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Customize Rubber Stamp Images and Graphics

Here is the section where you can upload your own custom graphics and images. Create a custom logo stamp or turn an image into a stamp!

Let's get started!

  • Click ADD NEW GRAPHIC to insert your own image or choose from available clip art.
  • To upload your own graphic, select one of the following image sources to import your image from:
    • Computer (click BROWSE to search for your file)
    • Facebook
    • Instagram
    • Dropbox
    • Flickr
  • If you already uploaded a graphic and want to use it again, click My Art and select it from the gallery.
  • You can delete an uploaded image from your My Art gallery by selecting the trash can in the upper right-hand corner of the image you wish to delete.
  • You can replace an uploaded image in your My Art gallery by selecting the Change Image link beneath an image.

Adjusting an uploaded image

  • Uploaded images are converted into black and white. This is so your image can be converted into a stamp.
  • For best results, upload images with high contrast and distinction between the focal point of the image and background.
    • To adjust the detail in an uploaded image, select Edit Effects.
    • You will be presented with a slider that allows you to increase or decrease the threshold at which pixels in your image are converted to black or white.
    • TIP: Increasing the threshold of the image effect will pull out finer details in your image, while decreasing the threshold will decrease the detail of your image.

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4 comments

  • Hi Sherri — Custom orders take about two business days in production, and then will ship out depending on what shipping option you choose at checkout.

    - RubberStamps.com
  • Once I place the order how long will it take to receive them?

    - Sherri
  • Hi Diamond — JPG or PNG work best!

    - RubberStamps.com
  • Hello,

    Trying to customize the stamp and my files wont upload. Which type of format should the file be in?

    Thanks

    - Diamond Leonard

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