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Self Ink Stamps

Updated on July 21, 2013

Self-Inking Stamps for Crafts and Much Much More

Self ink stamps are great for all types of crafts like making greeting cards and for scrapbooking. Customizable self-inking stampers are also great for personalized return addresses.

Personalized self inking stamps even let you add photos to make one-of-a-kind stamps! Who knew? Not me, till now.

These gadgets also can make craft time fun for kids. The convenience of self-inking stamps makes them great for little ones to use. Instead of having to first stamp an ink pad to get ink on the stamp, kids can simply push down and the stamp appears on the paper. And they're less messy.

Photo of Three Designing Women Party Gift Self Inking Stamp Cube, Happy Birthday courtesy of Amazon. Click the link to check out this self-inking stamp.

Personalizing Your Stuff - Let Me Count the Ways

Dress up all of your correspondence and so much more. I love receiving cards and letters with that little return address label up in the corner that tells me who its from.

These are a few more uses for these self-ink stampers:

  1. return address labels
  2. bookplates and bookmarks
  3. recipe cards
  4. gift tags and gift-wrap
  5. birth announcements
  6. holiday invitations and holiday cards
  7. greeting cards
  8. scrap booking and general embellishing

Personalize Your Own Stamper - For Return Address -- Three Lines

If you can never find a return address label, then here you go! Save time and the hassle of address labels with a self ink stamper to use on your letters, correspondence, and bills.

Personalized Wedding Gift

Their Address

Have you been invited to a wedding but not sure what to get the bride and groom?

You can easily have a stamp made with newlyweds' names and address, like the one shown below.

Give this gift along with some lovely thank you cards, note cards, stationery, recipe cards, bookplates, whatever the bride and groom like. They will appreciate the practical gift that they can use right away and for years to come.

Include a bottle or two of ink for refills to make it even better!

Photo Credit: Peggy Hazelwood

Get Personal - Add Your Information to this Sun Stamp

Photos? On Stamps?

Yes! Add a photo to a stamper

that makes it all your own!

Add your favorite person or pet and you can

personalize everything under the sun with it!

One of these fun photo stamps is shown below.

Self Inking Photo Stamp - Add Your Photo and Stamp Away

The Amazon page shows more examples of this great photo stamp. You can literally add any photo to the design to make it as individual as you are!

Refill Is Easy! - Never Run Dry

Save money and buy this self-inking stamp ink so you can refill your stamps yourself. It's easy and a lot more affordable!

Holiday Fun At Your Fingertips

These stamps are fun for kids and adults!

Use them to personalize holiday invitations or cards.

They're also great to use on the fronts and backs

of envelopes for a little something extra!

Holidays Just Got More Fun - Let Kids Make Crafts for Halloween and Christmas

Your kids will love helping you make invitations, cards, and decorations with these stamps.

Whether you want to decorate Halloween bags for trick or treating or make your own Christmas cards to send to family and friends, you'll save time with these lovely designs that are so easy to use.

Affiliate Disclosure

This author, Peggy Hazelwood, participates in Amazon, eBay, All Posters, and other affiliate advertising programs. When you click an advertising link on this page and make a purchase, I receive a small percent of the sale. Thank you for reading this far!

Do You Use Self Inking Stamps?

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      Ruthi 

      5 years ago

      Oh, I do have my eye on that Sun Motif Stamp! Self-inking stamps would be great for postcard exchanges, too!

    • Nancy Hardin profile image

      Nancy Carol Brown Hardin 

      5 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

      I used to, don't know why I stopped! I think your idea for the gift for a new bride and groom is a great idea. It would be so much easier for them to be able to have that right away, instead of having to order labels, etc. Impressive lens!

    • Ganool LM profile image

      Ganool LM 

      5 years ago

      Hello there. Im newbie here. Just want to say "hi" by the way :)

    • Linda BookLady profile image

      Linda Jo Martin 

      5 years ago from Post Falls, Idaho, USA

      Wow. Self-inking stamps have come a long way since the first and last time I bought one... I think that was when they were first invented. Maybe it is time for me to buy another... these are sweet!!!

    • davenjilli lm profile image

      davenjilli lm 

      5 years ago

      my daughter loves to stamp - she makes cards with them ;)

    • BorisStewart profile image

      BorisStewart 

      5 years ago

      Untill now, no. But probably will :)

    • Scarlettohairy profile imageAUTHOR

      Peggy Hazelwood 

      5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      @anonymous: I'll bet you do! Thanks for stopping by!

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      I work for the postal service. We use all kinds of self inking stamps.

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