15 Hand Stamped Business Cards

If you are tight on budget but need thousands of business cards to promote your products or services , then having a hand stamped or rubber stamped business card is your best option. As many people would say, rubber stamps are a poor man’s letterpress. Although the initial cost of ordering stamps may be similar to a traditional business card, once you have the stamps, you can already produce as many cards as you want without the need to reorder. Besides drastically cutting printing costs, having stamped business cards is also one way to make your business cards standout and memorable. It gives the owner of these cards the impression of being creative and someone who defy convention and who are a bit more avant garde in their thinking.  To give you an idea about this type of business cards, here are 15 extraordinary stamped business cards that we found from around the web. I hope you will find them inspiring!

01-Hand stamped business cards by Mr. Keasone on Flickr

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02-Business Card Stamp by Team Thursday on Flickr
Visual identity for jazz musicians Anke+Menno

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03-Hand stamped business cards by Jennifer Daniel on Flickr

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04-Business cards 302 by Daily Poetics on Flickr
These are fun business cards in pink created using stamps.

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05-Sassen Design Business Card
These business cards were created by carefully stamping each card with two stamps: one for the business name, and one for the contact information.

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06-Rubber Stamp Business Card by Dario Design
Designed by the card owner himself, these cards inspired by European matchbox designs of 1950s. These stamped business cards make use of bold color and simple design combined with some retro typefaces. Made using two rubber stamps, the business cards are not only easy to reproduce at home on demand. It also capture some of that roughed up and unpredictable print texture reminiscent of screen and lithography prints.

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07-Business Cards Using Photocopier and ink stamp
These business cards were made using only a color toner photocopier, some card and an ink stamp. On one side are the contact information and other details which were hand stamped and on the other are small patches of photocopied painting.

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08-Hand stamped business cards for an architect
A custom, multi-color stamp made by Simon’s Stamps – www.simonstamp.com – so the card owner could produce the cards as he need them, rather than having to order hundreds that he won’t use.

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09-More Often Clothing’s new stamped business cards

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10-Print-on-demand stamped business cards by Adam the Velcro Suit on Flickr
The best thing about having this type of business cards is that you can create them anytime you want using any paper lying around. These were created using two stamps.

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11-Tulsa Farmers Market’s stamped business card

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12-Stamped Business cards by David Darnes

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13-Hand stamped recycled business cards by Becky Tesch on Flickr
These are the fronts of the owner’s hand stamped, and embellished business cards. The image below is just a portion of a bigger picture. Click on the image to view the rest of the designs.

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14-Swink Logo and Stationery System
The word Swink literally means “hard work” and its identity reflects its roll-up-the-sleeves, approachable, hands-on mentality. That is why they even hand-stamp each of their business cards with their logo–the Swink orange droplet.

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15-Isle of Sky Hand Stamped Business Cards
Using rubber stamps, no two cards are the same since each is individually cut and stamped by hand.

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