Made by Stamps by Impression in Lewes, DE, USA. Each rubber stamp begins as an artists drawing. Much of the text is created with computer graphic software. The artwork is then reproduced on a magnesium plate. From this plate a matrix board mold is created. The stamp gum is vulcanized or "cooked" in the mold at 325 degrees under enormous pressure to form the rubber stamp die. The rubber is then affixed to a special cushion and both are hand cut with scissors. The cushioned die is then mounted onto a white maple block and indexed with a label.