Submit Artwork to RSM
Rubber Stamp Companies
Stamp Stores by State
Stamp Company Changes
Current Issue Gallery
Past Covers Gallery
Issue arrival time:
Spring: Early February
Summer: Early May
Fall: Early August
Holidays: Early November
Women of the World - Take Note
The Summer issue should be arriving at homes and stores shortly. If you're a subscriber, your copy should arrive no later than May 7. Store copies should arrive by then, too. If you don't receive or find a copy by that time, e-mail email@example.com or call 877 STAMPMA (877 782-6762).
Best New Stamper
This issue’s Best New Stamper is Jane Luxem of Kronenwetter, Wisconsin. Her friend, Pat Schultz, encouraged her to submit a beautiful travel tag—the rest is history.
Stamp Show Feature
The Summer issue includes a report on the Hamburg, NY, Convention, organized by StampScrapArtTours. Jackie Shenise stopped by and had a blast. Excerpts from her report follow. (The full report can be found in the Summer issue.)
Dave Miller of Rubbernecker Stamps demonstrated how to use Ken Oliver's Color Burst watercolor powders with his own company's flower stamp sets. These powders make beautiful backgrounds, as well as look great on individual images.
Ted Cutts, owner of Stampers Anonymous, Darcie, Inky Antics and Art Gone Wild, demonstrated how to make special tags. He incorporated various Distress products, including pads and stains. His 3-D tag was masterfully done.
Stacy Rich, owner of Stacy Stamps, demonstrated how to use color in a variety of ways—she even used her finger to make trees! Stacy’s stamp line is suitable for coloring with any media. Most of her stamps already include shading, which makes for a satisfying coloring experience.
Stamplistic owner Jennifer Jantek described her Ohio store as "a place to learn any paper crafting technique." Stamplistic also has an online presence and a unique stamp line. One of the company's most popular stamps series is called Design Squares.
Stacey Rich of Stacy's Stamps. ....................... Ted Cutts of Art Gone Wild and Stampers Anonymous.