My stamp from SimonStamp.com is here! Very exciting, looks very nice - the ink pad though is not great. Will have to find something slightly more generous with the ink.
about 2 years ago
The stamp came out awesome @Ema.
Thanks Herson - it looks great on textured paper, i.e my envelopes. I think I may order some more stamps from the same place - they were really quick with the delivery, too!
Nice, I have been thinking of making some stamps also. They just look good.
Will take a look at the www.simonstamp.com
And honest,for 13 dollars, they're dirt cheap.
They are :)
this looks great! - I followed you just to see the final outcome. anyone know of any UK companies who would do this? I'm talking personal experience here as I know how to google :)
I don't know any in the UK, no. I'm in Australia and I just didn't want to bother looking for local options when the US ones were so cheap, reliable and fast.
Ahh, I didnt realise you had them shipped to Oz. Well worth the $13 - It looks amazing.
looks great. terrific outcome.
Sweet! Just ordered one for myself! :)
@Patrick: Don't forget to share a pic of it when you get it!
Yeah, you got a rebound coming your way!
Nice stamp, Ema.
Thanks for the tip on simonstamp.com.
For some time I wanted a stamp for my own brand, but never went into the effort of actually make that happen.
@Gert So I'll be looking forward to another rebound :)
by Patrick Carter
Ema's dribbble was so cool, I got a stamp too! Incredible price and it was here in literally 2 days. Gold ink.
about 2 years ago
Wow, this looks great. The typesetting is really nicely done
Thanks Claire, Mike - I should get another one going, got lots of use out of this one.
almost 2 years ago
I love stamps! So economical, so wonderfully vintage! Great job
over 1 year ago
Just came across this via this blog: http://designwoop.com/2012/02/25-beautiful-stamp-designs/
Such a nice stamp! sounds like it might be worth investigating!
about 1 year ago
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