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Getting my stamp on

A few weeks ago, Stacey from Asspocket Productions contacted me about trying out one of her custom made stamps.  I spent about five minutes laughing at the hilarious name of her company once I read the email.  It was a generous offer, but it took me over an hour to decide which one to pick because her selection is huge (677 items in her shop!), and everything was so cute.

I kept going back and forth between a handful of items before finally selecting this one:

Stacey offers a wide selection of gorgeous inks in various colors.  I chose olive.  In person, it’s a gorgeous green for this girl who loves soothing greens (you might remember my mother-in-law refers to me as “Little Miss Earth Tones”). Stacey informed me that the ink is permanent and while it may fade a bit in the wash, it won’t wash out.  This is a great thing to tell the mom of a three year old, because damage could be done if Jack got a hold of this!  Also, she mentioned that if you ever need to mark your kid’s clothes or something for camp, daycare, etc., the ink and a custom stamp is a stylish way to do it!

The stamp arrived extremely quickly and came with a coupon code for any future purchases (LOVE when companies do this!), and I got to stamping!  I’ve only had to send out a few envelopes since I received this stamp, but it’s dressed up my boring old envelopes, and made my check for life insurance seem almost fun to mail.

We love our new stamp, and I’m looking forward to using it for years to come!

Want your own stamp?  Stacey is generously offering readers of this blog a 20% discount that is valid for at least 3 months.  Just enter FRUGAL20 when purchasing!

Disclosure: Stacey sent me this stamp for the purpose of writing a review.  I was not compensated financially, nor will I earn any money if you choose to purchase your own stamp.  I chose my own stamp and ink, and she customized it per my choices.  I was not obligated to write a positive review in exchange for the product.  I could have said that the stamp was awful, and Stacey used dog poop instead of ink.  But I didn’t.  Cause I loved the product and am always honest with you guys!

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4 comments on “Getting my stamp on”

  1. I’m coming out of the blog closet. While I LOVE your recipes and DIY stuff, I find myself oddly attracted to reading your blogs. Not in like a creepy stalker way, but when you find yourself on facebook and realize you were supposed to be at work 2 hours ago kind of way. Thanks so much for keeping it light and profain. You make my day. Thumbs up!

  2. The stamp you chose is SO Hunger Games! Troy’s the tribute, right?

  3. i had one of these stamps and it absolutely would not make a clean stamp.
    i contacted the proprietor and she told me that there was a problem with “my technique.” When I told her that it still didn’t work, she became very abrasive, so much so that I had to report her to Etsy for harassment. FYI.
    TL, DR: I think there are way better stamps out there on Etsy.