Paw Print Rubber Stamps

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PAWSITIVE IMPRESSIONS

ONE-OF-A-KIND RUBBER STAMPS…
AS SPECIAL AS YOUR LITTLE ONE!

 

WHAT WE DO:

Pawsitive Impressions will take the unique image of your pet’s paw print and transform it into a rubber stamp that can be used to sign greeting cards, letters or to leave your pet’s mark anywhere your imagination leads you! Crafters can use them in many ways, including scrap booking and card-making. The stamps make great gifts for pet-lovers who have “everything,” and to celebrate adoptions.

HOW WE DO IT:

When an order is received we send out a kit that includes all you need to make the paw print image: A non-toxic/child-safe stamp pad; unscented, alcohol free paw-wipe, paper, a postage-paid envelope to return the image, and of course, directions to guide you through the simple process.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO:

To get a kit email or send your name, address, day and evening telephone number along with your check or money order (made payable to "Robin Rosner") to:

Pawsitive Impressions
P.O. Box 24471
Cleveland, OH 44124

We also accept your Visa and MasterCard payments by phone at (440) 473-2056. Stamps are $40 plus $8 shipping and handling, plus sales tax in Ohio. Gift wrap is available for an additional $4. All stamps will be produced with a traditional stamp handle unless you request a flat top. If you wish, you can also add your pet’s name in the image area to be included in the reproduction. If you don’t like your handwriting, Pawsitive Impressions can print your pet’s name to be included in the image area. Due to the personalized nature of the stamps, unless there is an error on our part, all sales are final. In the event you are unable to capture the paw print image, please let us know within 60 days and we will refund your payment, less a $10 fee to cover the kit and shipping expenses.

Once your kit is received follow the directions and return the image to us. Most pets are cooperative; you know your pet best. Although primarily intended for cats and dogs, we’d be happy to work with any willing creature, although we suggest checking with your pet’s health care professional if you have any particular concerns.

WHAT IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN ONE PET?

We appreciate those who have room in their hearts and homes for more than one canine or feline family member! If an order is placed at the same time, and the completed stamps will be shipping to one address, you may deduct $10 from the cost of each additional stamp after the first. Please be sure, if you live in Ohio to include your sales tax for the total amount.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?

Generally within two weeks from the time we receive your image we’ll have it on the way back to you, with the exception of busy seasons when it may take a bit longer.

WHO WE ARE:

Robin Rosner, Canine Mom and CEO

Born in Detroit, Robin Rosner worked in retail sales while obtaining her college degrees in Ohio. Robin and Malie, Photo courtesy of Ken Blaze and The Lake County News Herald, Copyright © 2005She has worked more than fifteen years at a local office on aging as a social worker. Pawsitive Impressions was created to supplement her income after being inspired by observing muddy paw prints left by her own canine daughters on the patio one spring day. She has always considered canine and feline companions as family members, and nursed her two canine daughters, Carel and Ali through serious illnesses before they passed away six weeks apart in 2000. She has coordinated and been a presenter at professional association meetings discussing the importance of the human/animal bond and is passionate about animal advocacy. She has lived in Lyndhurst, Ohio, for more than 35 years. She does some freelance writing and enjoys corresponding with established authors who have written about the canines in their lives.

 

Malie Rosner, Canine Daughter, Creative Director

Malie is the former “Molly,” found in a Columbus, Ohio, field and rescued off an internet website by a friend who adopted her. A border collie terrier mix, her herding instincts resulted in tangled leashes when out walking with the friend and her other dog. One of Malie’s visits became extended when her “grandpa” was recuperating from by-pass surgery…and she was ultimately re-adopted and stayed. Her name is Hawaiian and means calm and serene. She enjoys traveling to canine-friendly cities like Toronto and is especially fond of room service.

 

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