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So Many Uses for Stampers!

30 Nov

I was talking to someone at work the other day about how much I love my self-inking stampers and how I use them for practically everything.  I am a busy Mom of three kids, so I am always looking for ways to multi-task.  I wanted to share my favorite stampers with you and the ways I use them to make every day life easier for anyone who’s crunched on time.


I currently own two self-inking stampers from The Stationery Studio.  My everyday stamper is the Big Zip Family Address Self-Inking Stamper.  This is the stamper that gets all the kudos! I use this for everyday correspondence.  But seeing that I am always sending in notes for school and sports, I started realizing this stamp is really a lifesaver.  Here are some other creative uses for your stamper:

  • When sending in money for field trips for school, simply stamp the envelope – no need for writing your kids name!
  • When giving holiday tips, use the stamper on the envelope.  If the person wants to write a thank you note, they already have your address.
  • When turning in money for group sports activities, the stamper makes it easy to see who it’s from.
  • You can instantly make bag tags for luggage, backpacks, etc by stamping and laminating your own.
  • Stamp the inside of your books.  This way, if you lend them out, they know who to return them to.

Those are just a few ideas.  I am sure you can think of more.


My other favorite self-inking stamper is the Hanging Ornaments Self-Inking Stamper.  When sending my holiday cards and packages, I always use this stamper.  There’s something exciting about getting a holiday card in the mail with the festive stamp on it.  It adds so much!

What uses do you have for your stampers?  Share them in the comments below.  I would love to hear your ideas!






7 Great Packing Tips

17 Jul


Summer is a popular time for people to move.  The weather is nice, it’s before the new school year starts and it makes it easy to meet new neighbors, too.  However, moving can be an overwhelming and stressful time.  I found a list of 7 great packing tips from move.com to help you get ready!

Packing Tip #1: Don’t procrastinate. This seems simple enough, but getting started can be difficult. A few weeks prior to your move, start packing several boxes a day. Begin with items that are least essential to your daily life. If you pace yourself, you will be more organized and the job won’t be so overwhelming. Make packing easier by not waiting to get started.

Packing Tip #2: Pack room-by-room. Focus on one area of a room at a time and don’t mix items from different rooms in one box. To prevent miniature knickknacks and small items from being lost or mistakenly thrown out with the packing paper, wrap them in brightly-colored tissue paper.

Packing Tip #3: Label clearly. On the top and side of each box, write a general description of the contents and the room name. Use different colored markers for each room, which will provide additional clarity for you and your movers.

Packing Tip #4: Stay clean. Regular newspaper may bleed ink onto your possessions. Use white packing paper to wrap all items.

Packing Tip #5: Use boxes designed for moving. Boxes obtained from grocery or liquor stores are not always clean and might not hold the weight of the items that you will be putting in them. In addition, varying box sizes can make loading more difficult.

Packing Tip #6: Know what you can’t pack. Some common household items can’t be shipped because they are hazardous. Don’t wind up on the wrong side of the law.

Packing Tip #7: Don’t box up everything. You should personally transport heirlooms, important papers, legal documents (wills, passports. etc.), and valuables. Make packing easier by decided what doesn’t need to be packed.

Of course, once you settle in, you need to let everyone know that you’ve moved.  While we can’t help you move (sorry … we have plans that day!), we can help you with moving cards and moving announcements, personalized stampers, labels and more.




7 Packing Tips Source:  Moving.com

Making a Move this Summer

13 Jun

Summer is a popular time to sell and buy a new home.  Most people feel that summer is the best time to move as the weather is ideal.  If you have children, summer is a great time to move as their school year has ended and they can settle in before they start their new school year in the fall.  It’s important to let family and friends know of your move so they can update their records for future correspondence.  The Stationery Studio has three great solutions to make it easy to let everyone know of your new address:

  • 38951_BC79BC5D-E372-7A98-AB7EEB0BBF84CF48Moving Announcements – What better way to let people know of your new address than with a moving announcement?  With so many stylish designs to pick from, these are a great way to announce your move.  These are also easy to tuck into address books to make sure you’re not forgotten when holiday cards are sent.


  • Personalized Address Labels – These are perfect for all your correspondence and with so many options to pick from, you can chose an address label that reflects your personality. Address labels are also perfect for children’s school supplies that need to be labeled.



  • Stampers – Personalized self-inking stampers are an easy and affordable way to display your new address. With so many styles and colors to choose from, there is something for everyone.


I also found this great article “33 Moving Tips That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier” by Peggy Wang.  There are some really great moving tips in her article that I wish I had known about when I moved!