2024-01-31 (W) Gravy Shock Cards stamp

The card faces did not need precisely applied words, so I preferred to stamp them without a jig. During the last card game, I made a bunch of hexagonal blocks where I could apply double-sided tape and rubber stamps, but they were too small to fit my "Meteoroid Damage" stamp. I had a spare handle, a $1 piece of cabinetry hardware, a countersunk #8-32 machine screw, and some scrap plywood. I cut a rectangle big enough for the stamp, sanded the edges, drilled and countersunk a hole, and then installed the handle. The bottom was flush, and my stamp fit neatly.
Parts and tools for a hand-stamp

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