notes from kestrel — self-inking stamps
Oh, no! Your address stamp came and it's upside down! Not to worry! There just aren't corners on a round stamp to hold it in place while it jiggles all the way from my shop to your hands. Here's a little video showing how to get it back to correct position if needed. You may get some ink on your fingers, but then we'll be twinsies!
See how crisp that imprint is on that pink envelope? Yeah, blows most stamps out of the water! We used to make laser engraved rubber stamps. They were nice. Now, we only use special micro-porous materials to make pre-inked stamps. And they are amazing!! Here's a video showing how to add more ink if you ever need to (although they are factory tested at 20,000 impressions so you should be good for a little while). So, you may want to make this your new go-to gift for all occasions.