So, this weekend I started looking for holiday photo cards and spent way too much time uploading a design and trying to find the perfect one. Does that ever happen to you? Then you look at the clock and wonder how you spent so much time on a project that isn’t even finished yet, especially because once they arrive you still have to address them, add postage, and double-check your list? I know. The holidays bring out the organize nerd in me and, I sort of love it. I also love it when I come across handmade goodies that save time, money, and energy, like this return address stamp from The Chatty Press. If you’re getting married and sending out invitations soon, this return address stamp will be a total lifesaver. You need to put the return address on your invitation, reply card, and save the date, so imagine how much extra addressing time you’ll save. Sending holiday cards? It works for those, too! Oh, and did I mention the hundreds of letters you’ll write to people that can be stamped with this lovely little personalized charmer? I know. I want one, too. I can’t win one, but you can. Find out how below… ;)
Return Address Stamp
Whether you want a custom return address stamp for your wedding or stationery for ever-after, The Chatty Press has you covered. I love how you can also include thematic elements, like a nautical design…
… or a whimsical design such as a banner.
This design, named “Paint Can”, is another of my favorites.
Return Address Stamp Giveaway
Need one? Want one? Enter to win one! Between 11/11-11/17/13 (11:59pm EST), you could win a custom return address stamp by The Chatty Press. Shipping included to U.S. only. No purchase necessary. No cash value. Retail value: $32. Includes stamp and one (1) black ink pad to help you get started. Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible. Use entry form below to enter. Claim prize within 6 months; respond to winning email within 72 business hours. Winner announced on this blog post and via email on 11/18. Winner can choose any return address stamp design from The Chatty Press. Good luck!
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Is it too early to listen to Christmas music? I want to, but I’m holding back. What do you think?