Hi, friends! I am so excited to have the opportunity today to share a bit about one of my new favorite lines of products: PSA Essentials!
PSA Essentials manufactures personalized, self-inking stamps. With patent-pending Peel & Stick technology and thousands of stamp designs, PSA has stamp designs for every holiday, occasion, or sentiment that strikes your fancy, with licensed designs from Hello Kitty, Smirk, UBU, Peanuts and more. These stamps are the perfect way to dress up your envelopes or to use for crafting projects!
PSA Stamp Camp, the PSA Essentials Blog, is devoted to those types of crafting projects, from sewing and decorating to paper crafting and scrapbooking.
Without a doubt, what I love most is the versatility of these products. With their interchangeable Peel & Stick stamp sets, there are literally hundreds of possible designs that you can change out with every season!
The personalized return address stamps are a perfect option for all of your mailings, and especially for things like wedding invitations, holiday cards, and birth announcements that really call for an extra special touch. There is no better way to get a feel for exactly how PSA stamps work than to check out this terrific introductory video, which gives you a play-by-play for how to switch out the designs quickly and easily.
I recently had the opportunity to get my hands on the Wallace custom design set. It is terrific!
I love that I can mix and match the two components, both the outer ring with my address and the inner button with our monogram, with other Peel & Stick components to create countless other designs. With so many options, these stamps really are a terrific value.
This week, I made some cards to replenish my stash using my new PSA Essentials stamps.
I created a few different card designs, and then adhered a blank 2-inch cardstock circle to the front of each card. Now I can pull out any of the cards for any occasion that comes up and use my PSA stamps to easily embellish the blank circle on each one with an appropriate sentiment or design. This makes cardmaking so much simpler, since I don’t have to worry about making a particular number of any one type of card (birthday, anniversary, thinking of you, etc.).
With greeting cards costing upwards of $5 a pop, handmade cards really are the way to go. Not to mention that there is something about a handmade card that makes a recipient feel truly special!
So, how would you like to win a custom stamp of your very own? I thought so!
PSA Essentials is generously offering one lucky PS reader a custom stamp of her choice + free shipping!
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Giveaway will end at 11:59 p.m. CST on February 29, 2012. Winner will be selected at random on or after March 1, 2012 and notified via email and announced in this post. In order to maximize your chances to win, you must leave a separate comment for each entry. If your email address is not linked to your Google account, please leave your email address in your comment so I can contact you in case you win. I reserve the right to select an alternate winner for any entries lacking an email contact. Giveaway open only to US residents 18 years of age and older.
Good luck, everyone!
Disclosure: I was provided free PSA Essentials product to review for this post. Rest assured that all opinions expressed here are solely my own, and I am committed to sharing only products and services I earnestly feel my readers will benefit from and enjoy.
Having grown up in a home brimming with sewing notions and paintbrushes, Amy has a deep love for all things creative. On any given day, you’ll find her knee-deep in her latest creative endeavor, with projects ranging from sewing and crafts to home decor and kid-friendly ideas. Amy believes that everyone, regardless of skill level or experience, possesses the ability to create something beautiful, and Positively Splendid was born of her passion for helping others harness their innate creative potential.
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