I particularly like that my stamp came mounted on a block [clear was a plus] because I'm over custom stamps with shallow indentations mounted on flimsy pieces of plastic. This is a small company run by women who know stamps and produce a quality product you'll want to use. I've ordered several custom stamps in the last few years and this is the first one that came with any plastic protector for shipping. It's clear so I swiped it over a Staz-On ink pad so you can see it.
Here I painted a bit of latex paint over a shipping tag before stamping. The stamp makes a crisp line, any fading you see is due to my "stamping off" to give the stamp character. I used Staz-On ink because it's one of my favorites and will stay on nearly anything without any fuss.
Upon seeing the tags, Mr Vintage, a most logical yet creative person said the stamps were too big for the tag. I was ready for that. I have larger tags but my target customer is creative and would find a perfectly centered stamp boring.
I was not compensated by StampoutOnline for this post and simply want to share this quality product with other artists looking to "brand" their handmade creations. Be aware that quality work takes time but no longer than other custom stamps I've ordered from other companies.
If you have an opinion about the design "running off" the edge of the tag, please leave let me know what you think. I'm always open to hearing what others have to say about design issues.