A Stamp is a Stamp is a Stamp, Right?
Well, yes. While the literal impression might be the same - certain little details are going to make your stamping task easier than others.
When you're running a business, you're always given the advice: figure out what sets you apart and run with that. The stamps that we produce are top notch. Mike is our stamp maker, and I (Sydney) do everything else (the design work, running the business, stamping the textiles, and most of the time, packaging the stamp orders). The reason I spelled that out is because it shows our system of checks and balances. If Mike notices something off about the file that I produced, he catches it before he starts making that stamp and has me correct the file. If, when I'm packaging orders, I think that a stamp that Mike made could be better, I (politely) ask that he remake it (it's rare, but it has happened before). We only send out the highest quality of stamps.
What makes up a high quality rubber stamp?
Whether you're ordering an address stamp for your holiday cards, a bookplate to gift your niece, a monogram stamp for your cocktail napkins, or a logo stamp for your business, having the right tool at your disposal matters. When you see the rhino icon, you know that your stamp is going to make a good impression.