In the June 3, 2014 issue of Linnís Stamp News, Charles Snee in his ďDollar-Sign StampsĒ column talks about how he was able to put a full pane of the inverted Jenny stamp on a package without disturbing the order of the stamps. His idea was great. Iím going to pass along the summary here.

First, use sticky post-it notes and attach the notes to the front of the stamps to hold them in place. Next, flip the pane over so that the stamps are face down. Next, remove the backing paper very easily. If you donít pull too hard, the post-it notes will hold the stamps in place so that they donít lift off or move. Next, take the mailing envelope and place it against the stamps. Rub firmly so that everything is adhered to the envelope. The last step is to flip the envelope over and gently remove the post-it notes. Viola! The stamps are intact and seemingly undisturbed! Youíre ready to mail.

Try it and see if it works for you. This is a great way to use self-adhesive stamps on a letter or package without having to line up the stamps again one-by-one. If you need further help understanding this process, I invite you to read Charlesí article in Linnís Stamp News. Good luck!