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Custom Business Card Stamps by MaeMae Paperie

Custom Stamps by MaeMae Paperie

Looking for a smart business card that still has a handmade vibe? MaeMe Paperie’s custom business card stamps are just what you need. They are perfect for all of your stationery needs (business cards, letterheads, notecards, etc.) and you can mix things up with different colors of ink and paper.

Check out our favorites after the jump!

 

MaeMae Paperie offers a variety of stamps to give you a well-designed business card and letterhead without the expense of hiring a designer. All of the classic designs can be customized to meet your specific needs.

 

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Business Card Stamp ($72)

A versatile stamp that can be used for business cards, letterhead, and more. Available in a variety of typefaces.

 

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Marlowe Address Kit ($96)

Address your letter in style. The set comes with an address stamp and a smaller “send to” stamp, perfect for brides who don’t have printed envelopes.

 

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Oswald Address Stamp ($68)

This 1930s-inspired address stamp will add vintage charm to all of your envelopes. Arrives in a lovely linen bag a perfect gift!

 

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Quimby Initial Stamp ($68)

This lovely initial stamp would make a great wedding or shower gift. Also available as an address kit and date stamp.

 

Visit MaeMae Paperie to see more from their collection.

 

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