My stamp arrived today. This is what a stamp should look like. Made from wood!
over 1 year ago
Thank you so much Justin. I'm very happy with the result too :)
Ik want one!!
where did you order from? I was thinking about getting a self-Inking one, what is your perspective on that.
Hi Mike. Thanks for your reply. I think the best way to order a stamp is to find a local stamp-supplier.
Self-inking stamps are good for stamping your address. But most of them are made of plastic and pretty fragile.
I like the wooden stamps since you can adjust pressure easily, make it a bit blurry by moving it during stamping. You can use different colors of ink, and stamp 2 or 3 times without re-inking it. Sometimes it's better to have less ink on the stamp.
Looks good, so where did you make yours? or is that a secret? :P
No secret at all. Since you're located in The Netherlands you could order this stamp at www.flyeralarm.nl That's where I got it from. But, actually I prefer smaller (local) suppliers. After I ordered this one a friend told me you can get stamps from http://www.mark-stempels.nl/ as well. You might want to ask them first.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
So is the stamp area itself made of wood or rubber?
@Joaquim Marques Nielsen The stamp area itself is made of rubber, but the rest is wood.
But it might be interesting to have a wooden stamp area… something I want to check out in the future :)
@MoetMoet Dutch Letterpress Thanks man! That made it easier for me to find what I'm looking for (which is the same type of stamp as you have here).
@Joaquim Marques Nielsen I'm glad it helped you :)
Stamps always LIKE!
10 months ago
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