When mounting hand carved rubber stamps to wood, I would recommend using a pigment based ink such as Memento or VersaMagic by Tsukineko. Of course, you may use any brand of ink you prefer. I just happen to like these.
STEP 1: Apply ink to your rubber stamp.
STEP 2: Stamp the image to the top side of the wood mount.
Looks great! (It would be a good idea to clean and dry the stamp before moving on.) Next...
STEP 3: Apply adhesive to the back side of your rubber stamp. (I've used both E-6000 and Aleene's and they each work well.)
STEP 4: Attach the rubber stamp to the wood mount. Try to match the direction of the stamp with the image on the other side.
STEP 5: Set your rubber stamp aside in a safe place until the glue is fully cured (according to package directions.) Remember that your mounted rubber stamp cannot be cleaned under running water. To clean: Press stamp onto damp paper towel and gently pat dry.