To order your Signature Stamp you will need to:
1) Sign your name with a medium point black pen on a clean sheet of
un-ruled (no lines) white paper.
Sign your name several times and select the signature
that you feel looks the best.
2) Measure the height and width of your signature (do not
include any white area around the signature).
3) Select the stamp size
(and stamp style) below that will fit your signature size.
Text can be added to your signature which will require an additional 1/4"
text line to the size of your signature. The text can be sent with your
signature via the method you will decide below (feel free to browse our hand
stamps or self-inking
stamps ordering forms to get an idea the different font
styles and layout
options). Please note that we can reduce or enlarge a signature to
fit a particular stamp size.
You can send your Signature to us by 3
1) Using a scanner create a computer generated file, preferably
in a tiff (*.tif) or jpeg (*.jpg) file format, and send it to us via e-mail
attachment to email@example.com
(Tip - after placing an order you will receive an e-mail order
confirmation to which you can reply back with your file attachment).
Please scan your signature between 150 to 300 dpi (300 dpi produces the
results) and in black with white background;
2) Faxing your signature sheet (use the fine or super fine mode) to
3) Sending by Postal Mail or Parcel Service to:
Rubber Stamp Man
1236 Route 166, Ste 140
Toms River, NJ 08753
- After completing your online order transaction, you will receive an
automatic e-mail confirmation containing an Order Number.
Please reference this Order Number when sending us your signature so we can
match your signature to your order.
Also, for original size accuracy, please include
the exact width and/or height of your signature.
For a price quote or to quality inspection of your signature, feel free
to send us your signature before placing an order including your name,
e-mail address and daytime phone number so we can contact you.
Handle Signature Hand Stamps listed below requires the use of a
stamp ink pad which is available from our Rubber
Stamp Supplies page.