Personalized Stamp Kit and Stationery

Create a handy gift for personalizing stationery or other paper goods.
Personalized Stamp Kit and Stationery

Personalized Stamp Kit and Stationery

Give a friend who loves to write letters a little help by customizing a store-bought stamp kit with their info then pre-stamping an assortment of stationery. Bundle the stamped paper goods together with colorful ribbon and package the gift in a hand-painted box. Get step-by-step instructions .

By: Michele Beschen

Materials Needed:

  • rubber stamp kit
  • assorted paper and envelopes
  • decorative ribbon
  • eyelets
  • various embellishments
  • box for holding stamp kit and stationery

Embellish Stamp Set

Embellish a store-bought stamp set with leather cording, ribbon or self-ahesive rhinestones on the stamp's handle. Personalize the stamp with recipient's info.

Personalize Stamps

Personalize Stamps

Embellish a store-bought stamp set with leather cording, ribbon or self-adhesive rhinestones on the stamp's handle. Personalize the stamp with recipient's info.

Stamp Paper

Stamp gift recipient's info onto an assortment of paper, note cards and envelopes. Neatly bundle together and secure with ribbon and eyelet.

Personalize Box

Personalize box with the stamps you've created and other embellishments, such as stenciled details, buttons or rhinestones. Place stationery and stamp kit in box.

Stamp Kit Box

Stamp Kit Box

Personalize a box with the stamps you've created and other embellishments, such as stenciled details, buttons or rhinestones. Place the stationery and stamp kit in the box.

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