Traditional Rubber Stamps

Cost-effective and timeless option for customizing a multitude of surfaces

Our classic traditional rubber stamps are a timeless and economical solution for all your stamping needs. Crafted with precision and attention to detail these stamps deliver clear and crisp impressions, making them an essential tool for businesses, professionals, crafters, and individuals alike. Ideal for use with fast-drying inks, or when an oversize stamp is required. With their versatility and enduring quality, these stamps are engineered to provide years of durable use.

(Stock iamge) A hand, from the wrist down, stamping a piece of paper. The wrist has a cuff with silver cufflink.

Key Features

  • High-Quality Craftsmanship: Our traditional rubber stamps are meticulously crafted using premium materials to ensure durability and longevity. The sturdy rubber die and wooden mount and handle are designed to withstand repetitive use without compromising the quality of the impressions.
  • Customizable Designs: We offer a wide range of customization options, allowing you to create a stamp that perfectly suits your needs. Whether you need a simple address stamp, a custom logo stamp, or a personalized design, our traditional rubber stamps can be tailored to your specifications.
  • Versatile and Multi-Purpose: Our traditional rubber stamps can be used for a wide range of applications including marking documents, labeling bags and boxes, creating crafts, and more. Ideal for stamping on glossy brochures and non-porous surfaces. Specialty mounts are also available for marking large or uneven surfaces. 
  • Classic and Timeless Appeal: The traditional look and feel of these rubber stamps evoke a sense of nostalgia while providing a practical and economical stamping solution. They are perfect for adding a touch of elegance to correspondence, invitations, certificates, and other important documents.

Frequently Asked QuestionsTraditional Rubber Stamps

How do I use a traditional rubber stamp?

Using a traditional rubber stamp is simple. Apply ink to the rubber die using an ink pad, ensuring even coverage. Then, firmly press the stamp onto the desired surface. The pressure and angle of the stamping determine the clarity of the impression. Practice on scrap paper before stamping important documents for optimal results.

What kind of ink should I use with a traditional rubber stamp?

Traditional rubber stamps can be used with various types of ink, including water-based or alcohol-based (fast drying). It's important to choose an ink that is compatible with the surface you are stamping on.

Can traditional rubber stamps be used on glossy surfaces?

When used with standard water-based inks, rubber stamps are designed for porous surfaces such as paper and envelopes. However when used with fast-drying inks they work well on glossy and non-porous surfaces.

How do I clean a traditional rubber stamp?

To clean a traditional rubber stamp, gently dab the stamp on a damp cloth or use a small amount of mild detergent mixed with water. Gently wipe the rubber die to remove any excess ink or debris. Avoid using harsh chemicals or scrubbing vigorously, as it may damage the rubber die. Allow the stamp to air dry before storing it.

Do you offer volume discounts for traditional rubber stamps?

Yes, we offer volume discounts for traditional rubber stamps. If you need a large quantity of stamps for corporate use, events, etc. please contact our customer support to inquire about our bulk pricing options. We'll be happy to assist you with your specific requirements.

How long does it take to produce traditional rubber stamps?

Our standard turnaround time is one day. We also offer same day rush service for a nominal additional charge. Oversize stamps and large volume orders will take slightly longer, depending on the size of the order.

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