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Discussion in 'Printing & Print Design Forum:' started by GibbonIt, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. GibbonIt

    GibbonIt Member

    Hi Guys,
    Sorry I haven't been on lately, been incredibly busy. I hope to join in on some of the weekly challenges (they look great fun).
    Just a quickie. I am looking at getting some stamps printed for a venture I am experimenting with. These are hand drawn 'vintage' style, but cannot seem to find a printer that could print one or two one off stamp design that I will have drawn myself (relatively large). See something like this.
    Any Ideas?
  2. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    you mean 'rubber stamps' not postage stamps... are you after the actual stamp or the printed image?
    never used them and we may have some 'printers' on the forum that may be an option too but you could try for the physical stamp (you'd need the ink mat)
    Another option if it's the stamp is get a rubber sheet (few mm thick), print the design and then cut it out with a nice sharp scalpel which you then stick onto a block of wood....
  3. GibbonIt

    GibbonIt Member

    Hi Levi,
    Thanks will have a look around that site.
    Yes, I am looking for a rubber stamp that is relatively large (50mm) tall for a hand drawn design (this could potentially be recreated on the pc).
  4. floriographic

    floriographic Member

    I produced a stamp for a client last year and the best place i could find was
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  5. GibbonIt

    GibbonIt Member

    Almost exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
  6. Tony Hardy

    Tony Hardy Guest

    I've been looking for something similar to this too! Good find :)
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  7. floriographic

    floriographic Member

    No worries! Took me ages to find a good supplier so happy to share!
  8. GibbonIt

    GibbonIt Member

    Just thought I'd update this post.

    I designed and ordered a stamp design for packaging/envelopes from English Stamp (as recommended by floriographic), its small and simple - but I wanted to test the stamp quality before ordering a larger one.

    I ordered at around Midday and the stamp was with me the next day - the quality of the stamp is great too, I'd certainly recommend them. I'll post some photos of the stamp stamped on something when I get the chance.

  9. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member


    i've been thinking of ordering from English Stamp for a while now and I've seen they do some big, bad boy stamps too.

    Aslo been looking at making my own, a little like this:

  10. Soprano

    Soprano Member

    Scotty do you have the cutting tools to do a Linocut stamp? If not I have a little set here I no longer use, would be happy to send it on if you can make use of it.
  11. floriographic

    floriographic Member

    Glad you were pleased with the recommendation Ben.. Looks good, i'd like to see it in action.
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  12. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    I don't Lee-Ann and I could very much make use of one! :)

    I'll be happy to send you the money for it and of course cover the P+P.

    I've been doing a fair bit of vintage style typography recently and I fancy doing some block/stamp print t-shirts.
    Way back I used to design an sell a lot of V-Dub shirts and I made some stamps for the swing tags similar to that pic I posted and I remember it was great fun and I'd love to do it again,

    I love carving stuff as I find it's great therapy. :)
  13. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    BTW Ben.

    For God sake post us a pic of something stamped.

    It's killing me. ;)
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  14. wetong

    wetong New Member

    :thumbup1: :thumbup1: :thumbup1:
  15. Soprano

    Soprano Member

    No need, it's just taking up space!

    Pop over your address and I'll get it in the post on Monday. :)
  16. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    Thanks Lee-Ann, that's SO kind of you. :)

    I'll PM you once I've worked out how to.
  17. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    I got me some lino cutters now thanks to Lee-Ann.


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  18. Soprano

    Soprano Member

    You're welcome :)

    I was a bit worried I'd be hunted down and jailed for sending sharp objects through the post. :lol:

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