Post # 1
The USPS sent out a card saying they now do personalized stamps. I went to the website and it turns out that they just have links to the four USPS approved personalized stamp websites: Your Stamps, PhotoStamps, Zazzle, and PictureItPostage. It’s not a great deal or anything, but it’s a good roundup of what’s available if you’re trying to decide. http://www.usps.com/postagesolutions/customizedpostage.htm?from=holidayhome&page=createcustpostage
Post # 3
I used Zazzle for my customized stamps and I definitely paid a premium for them, but I couldn’t help it! They were just so darn cute! Just be warned about the way the stamps are put on the sheet. I turned a protrait stamp horizontally and when they came, you can tell it was a bit distorted and stretched. Also, if you don’t expedite shipping, it will take the full 2 weeks to receive them, so if you need them in a rush, definitely consider paying for the expedited shipping.
Post # 4
quick question about zazzle: does it print zazzle.com on all stamps? on the website’s stamp designer it seemed like i couldn’t get rid of that. does anyone know of any other service for custom stamps that doesn’t print its logo or name on the stamps?
Post # 5
zazzle does in fact have their imprint on the stamp….I’m not sure if you custom make a stamp from anywhere that it won’t have that, but I could be wrong.