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Old 04-08-2013, 02:53 PM   #1
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Question Justrite original stamps

Help! I would like to buy some of the original Justrite stamps and wooden stamper, but I have no idea which size to buy (I'm thinking the 2"), which font size to buy and most importantly where to buy them. Justritestampers.com has very little info which surprises me, and very few round stamps for sale.

I would be using the stamps for making cards, usually A2's, but sometimes I do make larger cards. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 04-08-2013, 03:29 PM   #2
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JustRite changed its stamp style over a year ago and has a very limited supply of the Original stamps left at JustRite Original.
I bought a 2" round set at a yard sale because I wanted a specific image in it, and then I bought the handle on ebay. I find the old-style JustRite stamps very frustrating to use. There is no cushion, the rubber seems thinner than with many other stamps, you can't trim around the edges to prevent stray ink marks, there is no way of knowing for sure if the stamp image is aligned correctly on your paper, and the handle and stamps are very size specific -- 2" fits only 2", etc. ... There are so many stamp companies from which to choose; certainly one can do what you want to do. The company changed its scheme for a reason.
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Old 04-08-2013, 03:43 PM   #3
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Thanks so much Alice for your help. I kind of figured something like that happened. You've convinced me to stop searching for Justrite. I just liked the idea of "customizing" the stamps for lack of a better term. Do you know of another company that has anything similar?
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