I’ve really been getting back into rubber stamping over the past few months. Thankfully, most of my stamp pads are still good, but I’ve been on the hunt for new stamps to add to my collection. When I was into stamping a few years back, unmounted cling stamps were just starting to get popular, and now there’s a seemingly endless number of cling designs available, along with the more traditional wood-mounted stamps that I still love.
My interests seem to be firmly divided into two categories of stamps: the vintage grunge style, which have been giving me lots of ideas for Halloween projects, and the more craft and kitchen-themed stamps, which are great for tags and labels for handmade gifts. Hope you enjoy this little roundup of some of my favorites!
Vintage grunge favorites:
Above, clockwise from top left : Postcards rubber cling mounted stamps by Tim Holtz, Slight Alterations cling stamps by Tim Holtz, Faded Label stamp by Jenni Bowlin Studio, and Antique Keys cling stamps by Hero Arts
Craft and kitchen favorites :
Above, top to bottom : Recipe Card rubber stamp set by Ink + Wit, “Hand Made” rubber stamp at Cute Tape, Cake and Flag stamps at Impress, “From The Kitchen Of” rubber stamp at Paper Source, Sewing Favorite rubber stamp set at Cute Tape
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