RUBBER: The Rubber Stamps are made with a deeply etched natural red rubber which is the most durable and gives the best impressions.
If wood mounted:
WOOD/CUSHION: Wood mounts are 3/4" maple with an hourglass profile. Rubber is mounted with the use of 1/16" double coated black adhesive cushion.
INDEXING:Indexing is done with the use of clear, flat mylar laminated, and black ink labels.
CLING MOUNTED SETS (no individually mounted cling foam stamps at this time): In the Nature and Scenic Sentiment Sets, the cling foam versions of stamps are
pre-trimmed and mounted on 1/8" grey EZ Mount foam material ready to use on acrylic blocks or stamp positioners and come on plastic storage sheets.
Yes, we do. Almost all of our stamps are available UM at this point. In the design modules (stamp section) if there is an unmounted option, it will be designated below the
image. Also, we have unmounted sheets available featuring a selection of imagery.
Yes. The usage of Stampscapes stamps for hand stamped products for resale is fine with us. For mechanical reproduction of Stampscapes designs for products for
resale, contact Stampscapes with a description of how and where the image is to be used for review.
Stampscapes is mainly a mail order company but we occasionally attend a stamp convention. There are also some stores that carry the line.
If you don't have a store in your area that carries the Stampscapes
line, you can order from us direct or call a store listed under the Retail Store List to see if you can order from them.
Yes we do. We sell to retail BRICK-AND-MORTAR COMMERCIAL STOREFRONT operations only if in the US or Canada.
For wholesale information, send us proof of storefront such as a photograph of
your store or a yellow page ad. or listing. If you have a website with photos and this information online you can direct us
to your site. Residential or online only operations are considered for some overseas sellers if they're not in or near a country
where there is already a seller.
Stampscapes classes are being taught at some remaining stores listed in the Retail Store List but retail storefronts have become pretty limited.
If you have a retailer of the line in your area, contact them to see if in-person instruction is available. If you're reading this, you probably have access to the
internet. Our youtube.com Stampscapes channel has hundreds of free instructional videos available 24 hours/day 7 days/week. You can go to youtube.com and do a search
for "Stampscapes" and our videos and channel will come up. You can also see the videos embedded in both our lessons section of this website or specific lessons are
embedded in the stamp modules if there is one for that specific design. For beginner lessons on the youtube channel, try the "stamp-along" videos where simple compositions
are created with easy to apply techniques but still give all the basics of creating scenes.
Another great source of information on techniques and design specifics is from all of the great stampers in the peer lead Stampscapes Facebook Group.
For the FB group, you have to be a member of Facebook and then join the group to view the content. In our gallery section, you can also view thousands of samples done
in different techniques by stampers from all over the world.
Ken Pesho has produced an outstanding DVD called "Stampscapes Made Easy". He covers *all* the basics on creating a scene. The video is
a well produced vehicle for learning. What he includes are: Tips on paper, ink, heatsetting, layout, inking your stamp, masking, stamping with different size stamps and applying
inks to paper. Basically, everything from start to finish in an easy to understand presentation.
Stampscapes has a youtube.com channel where you can watch instructional videos online. To see a sample video below you can click on the "play" button on the
video below and you can click on the youtube link at the lower right corner of the video to take you to the youtube.com website where all the Stampscapes videos
have been posted.