How To Make a Custom Rubber Stamp

A custom rubber stamp provides endless creative possibilities on a budget. Create a logo rubber stamp, address rubber stamp, wedding rubber stamp, teacher rubber stamp & more!

Our customization software makes uploading a graphic and adding your own text so easy that you can create the exact impression you are looking for in a matter of minutes.

Custom Rubber Stamp

A custom rubber stamp can be used for a variety of applications; not only for logos and small business branding, but also for custom packaging, crafts, DIY projects, snail mail, special occasions and more. Just upload your design and start stamping!

Follow these easy steps to create your own custom logo rubber stamp using a graphic upload.

Step 1: Find the Stamp Type You Want

Go to RubberStamps.com > Stamps > Custom Stamps for a blank designing slate.

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Go to RubberStamps.com > Stamps > Logo Stamps for designing templates to work off of.

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Step 2: Find the Stamp Mount You Want

Find the stamp size and mount you want and click "View Product." 

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Enter the quantity you want, and then click "Personalize."

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Step 3: Choose Your Customizing Template

Choose the template you wish to work off of. Every stamp will have different options -- this specific listing features a template for graphic and text, graphic and arc text, just a graphic and completely blank.

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Step 4: Upload Your Graphic

Add your logo or desired graphic. Go to the graphics tab. If your template already has a graphic placeholder, just click “Change Image." If it doesn't have a graphic placeholder, first click "Add New Graphic."

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Browse for your file wherever you have it saved. Your file must be in JPG, PNG, EPS, SVG or PDF format to upload. The higher the quality of your image, the higher quality the final stamp impression will be.

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Your image will automatically upload in the monochrome black and white format needed to turn a graphic into a stamp impression.

Step 5: Edit Your Graphic

Adjust your graphic to create the stamp impression you want. You can move the image around on the mount area, as well as adjust the size by clicking and dragging the blue squares. To tweak your graphic’s level of darkness/crispness, click “Edit Effects.”

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Slide the “Threshold Value” down to make the image darker (thicker lines) and up to make the image lighter (thinner lines).

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Step 6: Add Text, Arc Text & Ink Color

Want to add text, arc text or adjust ink color for self-inking or pre-inked stamps? Check out these easy-to-follow video tutorials.

Adding Text

Adding Arc Text

Customizing Ink Color

As you can see, making your own custom logo stamp is as simple as uploading an image and tweaking it to your liking! Choose from a variety of mounts for whatever use you have self-inking, engraved wood, traditional or pre-inked and start stamping!

How To Make a Custom Logo Rubber Stamp

Take a peek at all of the cool stamp creations customers have already designed on our Pinterest page. We'd love to see the designs you come up with -- share your custom logo rubber stamp with us in the comments below!


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6 comments

  • Posted on by RubberStamps.com

    Hi Viv — Yes, you can upload files of your drawings on custom stamps!

  • Posted on by viv

    can i draw an image and you make a stamp from it?

  • Posted on by RubberStamps.com

    Hi Jessica — Our logo stamps will only stamp the logo. We laser-engrave the exact image that you upload to the website. Be sure, when stamping, to apply light pressure without rocking the mount back and forth, and that will prevent any unwanted ink marks.

  • Posted on by Jessica

    I’m looking for a stamp that ONLY stamps the logo and not the background part. We have a self inking rectangle stamp that we ordered from another company, but on the right side there’s always half an inch of black ink that is printed next to the logo. Do your stamps do this same thing or am I just stamping incorrectly? lol

  • Posted on by RubberStamps.com

    Hi Kalysta — No need to flip your design. Upload it as if it is the stamped impression. We’ll make sure it’s correct!

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