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Defining Popular Terms about Rubber and Plastic Stamps

As you likely know, rubber and plastic stamps are used daily all over the world for various reasons. While postal workers and businesses utilize these custom stamps to complete work tasks, many individuals have ink pads and stamps at home to personalize artwork and letters as well. Nowadays you can acquire any alphabet or number based stamp set you need, and some are even custom made for specific business logos. Check out these popular terms that apply to this industry.

  • Embossing – The process of molding or carving something in order to decorate it or apply a certain design. Coins, jewelry, artwork, leather, and rubber or plastic stamp sets can all be embossed to meet different needs.
  • Wedge Sponge – A sponge used to apply paint to plastic or rubber stamping tools. Ink or paint can be dabbed onto the flat edge of the wedge sponge, and then applied to the flat surface of the stamping device.
  • Dry Based Ink – This is a water-based ink that dries very quickly. It is typically available in bright and vibrant colors, and is often used on glossy white paper or card stock. This ink should not be used with embossing powder, and will fade when exposed to light.
  • Notary Mark – The official stamp or mark of a licensed notary clerk. This type of mark requires a rubber stamp and ink pad, and is often necessary for the preparation of legal documents. Some examples are deposition papers, affidavits, oaths, and marriage certificates or licenses.
  • Non-porous Ink – This is an ink used to stamp a permanent letter, number, design, or personalized message. It is applied to materials like glossy paper, metal, plastic, and glass. Custom rubber and plastic stamps often use this ink because it dries within 15 seconds.
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    Mud Hut Gifts & Crafts
    114 Oak St W, Frederic, WI 54837
    (715) 327-8903
    Star Marking Systems
    541 Broadway St N, Menomonie, WI 54751
    (715) 235-4079
    Northwoods Rubber Stamps Inc
    1940 Greeley St S, Stillwater, MN 55082
    (651) 430-0816
    Forest Lake Printing
    468 Lake St S Ste 2, Forest Lake, MN 55025
    (651) 464-3116
    Star Marking Systems
    2425 E Clairemont Ave, Eau Claire, WI 54701
    (715) 835-4001
    Happy Stampers LLC
    307 E Clairemont Ave, Eau Claire, WI 54701
    (715) 835-4006
    Archivers
    9100 Hudson Rd Ste 122, Saint Paul, MN 55125
    (651) 735-3308
    Archiver's
    2391 Fairview Ave N, Saint Paul, MN 55113
    (651) 636-9200
    St Paul Stamp Works Inc
    87 Empire Dr, Saint Paul, MN 55103
    (651) 222-2100
    Paper Depot The
    221 Border Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55405
    (612) 333-0512
    Crown Marking Inc
    4270 Dahlberg Dr, Minneapolis, MN 55422
    (763) 543-8243
    Custom Rubber Stamp
    6420 Pleasant Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55423
    (612) 866-4977
    We're Stampin Mad
    308 5th Ave Se, Osseo, MN 55369
    (763) 425-5080
    Archiver's Maple Grove Crossing
    8046 Wedgwood Ln N, Osseo, MN 55369
    (763) 420-1300
    Cf Stamps Etc
    31664 65th Ave, Cannon Falls, MN 55009
    (507) 263-4220


    Rubber and plastic stamps are commonly used in schools, offices, and homes every day. While some of these are routine letter, number, or picture stamps that can be purchased in most office supply stores and super centers, others are custom or personalized products with specific addresses and names on them. There are also collectible designs that can be used for art. Most plastic and rubber stamps work with black or colored ink products. The ink is often kept in a tin or container so it will not dry out. In order to use a rubber or plastic stamp, you simply need to press it down in ink or an ink sponge, and then apply it to paper. While many art-based stamps are used in crafts and decorations, other stamps have grades or letters on them, and can be used in educational environments like public schools. It is not difficult to locate products like this with the entire alphabet, or various numbers on them. Many people use stamps for scrapbooks. Some are even clear, so that the ink can only be seen with black light. Custom stamps can be made with specific dates or names on them as well. Professional notary officials and businesses use custom devices like this to mark documents. Try contacting a local arts and crafts store to learn more about plastic and rubber stamps. This way, you can inquire about collectible items, custom options with addresses, and decorative stamps designed for children. There are plenty of products to learn about in this industry.
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