ReturnToSenderCo

Custom rubber stamps, embossers and branding.

Buyers are raving!

This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

Announcement    ** I ship on Mondays. Make sure to place your order and send or approve artwork by Thursday to make the following Monday's shipment. **

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Last updated on May 24, 2020

** I ship on Mondays. Make sure to place your order and send or approve artwork by Thursday to make the following Monday's shipment. **

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About ReturnToSenderCo

Sales 1,457
On Etsy since 2018

Contributing a small part to small business' across the globe!

Hello! I have been an Etsy seller for about 8 years under 'Sarah Types'. Return To Sender Co is a new home for my beautiful engraved wooden stamps which are all made locally in Toronto, Canada. I'm happy to work with you to create the perfect stamp or branding tool for your small business. Feel free to read reviews and please send me a message if you have any questions.

Shop members

  • Sarah Trafford

    Owner

    I'm a letterer and designer and am admittedly a make-a-holic, I can't help but want to make everything with my own two hands.

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Last updated on Mar 1, 2021
Frequently asked questions
Where can I send my logo file?

sarahtrafford@me.com

What type of file do you need for logo stamps?

A high resolution file in black and white. File type can be pdf, ai, eps, jpg or png.

Can I see a proof before you make it?

Yes, If you have a custom order (something with a custom design or text) I will send you an image of what will be cut into the stamp before production. This allows you to approve the spelling. If it's a logo, there is no need for a proof.

Do you offer local pickup?

Yes, I am in downtown Toronto and can offer local pickup. Please message me for location and hours.

My soap stamp isn't imprinting well

Please check your technique, these stamps are the correct depth and have worked successfully when done correctly.

These links may help:

www.lovinsoap.com/2017/10/guest-post-using-stamps-to-embellish-soaps-by-...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdfdsBshm0Y

What size should I purchase?

This depends on the size of the surface you are stamping. If you are worried about legibility, try printing your image or logo at the size you wish, if it looks good it will also look good when stamped.