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Old 06-10-2012, 09:21 AM   #1
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Default Looking for a "message" stamp

That's right - just the word "message". It could be a single stamp or part of a set. Any brand, prefer clear but rubber will do. Would also prefer a typewriter type of font. Fairly small - 2", maybe less.

My Google search brought up nothing. I thought my stamping friends may have some leads. Anyone have any ideas or suggestions on where I might find one?

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Can you just do it on your computer? I do a lot of words like that.
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You can have a custom stamp made. I love this store. Perhaps they can have one made for you.

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I would just make a custom stamp as well.
For a clear photopolymer custom stamp, I like to use:
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I get all my custom address stamps from her.
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How about a Stampin Up aphabet set? Them you could stamp whatever you wanted! The closest thing to a typewriter font is the CLASSIC ALPHABET.
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Thanks for all the responses. I'm generally quite inept at lining up stamps to make a word although I may give that a try before I get a stamp made. And I had such a cute idea for this, too. All for the want of a stamp!!!

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Thanks for all the responses. I'm generally quite inept at lining up stamps to make a word although I may give that a try before I get a stamp made. And I had such a cute idea for this, too. All for the want of a stamp!!!

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Use a Stamp-a-ma-jig to help line things up
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They don't have to be perfect. You could make it look like they out of align on purpose. On an old typewriter, that can be done easily.
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