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This quality wood-mounted rubber stamp is made from deeply etched, precision trimmed premium grey rubber. With 1/8" thick grey foam for a smooth impression on uneven or textured surfaces, it is mounted on a contoured hardwood block and indexed with a black image on a full sized decal. The image features original artwork designed by Fran Seiford.
Stampendous, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of high quality rubber stamps in both wood mounted and Cling Rubber™ Varieties, Perfectly Clear™ stamps, Class A'Peel™ Stickers, glitter, embossing powder and other great craft essentials.
Fran Seiford, owner and CEO, made her first $25 investment in the craft industry when she ordered a batch of custom rubber stamps made from her own illustrations. Her initial investment soon blossomed into a wide range of craft tools & products to help others in their creative expression. As Fran says, "A handmade card or craft speaks from the heart."
Whether you need rubber stamps, stickers, or paper crafting accessories, Stampendous is the source for all of your crafting needs!
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.
Try this stamp on cards, tags, and your scrapbook!
“I love butterfly stamps and own several, but this one is so fun! I've used stickels on this image and it has always turned out so pretty on cards and in my scrapbooks, also lovely cut out as a gift tag!”
“This stamp inks up so well and embellishing it is just great. In the areas where there are dots, put little stick-em crystals. It looks great embossed and then paint with Pearl-x paints. Thanks, Sylvia”
“Watercolor, use markers, stamp on patterned papers, the possibilities are endless. This butterfly rocks! The ruffled edges set it apart from the hundreds of butterfly stamps on the market. It just sings spring!”