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    http://www.thestampmaker.com/wood_handle.aspx

    I bought a 4 x 3" from this company, works great.

    http://www.thestampmaker.com/wood_handle.aspx

    Good luck,
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    http://www.thestampmaker.com/wood_handle.aspx

    I bought a 4 x 3" from this company, works great.

    http://www.thestampmaker.com/wood_handle.aspx

    Good luck,

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    If you want to stamp your prints, you need a "rubber stamp". These are custom made and can usually be sourced from office supply stores, or you might look in your phone directory under rubber stamps. Bear in mind that while common ink pads for rubber stamps will work with fiber prints, the ink will not dry very well on RC prints (as it dries by absorption). There has been specific ink made for RC and plastic stamping. the office supply store may not be able to source it. You can get dry stamp pads and add whatever ink you want to them.

    I see you live in LA. You should be able to find many vendors for custom rubber stamps there. You might even find one with 24 hour service. (turnaround).

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    What sort of paper are the prints? A self-inking stamp will never dry on a coated surface, i.e. a resin coated paper, as the ink relies on absorption and does not evaporate. I had to buy a simple "traditional" style stamp and a pad, and special stamp ink that evaporates quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildbill View Post
    ...but like any other adhesive sticker, I'm sure they'll turn yellow and/or deteriorate over time. Correct me if I'm wrong......
    More than 7 years have elapsed since this thread began. The Avery labels on my prints look just as they did when I applied them...no yellowing or other deterioration. I wish I could say the same for my face!
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