Though there are many things that set us apart from other stamps on the market (such as our great customer service, quality stampers imported from Austria and made-in-the-USA personalized stamp dies, crisp and clean stamp impressions up to 10,000 times...) the biggest difference is our technology. It's patented and we call it Peel & Stick. Even retailers and customers who have known PSA Essentials for years sometimes are surprised to learn about this technology.
Usually self-inking stamp designs are glued directly on the stamper. Whatever style you choose, whatever address you have -- you are stuck with it because it's permanently affixed to your stamper. But with PSA stamps -- they are interchangeable. We have hundreds of Peel & Stick Packs to interchange your stamp, or you can order a "die only" personalized address.
Lesley in our art department came up with this graphic to help illustrate the point. Instead of keeping the same stamp on your stamper all the time, you change change up your middle for your occasion. Sending a birth announcement? Use the "carriage" from Carriage Peel & Stick pack. Sending an Easter card? Use the Easter Egg from PSA Topiary Peel & Stick pack. We have dozens and dozens of packs - there's one for every occasion, holiday or season.
Peel & Stick stamps aren't complicated, they're easy to use. The stamps don't permanently loose their stickiness either. (If they aren't sticky, just wash them in warm soapy water -- never use rubbing alcohol or cleaners -- and then dry them off. They really bounce right back and become sticky again! Read this blog post if this is still unclear!)
We did a video years ago on Peel & Stick stamps. If you haven't watched before, watch it now!
Retailers should check their emails on Sunday for special offers on Peel & Stick packs. If you are a customer and want to start shopping Peel & Stick stamps, head on over to our website to find a retailer near you! Peel & Stick stamp packs retail for $15 and include 9 inner stamps and one outer ring.
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