Eric Small Things x SANBY Techno-Touch Rotary Stamp
This journal stamp features cute illustrations of Erico Matsubara around rotatable dials that allow you to adjust different planner headers. When used with a waterproof stamp pad, you can fill in the little drawings with different colors once the stamp dries! If you prefer to use it without the headers, just simply adjust the section to a blank entry.
Please note that this is not a self-inking stamp, so make sure to use this date stamp with any oil-based, waterproof stamp pads before coloring in with fountain pen inks.
- Rotating dials allow you to adjust different icons and planner headers
- Material: Stainless steel, ABS, and rubber stamping surface
- Dimension(Stamp Face): 0.2 x 1.7in (5 x 43mm)
- Product Dimension: 2.4 x 1.1 x 3.5in (61 x 28 x 90mm)
About Eric Small Things and SANBY Japan:
Erico Matsubara, also known as Eric Small Things, is a Japanese illustrator and eraser stamp artist who is known for her small and nostalgic stationery-themed drawings. Matsubara, who started out by personally carving her illustrations onto small rubber stamps, likens the process of hand-carving stamps to that of “shoveling snow”. These stamped illustrations are used as various designs in stationery items such as postcards, stamps, and masking tapes. You can find more of her work on Instagram @eric_smallthings.
SANBY Japan, founded in 1956, is a renowned original brand manufacturer of rubber stamps. Their products are well-known and widely loved for their timeless designs, sturdy build, and practicality. This collaboration between Eric Small Things and SANBY Japan brings together an up-and-coming designer and a classic brand to introduce a brand new collection of cute, innovative, and high-quality stamps.