Can I stamp timber?
Your traditional stamp can be used on a range of surfaces, including timber.
Keep in mind that untreated wood has a porous surface, so your ink may bleed. It's always good idea to practice first when stamping directly onto wood or other unknown surfaces for the first time. Because of this, simple, bold designs will work best [avoid fine detailing and small text].
For stamping timber, we'd suggest StazOn ink - it's designed for non-porous surfaces (including painted or varnished timber) and also works on raw timber. However please note that this is a solvent ink and is known to damage polymer stamps over time - so be sure to clean your stamp after you're done to reduce the risk of this occurring.