This Mid Century Cat rubber stamp is hand carved from my artwork of an original Mid Century piece of pottery. Very detailed and has the same charm that the original pottery does.
All of my stamps are detailed art pieces and are very similar to old style wood cuts.
Own a little hand carved rubber stamp piece of art.
If you don't see what you like or are looking for something custom contact me and I would be glad to create a custom rubber stamp just for you!
Appx. size is 1 7/8" x 1 1/4" and comes unmounted.
Note* I do sell custom cut clear acrylic backing in my shop that can be cut to any size you need.
Please take a peek at my other hand carved stamps, you will find many unique hand carved designs!
Thanks so much,
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Shipping & policies
I will ship internationally. Shipping prices are listed individually with each item.
I try to ship items within two days to two weeks of receiving payment. It depends on the complexity of the carving.
I believe in recycling, not wasting - I often reuse padded envelopes so they do not go to waste. However I make sure that everything is packaged well.
The preferred method of payment is via PayPal or credit card, but money orders or e-checks will also be accepted. If using a money order or e-check, your item will be shipped upon receiving it. Thank you! Any ?'s please feel free to contact me. You may also use your credit card going through PayPal.
Returns & exchanges
All of my art is sent in perfect condition and carefully packaged,
so it will arrive in perfect condition. Sorry no refunds, but I will work with you.
FYI~~~TAKING CARE OF YOUR STAMP~~~FYI
Cleaning your Stamp:
To clean your stamp, simply rub gently with a soft soapy sponge, rinse under cool water and pat dry. The ink that I test the stamp with will stain the stamp a little, but this will not affect future stamping projects. Do NOT rub or scrub the stamp hard as this could damage it.
Do not clean with solvents (stamp cleaner) or baby wipes.
Any common scrap booking ink will work with these rubber stamps, I often use Brilliance, Distress Inks or Stazon scrap booking ink and I think it works wonderful. Inks with solvents do not work well with the hand carved stamps and may cause a reaction. Inks with solvents in them are clearly marked on the front of the package.
Mounting your Stamp:
If you find it is too hard to use the unmounted stamp by itself, you can easily mount the stamp onto an acrylic block (also available in my shop) , using simple stick glue. The stamp may be left on there permanently or removed gently and washed as directed above. I store all of my unmounted stamps in envelopes that have been stamped with the image onto the front .
Storing your Stamp:
Store your stamp flat, or protected in an envelope and stored vertically. Do not put heavy things on top of the stamp while storing, it can cause damage to the image. Bending the stamp in half (if it is not mounted) can cause it to break. Keep away from heat.
Tap the ink pad onto the stamp several times to get even ink coverage. When using heavy or textured paper a thin sheet of craft foam under your paper gives may help give you a better print. When printing, position stamp and standing above, press firmly and evenly.