Post # 1
Anyone know where or how I could possibly create my own stamp? I have a vector image that kinda fell into being the star of attention for my save the dates and I really would like our wedding invites to have an "expensive" look but of course being a graphic designer a flat print just doesnt cut it. SO trying my hand at embossing but delima time need to create a stamp out of my beautiful "accessory". Any suggestions?
Post # 3
The cheapest that I have found is http://simonstamp.com/
But thanks for asking this question… I’ll be watching to see if anyone else has a better suggestion!
Post # 4
I also used simonstamp.com for the speed too. I’ve used others (can’t remember off the top of my head), but they took to long to make.
Post # 5
there are lots of sellers on http://www.etsy.com I had one made for invitation, and I used the alchemy feature to find a seller that fit what I needed.
Post # 6
I used RubberStamps.net… I believe my stamp was under $10 with shipping. Even with standard USPS shipping it arrived in 4 days.
Post # 7
I used eRubberStamp.com http://www.erubberstamp.com/
I ordered a customized rubber stamp and an embosser as well.
I’m in Canada and the customer service rep that I dealt with (Jana, I think) was very helpful. She responded to my emails very promptly. They provided me with 2 sets of proofs. The turnaround to receive the proofs was next day. Super service. Highly recommend.
My 2"x2" rubber stamp on a wooden block with handle was only $20
Post # 8
I just used simon stamp to make a stamp for the addresses on our reply envelopes. My new printer (that I was so excited to buy two weeks ago) won’t feed small envelopes. I paid $17.99 including shipping for a 1.5" x 3" stamp. I’ll let you know how it turns out!