Rubber Stamps made from Digital Images

February 21, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
Just about everyone has a digital camera these days, and there are millions of photos being held captive in hard-drives around the world, keeping great photos held hostage in the digital dark.

Have a photo that would look good all over the place? STAMPics Digital Rubber Stamps is a web-based startup that will create digital rubber stamps of your images, which amazingly capture all the detail of your photo. You can even add text, and create a remarkably entertaining stamp that will dazzle your friends, and adorn things like invites/announcements/letters and cards with a unique and fun touch.

It’s the next hot thing for anyone with an online name to share, or website URL to promote. A stamp of your favorite photo that includes your email address, Myspace or Yahoo online name, or Instant Messenger ID is a great way to exchange information with friends, or make new ones. Anything from website URL’s to music CD’s can be shared or promoted with unique style. STAMPics Digital Rubber Stamps are also being used for unique wedding invitations, party invitations, birth announcements, pet photo gifts, unique gag gifts - the list is goes on and on.

The technology takes digital images and creates stamps that leave high-definition impressions, up to 2400 dpi, similar to that of a high-quality laser printer. The stamps are self-inking, come in an air-tight case, and are small enough to fit in a pocket and take with you. “People are amazed when they see these stamps” says owner Mark Anderson, “they generally have no idea how you managed to stamp a face onto a piece of paper. It’s a fun product that has tons of niche uses, for both business and personal use.” Stamps can be made in minutes online and will ship within 48 hours at

ABOUT is a web-based startup that uses innovative new technology to create photo-quality rubber stamps from digital images.

Mark Anderson
588 Cameron St. SE
Atlanta, GA 30312