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Sort of…But you won’t need a stamp pad. The stamp is pre-inked and will stamp about 100 times before you need to re-ink it. The impression that it leaves is much more detailed than a traditional rubber stamp – closer to that of a laser printer.
To re-ink the stamp, place a drop or two of ink on the face of the stamp, spread the ink evenly across the printing area of the stamp, and then let it soak in for a few minutes. Softly wipe away the excess ink with a cloth, and your stamp is re-inked and ready to use.
Regular rubber stamps leave a black/white impression, while Stampics leaves a photo-like black, white, and the gray scale impression. Also, the ink is per-saturated into the stamp itself, making it a self-inking stamp. They don’t require a stamp pad like regular rubber stamps.
Your Stampics stamp comes with an airtight case, which should be left on when the stamp is not in use.
- Stampics ink is specially formulated for Stampics stamps. You should not use ink from other sources on your Stampics Stamp.
- Don’t let ink dry on the surface of your stamp. Once you re-ink your stamp, wipe the extra ink off the face of the stamp, and then put the lid back on before putting the stamp away.
- Store the stamp face down when not in use – this will keep the ink closer to the stamping surface.
Changing ink colors on your stamp is not recommended. The stamp soaks up the ink like a sponge so different colored inks would blend. If you would like to stamp in different colors, you should purchase a separate stamp for each ink color.
Yes, Absolutely! Anything that can be photoshopped can put onto a stamp. Some of the best stamps come from clients doing their own edits and then uploading a “Start from Scratch” order.
Most stamps look better if the background is removed. You can do this in a program like Photoshop.