Over the last few months I have been debating whether to buy custom stamps, or to not buy custom stamps. It's really been an agonizing process. It's almost as if I made this as big of a deal as deciding what new car to buy.
My issues cannot be explained.
When I finally gave in and got one designed I was hyperventilating the entire time, "Will I like?" "Will I hate it?" "What if it's not my vision?"
Seriously guys, I was kind of narrotic about the whole stamp thing .
So, when Cathie from ampersandity reassured me that my design would be my vision--clean lines, chevron pattern, matching fonts--my mind was eased.
I think she did a great job, don't you?
And the handle?! Seriously, a wooden handle, with a rubber stamp--basically, all the makings of an afternoon spent stamping everything in site.
Soooo, even if you don't need a stamp, but you just want a stamp, Ampersandity is the place to go. I am now trying to talk Hunk into letting me get an address stamp, Christmas stamp, "Belong to" stamp....the list is endless.
Yes, I just used the word "stamp" three times in one sentence.....
my excitement overfloweth ;)
Stamp on my friends. stamp on.