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The World's Smallest Post Service Kit from Chronicle Books

World's Smallest Postal Service from Chronicle Books

Now you can send your own super fun miniature mail with the World’s Smallest Post Service kit from Chronicle Books!

The kit is based on the World’s Smallest Postal Service project by Lea Redmond, who offers a tiny transcription service through her roaming “post offices” in the San Francisco Bay Area.

World's Smallest Postal Service

Pictured above is one of Lea Redmond’s World’s Smallest Postal Service letters (see Jordan Ferney’s earlier post on Redmond’s Valentine’s Day letters for more about the service).

The kit includes everthing you need to get started:

• fine-tipped micron writing pen

• 40 mini writing sheets

• 40 mini envelopes

• 60 envelope seals

• 4 mini gift boxes

• 4 sheets Kraft wrapping paper

• 4 sheets miniature “newspaper” packing paper

• 44 inches twine

• 40 postage stamps

• 32 special delivery stickers

• instruction sheet

World's Smallest Postal Service Set

The kit, scheduled to be released on April 27, 2011,  is available for pre-order on the Chronicle Books website.

Visit Chronicle Books before April 4th to pre-order your own World’s Smallest Post Service and receive 30% off and free ground shipping—simply use the code SPRING11 at checkout!

 

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