Custom Stamp 6″x6″ (15.25cmx15.25cm).
Have a custom stamp made to your own specifications.
Custom stamp prices are calculated on the amount of polymer needed and the work involved. For instance, the first price shown (artwork provided) is for a simple text stamp or a logo/image if the artwork is provided by you ready to go in either jpeg or png format. Choose the second option (design work needed) if you would like us to design your personalised text for you. We may be able to design logos and images for you but please contact us first for a quote before placing your order.
- For text only stamps to a maximum of 6″x6″ (15.25cmx15.25cm) square or equivalent, add to basket and go through the checkout.
- Then, add the words as you want them to appear in the ‘order notes’ box at checkout along with the exact size and type of font required (for instance plain, script, handwriting etc).
- Email artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number in the subject box.
- For logos and images a good quality black and white line art image works best in either jpeg or png format. We can work with other jpeg or png images, however the price may be more depending on the amount of work involved.
Want a free no obligation quote? Just ask.
We can make almost any size from a tiny stamp up to almost A4 in size. So, if you don’t see the exact size you want, choose the nearest size that your stamp fits into. Then add the size in the ‘order notes’ box at checkout.
We design Downland stamps here in Cavan, they are then made in the UK from high grade photopolymer. Your stamp(s) will be sent to you unmounted and are designed to work with an acrylic block or stamping platform. Please make sure you have the necessary tools in your possession.
Please allow 28 days for delivery of your finished stamp once the design has been approved.
- Custom stamp 6″x6″ (15.25cmx15.25cm)
- Made to your own specifications
- Unmounted clear photopolymer
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