Monday, June 23, 2008

Surfing Surprises: Rubber Stamp Companies

I love to surf the web for information and products, and today I did some surfing for rubber stamp companies you might not know about. As we all know there are so many rubber stamp companies, different types, themes and so on, and finding some good ones can be a chore, so I did the "finding" for you. I like to look for unusual stamps which feature unique images and also fun sayings. If possible I like to buy sets, better value (most times) for the money.

Here are some fun rubber stamp companies you should visit, each with something a little bit different to offer, all with something you are sure to desire.

  • Art Neko: Really cool unmounted and static cling mounted stamps. My sister in law loves Indian and Southwest stuff, and this site has a nice selection of stamps in that theme, especially a few Kokopelli stamps. Many of their stamps have an Asian theme, and many unique images and sentiments here.
  • River City Rubber Works: I loved their "Best Sellers" sentiment stamps, will have to make sure to get a few of them this week. Some of their sets are also on sale, and they have a really large selection of unique stamps.
Do you have a stamp company treasure? Share the company with us! Post a link to the company in the comments and tell us why you like them.

For a change I get to actually stamp tonight! So, signing off for a bit to have some fun. Have a wonderful evening and may tomorrow fill you with joy.


NwP said...

I bought some stamps from Art Neko a while ago. I was very happy with them.

Jheffner said...

I have to try to order some this week, as we have a little extra cash.

Anonymous said...

I have so many favorites! But, I have ordered from *several* more ladies, as I, too, like the Art Deco look - the first is
I have found her to be fast and courteous and a good value. Her images are lovely. Note that the rubber is teal green.
I also order from
I think her images are great, and she, too, is fast and courteous. She makes her images in black rubber.

I don't know if you are aware of this group
but they have a whole list of vendors with different styles of images, and a whole lotta tips and tutorials, too.

For some great southwest images, see these people
Copper Leaf
and also
who has stamps, but also makes Sheer Heaven, which is the best substrate I have ever used!
Hope I have enabled well!

Jheffner said...

Wow Zanne! I have book marked all of your sites, great stamps there, I have been to AMRSC and they are a wonderful site, with tutorials, and all sorts of how to's.

Thank you for sharing your fantastic finds!

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