Designed by Antonio Alcalá, a USPS art director, the stamp art features an array of brightly colored circles in varying sizes arranged in a random pattern to resemble a burst of confetti.
The word “celebrate” is spelled across several of the circles.
The stamp can be used to add a festive touch to greeting cards, invitations and gift-bearing envelopes and packages.
The Let’s Celebrate! stamp will be available at Post Offices nationwide and usps.com.
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