Did you know that JustRite Stamps are color coded?
That's right we have color coded our stamps. Since July 2008 we have color coded each size of our wooden stampers. The rubber grid on the wooden stamper is color coded to match the color rubber of the coordinating size designer centers and borders stamps. Remember Granimals? ( they have a very clever little jingle on their site- sure to make you chuckle...and remember when they first were introduced on the market). It is the same basic principal. For example our 1 5/8" stamper, designer centers and borders are all purple. Our new 2" stamper is also purple because it accepts all the 1 5/8" product. Our 2 3/8" stamper is pink, our 3 1/4" stamper is green and our new 1 3/16" stamper is gray. Our new blister packaging will make it even easier for you to shop in your favorite store, because you will actually be able to see the stamps in the package. So if you have a 1 5/8" stamper just remember that you need purple stamps!!
The exception to the rule: Our Fonts come in different colors too but you can use any font in any size of our stampers. Font is interchangeable with all our products. However 95 point font is too large to fit in the 1 3/16th" stamper. We have given each of our fonts a color so that it is easier to put away your letters once you have used them.
Is it okay to trim my JustRite Stamps? Yes, for certain images we actually recommend trimming you stamps just like you trimmed your SU Stamps. In our original stamp designs we had large areas of rubber without any graphic images. Since our stamps are not deeply etched it is very easy to over ink your stamp. You will get a much cleaner impression if you trim some of your stamps close to the graphic images. See the stamps that Sharon Johnson trimmed in the above photo. Notice the color coding. Want more information on how to correctly cut your stamp images? Scroll to the bottom of Sharon's conditioning post to find all the details.
Have a great weekend. If you have any additional questions you would like answered simply post your question in the comment section of this post.