The World’s Smallest Postal Service was created by San-Francisco-based postmistress Lea Redmond, who decided to put the crazy idea into practice as soon as it popped into her head. She just strapped her small desk to her back, hopped on her bicycle and set-up shop in one of the local cafes. Since then she’s come to realize many other people are simply charmed by her miniature postal service.
At the World’s Smallest Postal Service, your letters are
written in tiny letters, carefully wrapped and sealed with a miniature was-stamp
bearing the sender’s initial. To make sure the tiny messages don’t get lost in
the traditional mail, they are packed in transparent envelopes equipped with a
magnifying glass for identifying the mailing address.
For Valentine’s Day
the mailing rates at the World’s Smallest Postal Service are: $8 plus shipping
for letters, and $10 plus shipping for small packages containing an antique
china button and a note saying ” You are as cute as a…”