Stampscapes® Guestbook, Volume IV
February '98 to March '99

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Saw you demonstrating at Carson. I had been looking forward to this convention for a long time. I was hoping to do some stampings at your convention. You were increcidle. I love your work. The first time I checked up your web site, I thought there was not way I could do that. But at the convention, making a scene for myself was a piece of cake. Tonal applicator is wonderful. I learned how to use the right technique and stamp from lighter to darker color. I am all ready to stamp out more cards for friends. You are such an artist I am also looking forward to your video. Oh, by the way, your 9-steps workshop is great!! It will help me a lot more. Thanks.
Ki Ki
AK USA - Saturday, March 20, 1999 at 21:41:08 (PST)
i just discovered you. and i've been absolutely blown away. beautiful i just have a little local stamp store that's why i turned to the net. i don't think my stamp store has discovered you yet. thank you thank you
bert <>
elyria, oh USA - Saturday, March 13, 1999 at 11:20:50 (PST)
I am absolutely stunned by this website!! I have seen these stamps individually in the local stamp store, but I had no idea the way that they were designed to go together!! It's like using stamps to create a Bob Ross painting!! I am in the final stages of finishing my store for the grand opening and I know that these stamps are going to be a huge hit here in Idaho!!! I want to do lots of classes to show how they all work and I know the customers will love them!!! Great job!!!!!
Mechele <>
Star, ID USA - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 19:13:15 (PST)
My email has stationery so you couldn't read it. I want to mail in an order and I wanted to know what you charged for the tonal applicator. :-D
Lea Cioci <>
Sharon, WI USA - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 08:24:06 (PST)
I think this website is great!
Nicole Glasel
Appleton, WI USA - Tuesday, March 02, 1999 at 09:14:12 (PST)
Marsha and I loved your stampscapes. Will return later to browse some more.
Great home page. Marsha and Ginnie
Marsha Huckins and Ginnie Winter <>
Upton, WY USA - Saturday, February 27, 1999 at 22:08:52 (PST)
Kevin--my friend and I are addicted. we took a stampscapes class at Sue Godfrey's store-- love your work!
janna paulson <JD101593>
fresno, ca USA - Saturday, February 27, 1999 at 16:04:51 (PST)
love your stamps and your site....
janine lasch/ rubberaddict <>
new fairfield, ct USA - Sunday, February 21, 1999 at 17:32:10 (PST)
Hi Kevin! Wejust got a computer, naturally have been checking out all the stamping sites, have to say yours is the absolute best in terms of cataloge, lessons, examples. You have it all. Great! Gayre.
Gayre <>
Bremerton, WA USA - Wednesday, February 17, 1999 at 10:34:54 (PST)
Your web page and stamps are breathtaking! I'm hooked. Will be sending my $2.00 for a catalog ASAP.
Carol Skinner <>
USA - Tuesday, February 16, 1999 at 15:58:07 (PST)
I think your stamps are awesome. I wish I could own them all there are so many things I can think to do with them.
Fallon, NV USA - Wednesday, February 10, 1999 at 18:27:00 (PST)
Love your work
Roberta Anderson <GDA341@aol>
Canandaigua, NY USA - Monday, February 08, 1999 at 20:48:02 (PST)
Kevin...I met you a couple times at the San Jose Rubberama, and each time I am more AWWWED than before. You are so INCREDIBLE!!! (I'm not even really a "stamper") I am teaching myself how to incorporate your stamps into my scrapbooks! It is soooo fun! Thanks for all your inspiration...REALLY want your video!!! Are you going to announce when it will be available??? Hope to see ya in San Jose this year!
Debi Boring <>
Scotts Valley, CA USA - Sunday, February 07, 1999 at 11:26:13 (PST)
Just got ahold of your web sight from a fellow stamper, I was very lucky in winning a few of the bids on eBay where I first seen your Rubber Stamps. Love them, what great art work in to them to get them to look so real, I am going to send for a catalog tomarow, can't wait to get my hands on it and check out the ones I want to go with the ones I just won on the auction. I even checked out the cards people have sent to you to show on your sight. WOW, I got to get in to this more, Love it!! Eileen Little
Eileen Little <>
Laporte,, Mn. USA - Sunday, January 31, 1999 at 12:37:49 (PST)
This was one of the BEST stamping websites I've found. I am really into nature type stamps & finally found some that can show rocks & minerals. I can't ait to get my catalogue!!
Kathryn K <>
Holtsville, NY USA - Sunday, January 31, 1999 at 10:01:06 (PST)
THANK YOU so much for having these lessons. I took a three hour lesson on stampscapes - got my stamps a couple weeks later and I had completely forgotten how to do the tecnique. You've really provided a valuable service. thanks
Nancie <>
Tulsa, ok USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 13:39:38 (PST)
I visited your website thanks to Wendy Schwartz from Stamp-a-doodle
Bellingham, Washington. She is my mentor. Each time I visit
her store I learn something new. Today, she talked about your website
and how I should go and visit it to learn "extraordinary new things".
I'm glad I did. :)
Your website is a dream. Not only can we see your beautiful
stamps on your on-line catalog but we can also *learn* how
to use them.
Thank you for giving us so much pleasure AND helping to improve our
rubber stamping skills.

