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  • Custom Made Stencils?

    Im looking for somewhere that i can get a small custom made rubber stamp(about 2" square ).

    Now that i have stated what im after, now comes its use.

    I make handmade jewellery and im planning to start selling it. I also make gift boxes to sell the jewellery in. The stamp is needed for a logo i am having created, which i can then use a glue pad with the stencil and add flock.

    So the finished item will be the purchased jewellery in the custom made box with my flocked logo on the top.

    Hope this makes sence to someone.

    Thanks

    Jake
    Last edited by snowgoose; 18-11-2008, 05:41 PM. Reason: rubber stamp instead of stencil

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    Hi Jake and welcome.

    I think you would be better of with a rubber stamp rather than a stencil. IMOP
    Stencils can bleed around the edges especially a rigid one.
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    • #3
      ok thanks for the reply, i was debating wether to use a rubber stamp or stencil, i thought a stencil might have been easier but i will get a stamp made if i can find somewhere to get one custom made at a reasonable price.

      Any ideas anyone?

      Thanks

      Jake

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      • #4
        Hi, can recommend the English Stamp Company - http://englishcustomstamps.com/default.aspx I ordered one for myself to go on the back of my cards, it was reasonably priced and I got it within 2 days, which I thought was brill.

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