Posts Tagged ‘Rubber Stamps’

Scrapbook-er and Card Maker Gift Ideas

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

It’s always hard to find that perfect gift for that crafty someone special, but don’t worry we’re here to help!

Here are some ideas for the avid scrapbook-er or card maker that you know.

Pictured: 12″x12″ decorative double-sided paper, Rag & Bone hand bound photo album, tin of 240 photo corners, book of labels, mini alphabet stamp set, star stickers, pigment and dye ink pads.

Pictured: Chiyogami 8.5″x11″ sampler pack, Martha Stewart punch, “Greetings” stamp set, A6 folded cards and envelope set (10 per pack), washi tape with stand, dye and pigment ink pads, and Yamato rice paste glue stick.

Come on in and take a look around the store for the full selection of products that we carry.

Happy Holidays!



Penpal Stationery

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

I made some stationery sets this week to send to some of my international penpals.


I used a 4×6 inch wooden postcard and glued Katazome-shi and punched shapes in black text weight paper.


I used 5×7 inch luxe white precut cardstock with washi tape and an “abc” rubber stamp set with a bronze pigment ink pad.


I used 4×6 inch Etchu Hagaki with the “Flora and Fauna” rubber stamp set with a bronze pigment ink pad and an “abc” rubber stamp set with a black pigment ink pad.

Make some at home and send them, because who doesn’t like getting mail that isn’t bills or flyers.



You Say “Goodbye”, I say “Hello”!

Sunday, February 26th, 2012

Sometimes you just feel like saying hello. These cards fit my recent letter-writing mood perfectly. I adore the nostalgic designs. Remember rotary dial telephones? I sure do!

I made little packets of sweet dot stickers and tucked them into the envelopes. I love getting tiny surprises enclosed in letters, so here is hoping my penpals will be delighted too!

The letters were completed with current Queen postage, stamped with vintage-looking rubber stamps and sealed with gold and white striped washi tape. I’m off to the mailbox now.

Happy writing!