Blade Rubber Stamps stocks a huge range of rubber stamps, including its own exclusive range etched in red rubber. Staff are on hand to help you find exactly what you need, and the store holds papercrafting and rubber stamping classes. Located close to the British Museum.
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Venue Details & Map
Blade Rubber Stamps
12 Bury PlaceHolbornLondonWC1A 2JL
- +44 (0)20 7831 4123
- Public transport:
- Holborn, Underground
Shhh but this is one of London's best places to buy a unique present for any occasion
As the name says, you can buy rubber stamps here of all shapes and sizes and inkpads of all colours. There are literally hundreds of designs available
However, if nothing in the shop floats your boat, you can have a stamp custom made. It usually takes a few days for them to make itmore
After reading Uli B's review, I went in hoping to also have a stamp made. The requirements were fairly straight forward, and handily printed up on a sheet of paper for folk to take with them.
I drew out my image exactly the size I wanted the stamp image to be, measured both the drawing and the tag that I wanted the image to fit on, and sent the info and image as a pdf along to the stamp...more
Little background story to explain why I needed a stamp made in the first place:
I wanted to create an online account with a recruiting website, but they wouldn't recognise our company as legit unless we could provide them with a fax that had been stamped with a company stamp! "Are you serious?" I almost yelled at them, but then reconsidered and just decided to let it go and get a company...more
Finding places that sell beautiful scrapbook papers and products in the UK isn't easy. One can only get so much from places like HobbyCrafty with their overpriced, bulk packs. Blade Rubber is GREAT!
I'm not a stamper, but they have an amazing selection of rubber stamps and rubber stamp items. Tim Holtz products, etc. The selection of scrapbook papers and products isn't huge, but it *is*...more
For reasons known to no-one (unless you know? Do you?) there are very few papercraft shops in central London. Sure, you can go to the art shops and get reasonable supplies, and you'll occasionally get lucky in stationers and the such, but for a papercraft addict like me, theses barely scratch the itch.
So imagine my delight on stumbling upon Blade Rubber! A whole shop dedicated to...more