Monday, July 14, 2008

How about some more stamping resources?

I love rubber stamps, and I love to surf and find companies that have unique and fun designs. Using something out of the ordinary can help you to create a "wow" card, and make it more fun to design your work as well.

There are so many stamp companies out there! I have about 50 companies saved, some of the best ones are listed on the "best" list, and everyday there seems to be more and more resources for rubber stamps.

Tonight I want to list a few companies that have some very interesting stamps for you, and even better, most of their prices are pretty good as well. But, before we get to that, two things.

1.) If you would like to participate in the ATC swap, please email me AND leave your name in the comments for the post last night (that way I can double check and make sure I have everyone).

2.) I want to figure out a way to do a "poll" on how often you would like to get notices from Freedburner that the blog has been updated. For now, if you want to see fewer updates via Feedburner, let me know in the comments. If I get a number of comments I will do the poll, otherwise the emails will continue to go out when I post (which is everyday).

Ok, onto the links!

Some really cool and interesting rubber stamp resources

  • Frog Whiskers Ink: Canadian company that has some really neat victorian images, lots of nature images, I liked the leaf swirl stamp.
  • MadRat Rubber Stamp Company: Really unique images here, especially the architectual ones, if you need something different, this is the place to go.
  • YanKiwi: Great rubber stamps by two ladies, one from the US and one from New Zealand. Stamps come in sheets of unmounted rubber, and they are very reasonably priced. You will love the "objects" and the BBF sets (Backgrounds, Borders and Frames).
  • Stamp Desires: Huge number of stamp companies here, a few you might not have seen before, and free shipping! Their regular prices are very good, and make sure to check out the selection of their clear stamps.
  • Inky Pinky Press: Cute collection of smaller stamps, bugs, flowers, trees, just a whole lot of adorable stamps to choose from.
  • Fresh Designs: Autum Leaves: Lots and lots of stamp sets here, some really great for journaling in scrapbooks, and lots and lots of flourish type stamps for your cards.
  • Expressions in Ink: The link is to their Block stamps, use them for some very unique images, they have a how to on the link as well. If you need the tape for their block stamps, you can also buy it on their site.
Hope you find a few new and interesting stamps in the above group.

Have a great evening, and enjoy your Tuesday.


Heather said...

great links as always! :)

Anonymous said...

I love getting your posts but if it gets to be to much for you I would be happy with any that you send. It is great to find all of these great sites that I didn't even know were out there.

SeaStar Creations said...

Cool resources! Thanks for the list ... your blog is so informative I love it!


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