'Party!' sentiment rubber stamp in 'skinny' font style by Skull and Cross Buns.
This 'Party!' rubber stamp will be just the thing to create the simplest hand finished touch for your party invitations and envelopes or home made favours for the party goers or for stamping for birthdays, weddings and so on.
Stamp it alongside one of the many different stamps in the Skull and Cross Buns range for a straightforward but much appreciated home made card. Or stamp all over in a variety of different colours for a fun way to wrap those special gifts!
Pigment ink pads are available to purchase separately at £2 each for a small pad (2.5cm x 2.5cm) or £5 - £6 for a large pad (7.6cm x 4.7cm). I recommend these pigment ink pads to get the best results with the rubber I use. PLEASE NOTE SMALL AND LARGE WINTER GREEN IS ACTUALLY OUT OF STOCK BUT CURRENTLY BEING SUBSTITUTED WITH EVERGREEN COLOUR INSTEAD (VERY SIMILAR), please order Winter Green as normal from the drop down menu if you don't mind the substitution.
These ink pads are raised so you don't necessarily need the same size pad for your stamp, simply turn the stamp rubber side up and dab the ink pad all over from above for an even coverage of ink.
Ink pads are fade resistant and non-toxic. Please note the White colour is not as opaque as the other colour ink pads (there are very few white ink pads manufactured which are, unfortunately) but this is one of the more opaque ones available.
These stamps start out as one of my hand drawn designs which are then beautifully reproduced out of artisan quality grey rubber, pressed using traditional methods within the UK. I then trim them by hand and mount them onto tactile wooden blocks, also UK sourced. These grey rubber stamps are not hand carved like some of my Skull and Cross Buns stamp range but still print just as perfectly.
To clean after use simply dab the stamps onto a damp kitchen towel or alcohol free baby wipe, please do not rub the stamps.
The stamped image is approx. 3.2cm x 1.8cm.
Wooden block can vary very slightly than the one shown, it will always be perfectly suitable for the stamp though.