101 Uses for Rubber Stamps – Part 1 (Parents Edition)

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Not quite sure which stamp you want? Here are some great ideas to help you narrow down which kind of stamp you need and how to put your new stamp to use. Part 1 is for all the parents out there who might be looking for a little extra help to organize their day.

1. Mark your kids’ clothes

Do you keep getting your kids’ laundry mixed up? Do your kids’ clothes mysteriously go missing in the locker room? Misplaced towels at the swimming pool? Misplaced jerseys after a soccer game? Don’t worry. We’ve got your back! Stamp your name, address, and phone number on all your kids’ clothes, towels, and jerseys so you never have to worry about losing them again.

2. Mark your kids’ lunch bags

Does your child have food allergies? Does he or she have a generic-looking lunch bag that is easily mixed up? Stamp your child’s name and relevant food allergy warnings on the lunch bag so teachers will know what you child can and cannot eat.

3. Mark your kids’ backpacks

Many parents get frustrated with kids who have a habit of forgetting important things (like backpacks) in strange places. If your child does this, you might want to consider stamping your child’s backpack with their name, address, and phone number.

4. Mark your kids’ school supplies

Some parents might be surprised how often school supplies go missing. Mark the larger items such as notebooks and folders with your child’s name to ensure they never get lost or mixed up with anyone else’s. You can also go one step further and stamp the school subject such as Math, Science, or English on the folder or notebook to help keep your child organized.

5. Create bookmarks

Every bookworm need cool bookmarks. Encourage your child to read by making handmade bookmarks. You can even make it a family project! When you’re done, your child will have cool custom bookmarks to encourage them to read and learn.

6. Check off chore lists

Does your child have a list of chores they need to check off every day? Having a custom stamp can make the chore list a little more fun! Use one of the hundreds of graphics from our logo library to create your custom stamp. It can be something as simple as a star or a smiley face.


Need some help figuring out which stamp matches your specific needs? Give us a call at 1 (850) 7STAMPS or visit us online. Our team is here to assist in any way we can.

parents organizing child's school supplies

Not quite sure which stamp you want? Here are some great ideas to help you narrow down which kind of stamp you need and how to put your new stamp to use. Part 1 is for all the parents out there who might be looking for a little extra help to organize their day.

1. Mark your kids’ clothes

Do you keep getting your kids’ laundry mixed up? Do your kids’ clothes mysteriously go missing in the locker room? Misplaced towels at the swimming pool? Misplaced jerseys after a soccer game? Don’t worry. We’ve got your back! Stamp your name, address, and phone number on all your kids’ clothes, towels, and jerseys so you never have to worry about losing them again.

2. Mark your kids’ lunch bags

Does your child have food allergies? Does he or she have a generic-looking lunch bag that is easily mixed up? Stamp your child’s name and relevant food allergy warnings on the lunch bag so teachers will know what you child can and cannot eat.

3. Mark your kids’ backpacks

Many parents get frustrated with kids who have a habit of forgetting important things (like backpacks) in strange places. If your child does this, you might want to consider stamping your child’s backpack with their name, address, and phone number.

4. Mark your kids’ school supplies

Some parents might be surprised how often school supplies go missing. Mark the larger items such as notebooks and folders with your child’s name to ensure they never get lost or mixed up with anyone else’s. You can also go one step further and stamp the school subject such as Math, Science, or English on the folder or notebook to help keep your child organized.

5. Create bookmarks

Every bookworm need cool bookmarks. Encourage your child to read by making handmade bookmarks. You can even make it a family project! When you’re done, your child will have cool custom bookmarks to encourage them to read and learn.

6. Check off chore lists

Does your child have a list of chores they need to check off every day? Having a custom stamp can make the chore list a little more fun! Use one of the hundreds of graphics from our logo library to create your custom stamp. It can be something as simple as a star or a smiley face.


Need some help figuring out which stamp matches your specific needs? Give us a call at 1 (850) 7STAMPS or visit us online. Our team is here to assist in any way we can.

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