Along with the switch from my Super Stamp Girl website to today's current site came the need for a few new products to reflect the name, logo and website changes. In all honesty, my old monogram stamp was pretty beat up and needed to be replaced anyway, so the timing was perfect! Also, after years of ordering return address labels, I decided to invest in a personalized embosser that would be effective so long as we never moved! This seemed much more earth friendly than continuing to waste paper labels and printer cartridges.
After some general online searching, I found The Stamp Maker and it felt like a good match for what I needed.
Rubber Stamps Unlimited, Inc. is located in downtown Plymouth, MI (between Detroit and Ann Arbor). They are a leading manufacturer of custom rubber stamps, embossers, office signage, and related accessories. The Stamp Maker has have been helping our customers save time and money since 1975 (under current ownership since 1993).
Honestly, it took me less than five minutes to create my custom name stamp and envelope embosser through their online ordering process. Within ten minutes everything was ordered and securely paid for. I received an email stating that my order would be shipped THAT SAME DAY and my new stamp arrived within 3 days! I was impressed with that quick turnaround. I've used the stamp on quite a few cards by now and I have found the stamped image is a very clear and precise font. I have been very happy with the quality of product and the speedy delivery service (for a nominal fee of $6.90).
The embossed image is a little harder to see on white envelopes, but it was all I had to use at the time!
I'd highly recommend The Stamp Maker if you are in the market for a new monogram stamp or more!
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