Rose Jackson Taylor Stamps: a review

I fell in love with Rose Jackson Taylor’s hand-made stamps a few months ago at a hen party when the bride-to-be was given a ‘Mr and Mrs’ and address stamp as a gift.

The wooden mounted rubber stamps are beautiful, rustic and totally unique so I was over the moon when Rose asked me to review one of her stamps on the blog. 

As well as general stamps Rose also takes commissions for specific names or addresses and can make the stamp completely personal to you. After a bit of discussion we decided on ‘The Maynards’ for our stamp and I absolutely love the design that Rose came up with. 

I am a big fan of calligraphy and hand lettering but I’m rubbish at it myself so I’m always a little bit jealous of super arty people like Rose who seem to make even something simple look beautiful. Now I have my own stamp which can make letters, envelopes or even labelling books pretty! Horray!
Each rubber stamp is mounted on a solid piece of wood which makes holding and using the stamp really easy, allowing you to press down firmly when stamping and ensuring the image comes out very clearly.

I would highly recommend these stamps and I’m already planning who I can order them for in the future. They would make an amazing and unique wedding or new-home gift or would be great for that crafty person in your life!

Rose also does lots of other hand-lettering work and sign making, including backdrops for wedding photos and seating plans so why not check out her website for more of her work. She has kindly offered free postage on any orders that mention Dreaming of the Country so make sure you contact her soon and order your stamp!

Disclaimer: I was provided with a free hand-made stamp for the purpose of this review but the opinions are 100% mine (I really, really, reaaallllly love it!).


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  2. I can think of at least one person who would like one of those...

  3. Thank you for the Christmas presents - Great to get one of these with our new address on - now have to write some letters so I can use it