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There are a variety of stamps available for different purposes. Wood stamps are commonly used for rubber stamping, while self inking stamps are often used for return addresses or repetitive document signing. Clear stamps are also available and can be used with an acrylic block for easy stamping.

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Large Please Pay Patient Stamp
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Large Co-Pay Stamp
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Large Allergic To Stamp
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I Like Big Books Stamp
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Horse Flag Ex Libris Stamp
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Haunting Reminder Stamp
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Halloween Hocus Pocus Stamp
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Halloween Crow Stamp
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Halloween Cat Stamp
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Wood Stamps

Wood stamps are a great way to add texture and interest to your paper crafting projects. They come in a variety of sizes and styles, so you can find the perfect stamp to fit your project. Wood stamps can be used with ink pads, markers, or paints to create unique designs.

Clear Stamps

Clear stamps offer a versatile and convenient way to add images and text to a variety of surfaces. They can be used with an acrylic block for easy placement, and can be stored on the included clear sheet for quick access. With so many possibilities, clear stamps are a must-have for any crafter!

Self Inking Stamps

There are many benefits to using self inking stamps. Self inking stamps are quicker and easier to use than traditional rubber stamps, and they require less maintenance. They also produce a consistent, clean impression every time. Self inking stamps are ideal for businesses or individuals who need to stamp documents frequently.

Traditional Stamps

Traditional rubber stamps, or wood handle stamps, are popular among stampers who like to craft while having an original rubber stamp feel. The traditional stamps have an image engraved in a block of rubber mounted on a wooden handle. The user transfers ink from the pad to the raised portion of the stamp, which is then pressed onto paper or other surfaces to create an impression.

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