Custom Rubber Stamp
Put your mark everywhere! We will make you a custom vintage wood handled stamp using your logo or image. Our stamps are both beautiful and functional.
Your stamp will arrive mounted on a natural wooden base with a gloss black handle.
Please remember to email your file to email@example.com
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Who provides the artwork for my sign?
For this product, you supply the digital artwork. Once your order is placed, please email your file to firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept .ai, .eps, .pdf, .jpg and .png artwork for stamps. Please send outlined vector artwork or images at 300 dpi resolution.
If you'd like us to create a file for you, please Contact Us for a design quote.
What is the minimum font size?
For legibility, we recommend fonts be at least 10 pt. and line thicknesses be at least .5mm.
I plan to use my stamp to make rapid impressions, any advice?
If the speed of stamping is important to you, please order your stamp no larger than 2 x 2". Extra large stamps take time to ink properly and are not a good choice if you're looking for rapid stamping, such as on packaging.
I plan to order an extra-large stamp (3 x 3" and larger), any advice?
When using extra-large stamps it takes a little more time to get a good impression. You have to work carefully to cover the whole surface with ink and get the surface of the stamp pressed evenly onto your material.
Press your stamp down first then check the surface. If it's not entirely covered with ink, press it gently to the ink pad again and swirl, placing a little more pressure in the ink-free areas.
Once the whole surface of your stamp has been inked carefully place your stamp down on the surface and apply gentle even pressure in the center and on all 4 edges of the stamp, being careful not to roll the stamp over on it's edges (think straight-down pressure instead of sliding).
If you work carefully this should give you a clear, even impression from your extra-large stamp.
Do you have any advice for buying an ink pad?
When you source your ink pad head to a quality local art supply store.
Ink pads from the big box stores tend to have less ink, feel dry and do not make a great impression. If your ink pad is lacking ink or feels dry, you can buy bottles of refill ink cheaply at places where ink pads are sold. Squirt the extra ink on to the pad surface (do this evenly from side to side) and rub it around with a gloved finger or tissue until it's soaked in. Don't overdo it, one or two passes should fully re-ink a dry ink pad.