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hand-carved stamps: 50 of my favorite

by Grace Bonney

I’ve been thinking about written letters a lot lately and how much I love them as an excuse to use stamps. I’m a bit of a stamp hoarder (thankfully I can hide them at my office now), so I thought it would be fun to round up my favorite hand-carved examples on Etsy. There are some pretty decent stamp sellers on Etsy right now, so there is a TON to choose from here (organized into groups: love, symbols and shapes, nature and random). My favorites are kinda quirky, but hopefully there will be something here for everyone. Who doesn’t love getting real mail with a little stamp on the seal? It’s the best. Stamp away! xo, grace

Two images above: Memi The Rainbow at Etsy

Image above: TC Witchcraft Factory at Etsy

Image above: Doodlebug Design on Etsy

46 more favorite stamps continue after the jump . . .

LOVEY DOVEY


Both stamps above: Doodlebug Design on Etsy

Image above: Happie Stamps at Etsy

Image above: This Is Just To Say at Etsy

SYMBOLS AND SHAPES



Three images above: Creatiate at Etsy



Three images above: This Is Just To Say at Etsy

Image above: Extase at Etsy

Image above: Memi The Rainbow at Etsy

NATURE


Two images above: Creatiate at Etsy




Four images above: Extase at Etsy

Image above: Green garden stamps at Etsy

Image above: Hugfish and Orange at Etsy




Four stamps above: Memi The Rainbow at Etsy


Two stamps above: Paper Fruit Hair at Etsy

Image above: Skull and Cross Buns at Etsy



Three images above: TC Witchcraft Factory at Etsy



Three images above: This Is Just To Say at Etsy

RANDOM BUT AWESOME


Two images above: Creatiate at Etsy

Image above: Doodlebug Design on Etsy


Two images above: Extase at Etsy

Image above: Jam Jam Sweet at Etsy





Five images above: Memi The Rainbow at Etsy

Image above: Paper Fruit Hair at Etsy


Two images above: Stamps by Sachi at Etsy

Image above: SugarSkull7 at Etsy


Two images above: This Is Just To Say at Etsy

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