DIY rubber stamps, self-inking like John Bull kits, are a great way to create custom stamps for a variety of purposes. These kits typically include a variety of rubber letters, numbers, and symbols, as well as a self-inking stamp holder.
To make a DIY rubber stamp, simply select the letters, numbers, and symbols you want to use and arrange them in the desired order in the self-inking stamp holder. Once the letters, numbers, and symbols are in place, press them down firmly to create a seal.
Once the seal is created, you can apply ink to the stamp and use it to stamp a variety of materials, such as paper, cardboard, wood, and plastic.
Here are some tips for making and using DIY rubber stamps:
Make sure the surface you are stamping is clean and dry before applying the stamp.
Press the stamp firmly on the material you want to mark.
Allow the ink to dry completely before moving the material.
Clean the stamp with soap and water after each use.
With proper care and use, your DIY rubber stamps will last for many years.
Here are some ideas for how to use DIY rubber stamps:
Stamp your business cards, brochures, and other marketing materials with your contact information.
Stamp your name and address on envelopes, packages, and other mailing materials.
Stamp your books with your name.
Suitable for plain uncoated paper / card.
DIY rubber stamps are a versatile and affordable way to create custom stamps for a variety of purposes. With a little creativity, you can use DIY rubber stamps to add a personal touch to everything from your business materials to your personal belongings.