Galaxy 47 - Modern Craft Tools & Objects

San Francisco, California
| 322 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars

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Last updated on Apr 26, 2022

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About GalaxyFortySeven

Sales 322
On Etsy since 2017

Shop members

  • Ranee


    I’m a designer & art director with over 20 years of design experience in New York & the Bay Area. Currently, I’m focused on creating beautiful crafting tools with a modern sensibility. I hope that you find these products useful & inspiring!

Production partners

  • A Printing Company

    Schaumburg, IL

    Environmentally minded printer using sustainably sourced and recycled papers and vegetable-based inks.

  • A print shop

    United States

    A production partner.

  • Custom Pin Manufacturer

    Orlando, FL

    Manufacturer of Custom Pins

  • Custom Sticker Production Partner

    NY, United States

    A custom product printing company specializing in stickers.

  • Sticker Manufacturer

    CO, United States

    A manufacturer of premium custom stickers made in the USA.

  • Family owned business making stamps since 1981.

    Big Lake, MN

    A valued production partner producing stamps designed by Galaxy 47.

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Last updated on Apr 26, 2022
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

How to Care for Your Stamps:

Gently remove any surface dust or particles before using your stamp.

Ensure that your printing surface is clear and even. If stamping on fabric, place a sheet of paper directly underneath the layer being stamped on so that no bleeding of ink occurs.

Ink stamp by pressing gently, but firmly on the ink pad with stamp. For large stamps, place your stamp rubber side up and ink until there is even ink coverage on the stamp.

Press stamp onto surface and apply even pressure on the stamp.

Clean stamp by making a couple of impressions on a scrap piece of paper then wipe excess ink with a damp sponge.

If heat setting on fabric, place a thin sheet of paper/fabric on top and underneath before ironing.