Wednesday, June 19, 2013

15 IHeart: Lush Prints & a GIVEAWAY!

There is something so magical about receiving a special note in the mail from a dear friend or family member.  It is even more special when you the envelope is personalized and tells a story about where the contents is coming from.  That is where my pals at Lush Prints come in!

Lush Prints creates the most lovely stamps and prints in their California studio.  Each and every design is beautiful and personal and intended to be art that you will enjoy and cherish.


One of the areas Lush Prints specializes in, is return address labels.  With their stamps, they show how one can create the most adorable DIY moving cards!

  • Rubber Stamp
  • Ink Pad
  • Calligraphy Nib / Printer
  • 5x7 Flat Note Cards
  • A7 Envelopes
  • 2 3/4 Square envelope
  • 2 1/4 Square card
  • Gluestick
  • Washi Tape

Expected Time for 5 cards: 10-25 minutes 

Step 1
Ink your rubber stamp (see out video How to Stamp Correctly video here)  

Step 2
Gently press your stamp onto your square card, set aside and allow ink to dry

Step 3
On you 5x7 flat cards, write your message, by hand or simply run it through your printer

Step 4
Insert your square cards into the tiny envelope, glue directly onto your  finished note cards, seal with a piece of washi tape. 

Voila! You are done! Send them out to your friends & family. After all, everyone love a piece of mail that isn't a bill.

The fine friends at Lush Prints want to help you send special mail too, so they are here to offer up a happy giveaway to EVERYONE!  {Yes, I am talking to you too my international friends!}

a Rafflecopter giveaway

From now through June 21st, IHeart Organizing readers can receive FREE SHIPPING on orders from the Lush Prints Etsy Shop using promotional code: iHeartStamps

Good luck everyone and...

IHeart Organizing official giveaway entry rules can always be found here.


  1. Wow, such a beautiful giveaway!!

  2. Me me me!!! I love stamps and snail mail! I have a bunch of penfriends around the world and could be nice to use a personalized stamp! :D

  3. Hey Jen!
    I have a small (teeny) layout comment for you. Your giveaways always have that cute "Enter the Giveaway >>>" logo, but it isn't actually linked to the giveaway, it's just a pinterest link. So if you read in a reader like Feedly, you can't click the giveaway link! I do it every time...but LOVE your blog anyway! Thanks!

    1. Thanks for the tip! It is actually just intended to be an image {not a link} as a header for the Rafflecopter giveaway right below it. :D


  4. One of your giveaway entries is to pin a washy washi product--any chance that is from a former giveaway?

    1. Ooops, I must not have clicked update when creating this week's entries. Fixed!


  5. So excited to work with the final winner of this giveaway!! We love stamp and we know you will love yours too :D

  6. I love these stamps! We are just starting to pack for a move to Sacramento. I think I will need to get one of these once we have an address there!

    I can't seem to find those city address stamps on their website. Am I crazy, or are they not there? Any help finding them?


    1. Hi Annie!

      You can find them in their Etsy shop here:

      Thank you!

  7. I am so excited that this giveaway is open to international followers as well! I finally have a chance to win a really awesome stamp! I love them all, thanks so much!

  8. I am a HUGE fan of this blog! I definately need help organizing my life haha. This blog helps me find new unique ways to organize.

    So I wanted to give a big THANK YOU!

    Showered With Design

  9. Oh yay...and international giveaway!! So exciting!!

  10. I bought a stamp from Lush Prints and I'm really excited about making these moving cards (we're moving from Seattle, WA to Orlando, FL) but I was wondering where you bought the small, square cards and envelopes? Or did you make them?


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