From its humble beginnings in 1978 when handcrafted rubber stamps were sold through a pushcart system in Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Inkadinkado has become one of the largest suppliers of top quality rubber and clear stamps in craft and memory categories in the USA, Canada, and many foreign countries.
Over the initial years the company added products and expanded the pushcart theme operating under a licensee basis throughout the United States. During this time Inkadinkado also gained a national reputation as an innovator in its market niche and a loyal following among a growing segment of craft users with the distribution base moving into the small “Mom and Pop” retailers. In 1992 under the ownership and operation of Ronald Gelb, the company became sophisticated enough to market, sell, and deliver to national accounts, establishing itself as one of the major players in the industry.
In January 2004, Dimensions, one of the respected leaders in the craft industry acquired Inkadinkado and K&Company. With the companies dedicated to quality, innovation, excellence in design, outstanding customer service, the combined resources of the companies resulted in the delivery of even greater service and value to the industry.
On August 1, 2007 Dimensions and K&Company were excited to announce a new strategic partnership with two of the largest and most respected craft companies in the industry, EK Success and Wilton Industries. As the integration process progresses among the companies, we look forward to continued growth with creative, innovative, and quality products that will excite consumers.
For more information about our products visit www.inkadinkado.com
Classic wood-mounted rubber stamps provide superior stamping and a luscious stamping experience. The rubber holds and transfers ink better than clear stamps. The foam mounting transfers pressure evenly so that the stamp image forms completely. A wooden handle is printed with a picture of the stamp (called an index.) The wooden art stamp experience is the best of the best.
“I bought this great little shoe stamp some ago. I own two other "sketchy" little shoe stamps and often combine the three (stamped on individual squares that are then glued to the card, or stamped alternatively across the diagonal of the card) to great effect. The "rosebud" decoration is a popular design element - there are lots of stamps with various versions of this "curl" - and works well when used in combination with this image.”