Stamping Street

Sally Walker

  • United Kingdom

“Personalised Hand Stamped Metal Jewellery and Gifts as unique as you are. Established since 2014. Family run business.”

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About Stamping Street

Stamping Street

Stamping by hand, your loved ones names, special dates and personal messages into jewellery, thoughtful gifts and keepsakes that you will treasure forever.

She believed she could ... so she did.

Stamping Street first opened their virtual doors in April 2014 when Sally fancied trying a new craft whilst on maternity leave.

Restricted by maternity pay and with only £50 to spare for a few necessities, Sally picked up a hammer for the first time and instantly fell in love with the craft of metal stamping. Sally shared a few of her first makes on Facebook and from the start, it proved to be a huge success. With hardly a chance to catch her breath, Sally was launched into a successful small business, knowing how lucky she was to be doing something she loves so dearly.

The time came to return to the day job when our youngest of three boys was 6 months old, however Sally juggled commitments and continued to run Stamping Street during the evenings and at weekends. With three children, two jobs and a husband who worked shifts as a Firefighter, life was not a walk in the park but being fuelled with passion and driven by determination, we all found a way to make it work!

After 3 years of trading and working very hard, Sally now runs Stamping Street full time from her home in the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands, UK. I know how lucky I am to be doing something I love so dearly.

All of Stamping Street's items are handmade by me, Sally. By its very nature and appeal, hand stamped items will have their imperfections and irregularities and no two items will ever be the same. It's one of the things I adore about the craft.

What better gift is there, than an item that is 'one of a kind'?

Knowing that nobody in the world has the same.

Gifts and handmade pieces that are as individual as you are.