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Our New Reclaimed wooden rubber stamps

Our New Reclaimed wooden rubber stamps

Stampit are excited to launch our new reclaimed wooden rubber stamps to our already extensive range of stamps. So, what are reclaimed wooden stamps and why should they be the latest addition to your desk, craft box or retail counter?

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10 Ways To Save Money And Add Personality To Your Wedding With Rubber Stamps

10 Ways To Save Money And Add Personality To Your Wedding With Rubber Stamps

The cost of weddings is at an all-time high. In fact, in the UK happy couples spend on average a whopping £27,161 on their wedding. Furthermore, wedding experts recommend spending 5% of your wedding budget on stationery. With an average wedding of over £27,000, this means spending over £1350 on stationery.

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What is best a Rubber stamp or Self Inking stamp?

What is best a Rubber stamp or Self Inking stamp?

Rubber stamps and self-inking stamps will both essentially give the same result on paper of your design, text or logo. There are times however when one is more appropriate over the other....

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Very Short History of Stamps

Very Short History of Stamps

We use stationery and stamps almost every day of our lives and in this stampit.co.uk blog we want to show you why inks, rubber stamps and stationery have far more to hold your attention than just functionality and pretty designs. Here are some fabulous facts to help you see things in a new light....

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Unique Wedding Idea: Self-Inking Rubber Photo Stamps

Unique Wedding Idea: Self-Inking Rubber Photo Stamps

Unique Wedding ideas by Stampit  

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StazOn Ink Pads

StazOn Ink Pads

The market leading solvent based ink pad for rubber stamps. 

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Endorsement Stamps

Endorsement Stamps

Why you should start using them and what to look out for

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Soap & Clay Stamps

Soap & Clay Stamps

Unlike our regular rubber stamps that are engraved on rubber, these soap & clay stamps are made using engraved greencast acrylic then mounted onto a wooden handle or oak block mount. 

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