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Frown Face Xstamper Stock Stamp

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Product Code: 5208

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Frown Face Xstamper Stamp

As a teacher, you can apply this verbal image to your student's papers and homework to gently communicate that they made some mistakes or had behavioral issues. This stock Pre-Inked Xstamper #11305 displays the "Frown Face" message in a special high quality format, as shown in the picture, allowing your office personnel to efficiently and professionally stamp multiple educational and miscellaneous documents in a timely fashion. The available rubber stamp size is 5/8" diameter with our lifetime guarantee based on normal usage that covers the stamp, parts and workmanship so you can have peace of mind that you are getting the best!

Product Highlights
  • Laser engraved rubber for precise impressions
  • Retractable frame keeps stamp surface away from desktop until ready to use
  • Re-inkable for hundreds of thousands more impressions
  • Superior quality, sharp and crisp imprints
  • Plastic cap makes it safe to carry in purse or pocket
  • Impression Area: 5/8" Diameter

Average Rating: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Sad But Cute August 2, 2015
Reviewer: Otoniel Medeiros from Managua, Managua United States  
This frowny face stamp is sad but cute. It's a practical stamp that I use in the classroom on the student's homework papers. The clean line stamp is simple and easy to use, makes a nice impression that dries quickly.

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Good For A Teacher July 9, 2015
Reviewer: Eric Young from Sioux City, IA United States  
Nobody wants to see a frowny face stamp on their homework paper and I wish I didn't have to use it but the reality is that no one is perfect and this stamp at tells my students to try again.

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