If you know me at all you’ll know that I am a very organized person. Not to the point where I’m Khloe Kardashian and have an impeccable OCD kitchen, because let’s face it, I’m still a mom. But, I have learned over the years that organization and having a place for the things in my home or work is very important to me. There’s a real enjoyment in knowing where things are and that they’re in their proper place.
One way that I keep my things organized is by labeling them and today I am excited to share something I’ve had my heart on for a while and that is…
But not just any rubber stamp…I’ve connected with an Oregon based artist and studio that hand makes all of their stamps and crafts them right here in the USA. So, not only was I excited for this new idea to come to life, but I was happy to be supportive of other small businesses – especially female owned!
So, how do I use these?
One staple I’ve always had as a teacher has been a way to organize my classroom library and after many books going missing or mixed up, I knew I needed a new way to keep my books in order. Book plates are great options for personal book organization because I am able to quickly stamp or sticker each of my books to ensure their safe keeping whether at school or at home. Also, Greyson has received a number of books over the years and a simple way to mark them have been with these stamps.
If you’re a fellow teacher, a mom who wants to keep her children’s books organized, or find yourself as anyone in between, these book plates are a cute way to add a rustic touch to your home libraries. And don’t forget they make wonderful gifts, too for all of the book lovers in your life.
Each stamp features an engraved wooden handle and measures 3″ x 1.5″.
…and if rubber stamps aren’t your thing, don’t worry – I still got you covered. Choose between this design in either stamp or sticker form! Each sticker measures a square 3″ x 3″ and is a matte finish, which makes writing on them a breeze!
Ever since I made the switch to organizing my home and school library, I’ve rarely lost or misplaced a book – plus I get all kinds of compliments about their design. I am happy to offer personalized names to your stamp or stickers as well, making them even more special.
Shop your book plate stickers or stamps over at my shop, Little Fox Lettering Co!