You can have custom rubberstamps made at local stores that make them (look in the yellow pages under Rubber Stamps), and most any office supply store (retail or online) will make stamps (...they send the orders out of the store), for probably a little more money than the rubberstamp maker stores).
And there are various places online where they can be made too.
Personally I like to order from ReadyStamps though for several reasons... it's one arm of the the United Cerebral Palsy Association and the money goes to them (and gives some jobs).
With their mail order service, you simply draw or photocopy, etc., any text or drawing you want on a 9x7" sheet of blank paper (leaving only a tiny bit of blank space between the images) and send it to them... they'll turn it into a rubberstamp in the size you gave and mail it back to you. You'll actually get a 9x7" sheet of stamps which you'll cut apart into the various individual images.
In your case since you want more than one copy of each stamp image, just put more than one copy of the image on your sheet of blank paper and you'll get back that many images as stamps.
You won't get a mounting or handle when ordering from them at the regular price (though they may have a section that adds them too for more money), but it'll be much cheaper than ordering one with a mounting/handle. Instead, you'd just cut around the image in the rubberstamp sheet you get back with a pair of scissors, then mount the stamp image youself (onto a thick block of wood or an acrylic box, etc., with white glue or another glue), then add a handle if you want (or just glue or screw on a small block of wood, etc.).
When ordering from ReadyStamps, you can also get for free a "mold" sheet of your stamp(s) which you could use in other ways, for clay for example, *if you ask for* "the matrix and all the parts" when ordering.
Here's a link explaining their services (which will also have a link to the actual place to order):
(Note that ReadyStamps is different from the online stamp maker site called Ready Stamp... no S at the end).
Warning: this is really fun and pretty darned cheap so can get addictive! You'll begin to think of all kinds of things you'd like to have stamps for as well as just regular images.
Answered By: Diane B. - 12/27/2009