For over 20 years we have specilized in making rubber stamps and we think we're pretty good at it now! Our stamps are made from polymer. This is an artificial rubber material, widely used in the printing industry. We can achieve great detail in our stamps with this material, which is CLEAR and can be supplied unmounted for use with clear blocks to aid the positioning of your images. You can specify a clear stamp at the checkout.
We can produce any size custom stamp up to 280 x 180mm. The stamp-making process is photographic and so the image you supply us must be of good quality. Click here to open a page of examples of un/suitable images (pdf).
Please be sure that your image for upload meets the following specification:
- save the file as a jpg (no other files can be uploaded)
- image should be 200x200 pixels min. and actual size
- min. resolution is 300 dpi
- greyscale not colour
The image can be hand-drawn or computer-generated. Max. file size is 4MB.
The image you upload should be exactly as you want it to appear when stamped (i.e. text is the correct way round). Do not reverse your image!
If you are unsure if your image is suitable for our custom stamp service, please contact us.
If you have difficulty adjusting or uploading your image, you can click here to email it to us.
We'll adjust your image or advise you what you can do to get your stamp made!
We will contact you if there are any problems with any supplied image for our custom stamp service.
Our standard range of art stamps is manufactured from a synthetic rubber and mounted on hardwood handles to ensure durability.
They are available in three sizes, 1", 2" and 4".
The 1" stamps are designed for use on paper and cards.
The 2" stamps can also be used on walls and fabrics.
The 4" stamps are designed for use on walls and fabrics.
If you're a cardmaker, you'll be delighted by our large range of inkpads and embossing powders.
Use our inkpads to decorate paper, cards, glossy surfaces, glass (with Stazon), fabric (with VersaCraft), wood, shrink plastic and much more.
We have a fantastic selection of embossing powders available. All are used the same way:
Stamp your image using a pigment ink (VersaColor is perfect)
Pour a good amount of powder onto the stamped image.
The excess powder can be returned to the jar
Heat the image gently with the heat gun.
Use swirling movements so as not to scorch the surface.
The powder will melt in a few seconds and that’s it!
Clear powders will allow the ink colour to show through. Other colours will completely obscure the underlying ink colour. Sparkle colours have a permanent glitter effect.