Post # 1
I was wondering if anyone created their own rubber stamp from an image (.jpg or vector?) Does anyone have a recommendation for a website or know of chain stores that might offer this service? Just trying to get some help with this one. Thanks so much in advance!
Post # 3
We actually got a rubber stamp made for our wedding. My Destination Wedding created an image for us to stamp onto cards and our favor bags. We got it made at simonstamp.com.
It came out just perfect and we’re going to be using it on all kinds of things.
Post # 4
Very fast, great quality, cheap
Post # 5
I think Vistraprint.com lets you upload your own logo onto a stamp!
Post # 6
I got mine from etsy – I can highly recommend the seller – savethedate
Post # 7
I was just about to order a custom rubber stamp, so this thread came at a good time. I was looking at this shop on etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/myclearstamps?ref=seller_info
Post # 8
Seriously, check out rubberstamps.net. I really think etsy vendors must use something like that and pocket the extra money.
Post # 9
And this is why I ask you ladies! Thank you so much for your help! You’re the best!
Post # 10
You could take a peak on etsy – there’s a lot of people who sell custommade rubber stamps! 🙂 Though that rubberstamps.net website looks good as well. Do you have a design yourself already or are you still looking for one? If you already have one I’d go for rubberstamps.net or similar, but if you are also looking for a nice design still, etsy is an incredible place to get inspiration!
Post # 11
@mrs-to-be: I already have a design and am pretty firm on the dimensions. Thanks so much for the input!
Seriously, you ladies are so wonderful!
Post # 12
I’ve ordered two for our wedding.
The first, a self-inking version, was from Vistaprint. Really easy to customize (just upload a PDF) and great quality — no complaints there.
The second was a custom-made rubber stamp from http://www.rubberstampchamp.com. Also a great product, and they were quicker than Vistaprint. I had to do a traditional hand stamp because I wanted to use colored ink.
I designed both using Adobe Illustrator. But, both also accepted PDFs if that is easier for you.
Post # 13
I’ve used http://www.rubberstampchamp.com in the past. The quality is great, and I plan on using them for our custom stamps.