Cocoa Daisy Exclusive – Save the Date
This is the same stamp set that's in the Day in the Life kit this month.
This one was a special request from Mary Kay, our Customer Service rep. Since we gave her Planner Fever, she finds it a little bit of a chore to stamp her dates out with single-number stamps. Voila! Here's a full set of numbers 1 through 31 in a fun, compact font. And arleigh threw in the ordinal signifiers (how fun is that to say?), rd, st, and th, as well as a label shape to stamp them in, a hyphen, and the word "and."
*NOTE: stamp set has same elements (minus measuring legend), but may appear in a slightly different configuration than shown.
All our stamps are made from a non-yellowing photopolymer. Why is photopolymer better? Photopolymer is designed and engineered for ink transfer – meaning that ink transfer is the primary function of photopolymer. The same cannot be said for vinyl, silicone and other plastics. A photopolymer stamp is basically 2nd generation from the digital art. Molded stamps are generally 4th or 5th generation from the digital art. Less steps between the digital art and the finished stamps means higher resolution. Photopolymer also provides a more durable, longer lasting stamp die.