Learn more about getting a custom stamp made
Personalised stamps are a great way to boost your branding.
Stamps are super eco friendly as they can be reused often and in multiple ways. By choosing the right inkt you can use your rubber stamps on many different materials, including cardboard, fabrics and paper.
The advantage of having a stamp made with a laser cutter is the very fine details that can be caputured. Stamps as small as 1×1 cm can be made and the smallest details will be clear.
Use a custom Stamp to update your Packaging
Custom packaging stamps are a great way to:
- be able to personalise your packaging in a low-cost way;
- add ‘Handle With Care’ warnings to your postage packaging;
- to make your sales look professional by showing your brand on the packaging.
- make your packaging more sustainable by replacing stickers with reusable stamps.
Get a Logo Stamp made
Logo stamps are a very popular option. They are a super easy and cost-friendly way to personalise your packaging.
Personalised stamps are a great way to:
- to add your logo to your products and packaging;
- to make your sales look professional by showing your brand on the products;
- to show your brand or business name on your products and orders.
2×2 cm logo stamp
1×4 cm logo stamp
4×4 cm Thank You stamp
3×4 cm Logo stamp
5×5 cm logo stamp
3×6 cm logo stamp
7×7 logo stamp
2×4 cm logo stamp
Get a custom QR code stamp made
QR stamps are super versitile. Use them on your packages, your business cards, your thank you cards or on any scap paper to turn it into a new business card. QR stamps are a super easy and cost-friendly way to personalise your packaging.
3×3 cm custom QR stamp
4×4 cm custom QR stamp
How to order a custom stamp
Step 1: Order a custom stamp in the size that you want.
Step 2: Send your design to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send a black and white design, with at least 300dpi.
If possible use a vector file and file format (*.ai, *.eps, *.svg)
Possible file formats: *.ai, *.eps, *.svg, *.png, *.jpg, *.pdf
Step 3: Within a few days you will receive a design proof in your email. Check this proof. Respond with any required adjustments or an ok on the design.
Step 4: Your stamp will be produced and sent to you within 1-3 weeks.
If you have no digital design, but know what stamp you want, I can create a design for you. Please contact me to discuss the options.
Contact me if you have any questions
Please contact me with any inquiries about personalised stamps!
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4 Tips for Designing a Rubber Stamp
Rubber stamps are a versatile tool that can be used to create beautiful designs on a variety of surfaces. However, designing the perfect image for your rubber stamp can be a challenge. In this article, we’ll explore what types of images work best on rubber stamps and share some tips and tricks for creating your own beautiful designs.
What Images Work Best on Rubber Stamps?
When it comes to designing images for rubber stamps, it’s important to consider the level of detail in the image. Images with intricate details may not transfer well onto the rubber stamp, and could result in smudges or incomplete transfers. Simple, bold designs tend to work best for rubber stamps. This is because the raised areas of the stamp will transfer ink to the surface, and areas with small details may not transfer well.
It’s also important to consider the size of the image. The larger the image, the more difficult it may be to transfer the ink evenly onto the surface. Smaller images tend to work better on rubber stamps, especially if you plan to use the stamp repeatedly.
4 Tips for Designing Your Own Rubber Stamp Images
1. Keep it simple
When designing images for rubber stamps, it’s important to remember that simple designs tend to work best. This is because only the raised areas of the stamp will transfer ink to the surface, and areas with small details may not transfer well. Consider using bold lines and minimal details when designing your image. One way to simplify your design is to use a single color or a limited color palette. This can create a striking image that is easy to stamp repeatedly. Another way to simplify your design is to use negative space to create contrast and balance. By keeping your design simple, you can ensure that it will transfer cleanly and easily onto a variety of surfaces.
2. Create your design in one color
Using only one colour in your rubber stamp design is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is also necessary for the stamp production process. When creating rubber stamps, the design is typically carved into a single piece of rubber or a polymer material, which is then mounted onto a wooden or acrylic block. Using multiple colours in your design would require multiple stamps to be created, each with a different colour, and then carefully aligned when stamping.
Additionally, using one colour allows for the design to be easily reproduced and consistent across multiple stamps. This is especially important for businesses that need to produce a large number of stamps, as it allows for a more streamlined and efficient production process.
Using a single colour also allows for greater flexibility when it comes to stamping on different coloured surfaces. With a one-colour design, you can easily switch up the colour of ink you use, allowing for greater versatility in your projects.
3. Use vector software
When creating your rubber stamp image, consider using vector software such as Adobe Illustrator (paid) or Inkscape (free). These programs allow you to create crisp, clean lines that will transfer well onto the rubber stamp. Vector software also allows you to easily resize your image without losing quality, which is important when designing stamps of different sizes. Using vector software can take some practice, but it’s a great way to create professional-looking rubber stamp images.
4. Test your design
Before creating your rubber stamp, it’s important to test your design. You can do this by printing your image out on paper, in actual size. This will allow you to see how the design looks on paper and get a feel for the size. You can then make any necessary adjustments before creating your stamp. Pay attention to areas that may not transfer well, such as small or closly placed details.