RSM Custom Rubber Stamp Resource List:
Companies that make bulk and custom rubber stamps for companies and individuals.
Below are names and contact information for companies that manufacture stamps for individuals and/or businesses. Are you wanting to have a rubber stamp made? Or maybe an entire line of images? Read descriptions for each company before making contact, as some handle retail (large and small orders), while others do only wholesale. It’s helpful to be specific about what you need when you contact the companies. See RSM Stamp Company Resource Page for current advertising partners. RubberStampMadness vouches for companies that have a working relationship with us.
Starting with rubber stamp manufacturing companies that partner with RSM:
9105 N. Rainbow Lane
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
Fax (618) 242-7732
Offers a variety of traditional and innovative ways to mount and index your art stamp dies! Cost determined by square inch. Rubber or Polymer options. Laser-engraving process creates stamps without first making expensive dies.
Casey Rubber Stamps
322 E. 11th St.
(Between 1st and 2nd Avenues)
New York, NY 10003
Custom Stamps in 1-3 business days. Please provide 1200 dpi jpeg or pdf file. Money order payment required; no credit cards or checks. All stamps are made on the premise with a photographic process with real red rubber! Price is $20 per square inch, $45 for five square inches, $68 for ten. Real rubber (not junk or laser cut).
“Jack makes it look hand carved, because he carves each custom stamp by HAND! Jack specializes in portraits, bookplates, logos, monograms, wedding invitation stamps, and signature stamps for letterboxers and geocachers. He hand carves on vinyl rubber and can leave unmounted, cling mount, plain foam mount, or wood mount. He likes a challenge, so send him an email for a quote on your idea. Retail online shop.” Advertises in RSM.
PO Box 2206
Newport, OR 97365
We’ve been manufacturing custom made stamps since 1993. We offer clear polymer and natural red rubber options. Stamps can be made from your black and white line art or text. We also make self-inking, pre-inked flash stamps for return address, logos, bank endorsements, signatures, Notary stamps, Engineering stamps and more.If it’s a rubber stamp, we can make it!
P.O. Box 610989
Port Huron, MI 48061-0989
This company (started in 2001) makes a variety of stamps including alphabetic sets for scrapbooking, images from original artwork and drawings, personalized and seasonal sayings, wedding invitation stamps, “handmade/By Me” stamps, images from children’s artwork, extra deeply etched see-through pottery stamps, Letterboxing and Geocaching stamps, images to use with PMC and Polymer Clay, and more. Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Village-Impressions-137427732978558.
116 S. 9th St.
Burlington KS 66839
“We can convert your black and white line art drawing into red rubber stamp. Sizes from 1/2 to 8×10 inches.”
2390 Cumberland Square Drive
Bettendorf, IA 52722-3219
Our stamps are laser-engraved on natural red rubber, then individually trimmed and tested. Upload your own logos and personalized artwork for free, customize text, and make your mark. There’s no minimum order, and wholesale discounts are available. We are a family owned and operated business since 1995.
Magnuson Custom Stamps
Nicholas and Whitney Magnuson
100 Central Ave W
New London, MN 56273
High quality red rubber custom stamps. Cling and wood mount available.
Embossing Die Company
P.O. Box 1299
Cicero, NY 13039
“These stamps are made of hard plastic and are an alternative to traditional rubber stamps. They are designed to be used to make an impression in various materials such as leather, soap, wax, pottery clay, polymer clay and fondant. Impression stamps, not for use with ink. No minimum order. Wholesale pricing available.”
Stampmore provides artist-designed, wood & self-inking rubber stamps. Browse over 1 million designs or design your own.
Local office supply stores and some printing businesses often offer custom business and art stamps.
The RSM Resource page offers links to other stamping and scrapbooking resources such as rubber stamp companies and stores, events, and more.
For more information, or if you would like to be added to this list, please contact Angela through RSM Contact Page.