On February 15, 1842, the U.S. Postal Service first introduced adhesive stamps (stamps you lick) to the public.
Adhesive stamps were all the rage until 1989, when self-adhesive (peel and stick) stamps were introduced (actually, they were first introduced in 1974… and they were a total failure!).
Now, of course, the post office doesn't even make the old, adhesive stamps anymore, as they've been replaced with a newer, easier method.
For your writing assignment this week, I'd like you to write about:
How a particular tool or technique you've been introduced to has made paper crafting that much easier and/or more convenient!
If you write about a tool, include a call-to-action at the end of the post with purchasing instructions.
Post here when complete.