Saturday, December 24, 2022

Cinderella Stamps and Sister's Cutout, 1932

A Cinderella stamp is something that looks like a stamp but is not issued by the U.S. Post Office or any other postal service and has no monetary value for mailing. It's usually issued by a nonprofit organization for fundraising purposes and to raise awareness about an issue. These 1932 Cinderella stamps have the logo of the American Lung Association.

Here is the stamp as featured in Sister's Cutout:


  1. Thanks for sharing this! Though I have several sheets of them (mostly Christmas themes) I didn't know what these "stamps" were called.

  2. I never knew these were what they were called. I loved these as a kid. I could use them with abandon. Maybe I will have my students design some!