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Looking for a rubber stamp source

Posted by socks12345 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 28, 09 at 19:25

I need some rubber stamps for use in the elementary classroom. I'm looking for animal stamps, about 1-1/2" across. We're learning about carnivores and herbivores, so maybe I'm looking for something like lions, tigers and cows and deer, etc.

I have not found a local store (except Michaels which looks somewhat picked over) so I was wondering if anyone here could direct me to a dependable online source.

Many thanks.


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RE: Looking for a rubber stamp source

One thing, there is a company called Stamp' UP similar to scrapbook parties. Go on line if you do not have a consultant in your area. They have a large variety of stamps and they are not cheap, but good quality. Also Close to My Heart which is scrap booking but has an excellent selection of clear plastic stamps. Both can be bought on line. Do you have a large Walmart or Hobby Lobby?

RE: Looking for a rubber stamp source

LOts of different stamps come up for sale on "Shopgoodwill" and sell quite cheap. Check them out under crafts and Hobbies. Good Luck

RE: Looking for a rubber stamp source

You may find some at the dollar stores. I have found various stamps at Dollar Tree. Look in the area that has stickers, marking pens, etc. Jo-Ann Fabric store usually has some animal stamps also.

RE: Looking for a rubber stamp source

Also check Office Max, Walmart, and even places like Ace Hardware in the craft selection. Current magazine, Craft and Things etc --check the craft magazines in the store.
QVC has some good deals too.

RE: Looking for a rubber stamp source

I got lucky today and all the rubber stamps & ink were 40% off today at Hobby Lobby!

RE: Looking for a rubber stamp source

here is one more, all kinds of animals,.

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