Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Stocking Fillers: Rubber Stamp Sets

Yep, that time of year is almost here (I know, I know, but a lot of people have stuff out already, promise!)

Little gifts are sometimes the hardest to buy; you've got the big gift and want to add to it, but what!? 

Here we'll look at rubber stamp sets; cute little collections of stamps that are great for lots of crafty projects (and they're fun!)

These sweet little Floral and Fauna stamps are from Urban Outfitters and feature designs that are bang on with the woodland trend.

These come in a compact tin with a black ink pad, so you don't have to purchase one separately.

The site also has other designs such as a vintage set with a typewriter, phone and camera. They also do letters and number sets too. 

I've actually seen these on Etsy too, so search around!

Boots also has this really cute set of rubber stamps, as seen in their Christmas catalogue I picked up last week.

These go down the more handmade/handcrafted line and are really great to show off you've made something by hand.

This set also comes with its own tin and ink pad. Super handy!

If you're looking for something more handmade and unique, pop over to Skull and Cross Buns, who specialise in rubber stamps.

They have a wide selection of stamps for many occasions, including Christmas, and stock ink pads in a variety of colours.

All the stamps are hand carved (wow!) so you won't get anything like it elsewhere. 

There are a lot of different stamps and ink colours so have a look around and find ones that will make great presents (or even treat yourself!)

x x


  1. I saw the Boots set yesterday in the gift guide, i thought it was so cute.
    I have one of skull and Cross buns stamps they are lovely to work with.
    Such a lovely blog post about stamps.

    Donna x

  2. Thanks Donna, I LOVE the Boots set, really tempted to get myself!

    x x