Whether you’re a scrapbooker, a crafting addict, a student with a project, or just need a custom stamp, Rubber Stamp Station can help you in just a few easy steps. For sixty years, Rubber Stamp Station has been in the rubber stamp business, so when it comes to customizable stamping options, we have years of experience behind us that have allowed us to come up with an easy process to help you create personalized stamps that are affordable and of the highest-quality. Plus, our customizer tool is straightforward and easy-to-use!
The Process in Four Simple Steps
- The very first step is to pick what shape you want your stamp to be. You can choose from rectangular and round for both standard stamps and dater stamps.
- Next choose a template. Choose from one of our pre-designed stamp templates or upload your own. Next you’ll customize the stamp exactly how you want it. Choose a text size, a font, and a logo. You can upload your own logo or choose from our vast logo library. We have tons of options available, especially for holidays and events.
- After you’ve created the design, it’s time to pick a stamp. Our system will take the size you’ve chosen and the parameters of the stamp and show you the stamps that work with your custom design.
- Once you’ve created your custom design and chosen a stamp, it’s time to check out! If you need to, you can always add to the cart and keep shopping before finalizing your order. Don’t forget to get an ink pad refill!
It’s That Easy with Rubber Stamp Station!
We’ve made it our business and mission to help people easily create their own rubber stamps, and we want to ensure you’ll get the best rubber stamps at the best prices. Whatever the occasion, Rubber Stamp Station can help you design a stamp and pick the stamper that’s right for you. After just four simple steps, you’ll have a custom stamp, just the way you want it. And the best part? You can use it as many times as you want to – or at least until you run out of ink!
Rubber Stamp Station and the Stamp Customizer! Whether you’re a scrapbooker, a crafting addict, a student with a project...