This personalized return address stamp makes a wonderful gift for a friend or to enjoy yourself! The house will be hand-drawn based on a google street view, recent real estate listing, or photo of your choice. The drawing style will match that shown in the sample above.
You may choose from either a wood stamp or a Trodat self-inking stamp, and a variety of ink colors are available as well.
**New option** Choose "digital file only" to receive a 3×5", 300 dpi PNG file. Perfect for those who like to print their own envelopes, stickers, etc.
To manage my orders, I offer 10 of these stamps at a time, and once they are complete I will then make another 10 available. So, please check back if it’s unavailable!
First, choose either a wood stamp or a self-inking stamp. I personally love the wood stamps, because you can change ink colors at will! Wood stamps arrive with a handle installed. You can also choose to add on an ink pad in blue, red, or black.
The self-inking stamps are the highly respected Trodat brand. Choose from a variety of colorful inks, which will last for up to 10,000 impressions!
Next, enter the desired name and address exactly as you’d like it to appear on the stamp. Photos can be provided by messaging me or emailing email@example.com. I will contact you within 7-10 business days with a digital proof of your design.
Once you approve your proof, the stamp will be delivered to you in about 5-7 business days! Faster and guaranteed shipping options are available at checkout.
This stamp will be about 2-2.5" wide, depending on your exact text and house shape.
**Please note: The custom house illustration will remain the property of Erin Niehenke, and will not be sent to you. If you’re interested in purchasing a digital copy, custom notecards, or other items featuring your house portrait, I’m happy to provide pricing!**
ABOUT MY SHOP
The purpose of my shop, Fresh Cut Prints is to encourage, send joy, and show love to others through the written word and good old-fashioned snail mail. As a society, we’ve become so isolated from one another, but we can change that, one card at a time. #intentionalloveproject