My absolute favorite find while traveling in Asia was this Uni Mitsubishi Stamp Pad (HSN-S30K) in red and a custom made chop from Stanley Market with my name carved into the bottom. The stamp pad was purchased at CN Square in Hong Kong for $36HK (a little more than $5US) while I paid about $10US…
Pencil erasers don’t usually erase worth a damn so why not make them useful in other ways like making fun dotty art with a rainbow stamp pad! Use them to color code files or decorate a letter, note or package. Fun, cheap and easy! (via Li’l Magoolie)
Custom calligraphic return address stamps from Primele. Prices start at $43 for just a name and up to $62 for flourished return address stamp. (via The Social Secretary)
Graphic “From the Desk of” stamps from Present & correct (via FreshlyBlended/nicole lecht).
Stamps of Disapproval via design work life. Created by RISD grad Heather K. Phillips. As a working designer, I hear these comments a lot. Maybe they would be easier to stomach if they were just stamped on my mock-up?
Improve the look of your correspondence, be it business or pleasure, or even bills, with a custom rubber stamp from Paperwink. Choose from over three dozen different designs ranging in price from about $18-30 in a range of styles — all tasteful and stylish. The Metro, pictured above, is my favorite.