Postcard & Stamp Clear Stamps
My fav stamp set to date!
I love these! I have been on the lookout for a postcard/postage stamp stamp set, saw these on sale and immediately purchased. I am so glad I did because these stamps are so great :) Exceeded my expectations! This is a large sheet of stamps about an 8.5" x 11" The post card stamp is the size of an average post card.
Most acrylic stamps do not seem to give as nice of an impression as traditional mounted rubber stamps but these acrylics are of very good quality and produce crisp images, like I said earlier they impressed me. Also the clear backing sheets the stamps come on are three hole punched in case you like to keep yours in a binder :)
December 26, 2011
Love the stamps! They work great. I bought 3 sets and I will order more.
December 21, 2011
I purchased these on sale. The quality is great, there are almost 20 stamps in the set. Even at full price, it's a value. It's nice to add to the collection. Thanks OT.
November 29, 2011
Great mail idea
I love these. They are perfect for the backs of vintage post cards and fabric post cards and more. Nice clean lines.
April 8, 2011
Awesome stamps. Great for scrapbooking and other things as well. Now I am creating my own postcards!
November 9, 2010
I recently purchased these and was pleased by the size and versatility. Make sure you have an acrylic block large enough to hold the postcard stamp--it hung over the edge of my 4x6 block! The postcard stamp is my favorite--I have used it to house my title and journaling, and it's even big enough to put a photo in one of the spaces.
November 6, 2009
These stamps were great and I loved how large they were and the excellent designs! The stamped very clearly and were great quality.
September 27, 2009
If you trim these stamps and glue them on a piece of lumber they make great stamps and its far cheaper to make a set of stamps this way than purchasing them all seperate.
February 20, 2009
best postage stamp set ever
I like that the stamps are larger, and you can do a lot with them.
December 17, 2008