selling close to 3 million stamps."
"Stamps.com Inc. and the U.S. Postal Service again are offering people a chance to put their personal photos on postage stamps."
"Your face on a stamp again? Custom photo postage is back… The PhotoStamps test indicates that, especially for invitations and announcements, 'the ability to personalize a message caused people to use mail where they might have used email.'"