New PSA Essentials Personalized Stamps


This is a sponsored post.  I was given a free personalized stamp to create this project, but the opinions in this post are 100% my own.

As you might remember, last year I worked as a member of PSA Essentials’ design team.  I love their unique products and sturdy design.  I use my PSA stamps frequently in my crafting, and I gave my personalized home address stamp a workout with our batch of Christmas cards last month.

PSA has just leaked their new line of personalized stamp designs, and I think they are fabulous.  Here are some of the new stamp specs:

  • 16 new personalized address stamp designs
  • Updated designs to include current trends and classic styles
  • Some stamps are two part Peel & Stick while others are full Peel & Stick
  • All designs work with PSA Essentials stampers

From wood block to script to nautical motifs to chevron, PSA Essentials has something for everyone.   These are just some of my favorites from the new line.  I love the modern, but READABLE, fonts.  That’s a big deal for me.


All of the new designs work with PSA Essentials stampers so if you already have an address stamp you just can order the die only for just $20.00.  While the die comes with standard black ink, you can also purchase additional ink cartridges in bold colors, or try one of PSA’s two-color inks.  The ink cartridges snap in and out of the standard stamp die easily.


I own one PSA personalized stamp in the old Wallace design that we use for return addresses on envelopes.  I also have one in the Christi design with all my Mad in Crafts business information on it.  Whether you are buying for personal use or for a business, the stamps make a great impression. You can order your new personalized stamp from The Paper Clique today!

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Thanks,  Jessica

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