A while back I created a series of round rubber stamps to use in craft workshops and my own projects. I ordered my designs in full, uncut clear stamp sheets, then trim and adhered them to the ends of wooden spools. I stamped each design onto label stock, used a one-inch punch to cut each out and placed on the top of the spools, then finished with a clear adhesive epoxy circles, commonly used in bottle cap crafting.I also had a sheet of miscellaneous art and type made. I organized my designs onto a 8″x10″ digital artboard, working in Adobe Illustrator, careful to leave enough space between designs for trimming out with a craft knife. My original file had my signature and logo placed about in various sizes and versions. Saving the file as a PDF, I emailed the file to our local rubber stamp shop, who then reversed the artwork and created a full sheet of embossed acrylic.I carefully trimmed out each design with a craft knife and mounted them onto different wooden items. Here are some mounted to vintage wooden rubber stamp handles of which I’d removed the original rubber.Some I mounted to pre-cut wooden shapes found at the craft store after first stamping the design onto the top side.Others were mounted to strips of balsa wood trimmed with a craft knife, again stamping the design first before mounting.I removed my name and logo from my original file and am so happy to share this artwork with you. Feel free to use for ordering your own uncut rubber stamps from local shops (some rubber stamp companies may have the ability to make full-sheet uncut stamps but may not advertise it, so be sure to ask), online custom stamp companies, or use the artwork for any other projects you’d like. If choose to design your own stamps, it is easiest if you find your wooden handles first and size the artwork to fit each.Click on the image above for the large JPG file to download. BONUS: Custom acrylic stamp designs are also excellent for creating faux-engraved jewelry. Click here for Faux-Engraved Jewelry instructions.