Stamptastic + Competition

Published April 6, 2016 by Bizzimummy

Stamptastic is all about stamps and stamping. People may wonder what the relevance of stamping is in today’s modern world, after all the process of stamping and ink has been around hundreds of years.

Ink stamps still come in handy and have many uses. The ink stamps sold at Stamptastic can be used on fabric, metal, wood and certain plastic. It’s an easy way of labelling things such as uniform and books and saving the need for hundreds of name labels.

Stamptastic sell their standard name stamp for just £10.00.  

 
It comes on a transparent glass block which helps with ease of positioning. Any name can be put on the stamp (first name and surname) along with a symbol if desired. There are options to apply different letter fonts and sizes too. 

The ink pad is a separate purchase of £12.00, so £22.00 in total. This is black special ink for the name stamp. 

Personally I probably don’t have much need to be stamping my name on anything, but my son loves stationary and little gizmos such as this. He also has a habit of losing things too and being at high school it helps if he labels his things. Therefore I ordered my stamper in Ryan’s name. 

 
And he loves it. In fact he has been stamping his name everywhere, well on his own things that is; luckily steering clear of my walls. 

 
I think one of these would come in really handy at Christmas time and save a lot of aching hands and arms with putting names in cards and on presents. 

I’m not sure how long the ink will last I think it just depends how much stamping you want to do but he still has the majority of it left. It’s really simple too. Place stamper in ink and stamp, Ryan tends to hold the stamper down for a few seconds to get a darker stamp but it doesn’t take much force at all.


                 COMPETITION

Stamptastic are giving away a stamping kit worth £22. The winner will receive a stamp with name choice and an ink pad as above. To enter simply click the link below. You must be a UK resident. Competition will close April 20th 2016.

ENTER HERE!
  

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