Marthe <>
Vancouver, BC Canada - Saturday, January 23, 1999 at 18:00:44 (PST)
Kevin-Love this website! I think it's great that you give
lessons for those of us who need some help creating that
wonderful stamped artwork like you do! I'm still trying to
learn the techniques (mine don't come out anything like yours
!) but they are still alot of fun. I just keep practicing!
June Kleinfelder <>
Federal Way, WA USA - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 19:40:29 (PST)
I would like to know if you have any stamps suitable to be used on a bedroom wall to decorate with the image of large clouds. It would have to be larger than 8-12 in. Please email me at thankyou M Moody
Moody <>
va beacha, va USA - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 19:30:52 (PST)
I finally have the internet at home, and I am thrilled to
See all the stampscapes samples. Kevin as usual, I love your
work and thanks again for the mill you did a year or was it
more, ago. I have used it a couple time, just waiting for
just the right occasion to test it's strengths, but then I
know that they are there. Maggie, The Night Owl
Maggie, The Night Owl, Sharp <>
Ithaca, NY USA - Friday, January 08, 1999 at 20:25:06 (PST)
ONTARIO, CA. USA - Friday, January 08, 1999 at 09:55:06 (PST)
My comments are before these comments, I entered my email wrong, so trying to correct it,sorry.
Millicent F. Owen <>
Mesa , Az USA - Wednesday, January 06, 1999 at 20:19:08 (PST)
I love your stamps, I took a class at Stampworks in Chandler Az. There was a Great Demonstrator there and we did all kinds of neat things! I don't remember his name,but he travels all over the Country teaching his(your)style. I like your stamps because of the DOTS so that you can easily stamp over another image, and you would never know it. I will send for a catalog next time.
Millicent F. Owen <>
Mesa, Az. USA - Wednesday, January 06, 1999 at 20:13:47 (PST)
I saw a sample a couple of times before and just ran into your site by accident. I am so glad I did. I can't wait to get your catalog. Your step by step instructions make it look so easy to make a beautiful work of art. I think I just found my favorite stamps. Thank you for sharing your creativity.

JC Cornett <>
Wyoming, MI USA - Monday, January 04, 1999 at 01:10:04 (PST)
I find your stampers to be quite talented. I hope some day to be able to stamp like some of the samples I just viewed.
Donna Smith-Pluchino <DSP79@Aol.COM>
Stormville, NY USA - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 09:00:13 (PST)
Hi Kevin! I had to see you on my first day on the web! I just read Marianns comments from May25th regarding two classes she has taken from me.I have developed two new classes for 1999 which I will be teaching at The Stamp Lady this Jan,30th. 'Water Reflections' & 'Panaramic Scenes'(8x11"size). The third class in my stampscapes series 'Celestial' I will be teaching this Jan..23rd at The Stampers Cove in southington, CT. I promis to send you samples soon!
Deborah Beardsley <>
Ludlow, VT USA - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 13:39:21 (PST)
Will you let us know when the video is ready???
Marilyn Steinbauer <>
Roseville, MN USA - Wednesday, December 23, 1998 at 12:38:01 (PST)
I am having alot of fun with the things that I got last year. I really enjoy your unique stamps and your Stampograph. I also enjoyed going to the classes that I was able to attend, while I was in Las Vagas, last year, and I hope to attend somemore again in 1999.
Lezley Glore <>
Kearns, Ut USA - Tuesday, December 22, 1998 at 17:42:02 (PST)
I noticed that your last update letter was back in February 1998. It would be nice to know of any new changes and especially about the anticipated release date of the video. Is the making of it finished, in progress or not started. As you can tell anyone who visits this website continually is a avid fan. I am always checking for relase of new stamp designs or info. Thank you, Loretta Nave
Loretta Nave <>
Niles, MI USA - Tuesday, December 22, 1998 at 13:50:10 (PST)
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xx, xx USA - Wednesday, December 16, 1998 at 21:11:08 (PST)
Saw your demo at the Queen Mary RSC couple of weeks ago. Love your art and the lovely stories you tell with each scene. Look forward to your video and coming up with a few of my own works of art.
kapua <>
cerritos, ca USA - Monday, November 23, 1998 at 23:18:15 (PST)
Recently took a class in Madison, WI (Country Charms). This is so much fun. I work in a nursing home in the activities dept. I demonstrated how the cards were done and each resident got a card for their room. They were all so excited and surprised to see how the cards were made. We even had one man that never attends any of our activities that came out after I had shown him a card of a cabin in the woods with the mountains and the moon in the clouds. Thanks, for him and me, it really made his day because it reminded him of his sons cabin in the woods.
Bonnie Weitzel <>
Spring Green, WI USA - Saturday, November 14, 1998 at 10:31:31 (PST)
Fabulous Graphics! The art just pops off the pages or screen --- Keep up the great site, from a dedicated "Scape'Artist", Suzanne Rego a.k.a. Midnite Stamper
Suzanne Rego <Midnite4Me>
Whittier, CA USA - Friday, November 13, 1998 at 20:12:26 (PST)
First met you in Oklahoma City a few years ago. Been "doing it" ever since. Hurry up and do your video so we can get you out here in Okie land again. You are devine.
Kathy Martin <>
Norman, OK USA - Wednesday, November 04, 1998 at 19:34:57 (PST)
I am not able to print the directions on Stampscapes 101 9 step. I think it has to do with the white lettering. I have used white, pink, and yellow paper. The words for the directions do not show up on any of those colors. Do you have any suggestions on how to print this and get the stamped images along with the typed directions? Thank you for your assistance.
Pam <pjaxmaker>
La Pine, OR USA - Monday, November 02, 1998 at 11:57:21 (PST)
Hi! I've enjoyed looking through your web sight. I recently
took a class from Randall Curry at Too Much Fun Rubber Stamps.
on using your stamps. I could not believe how well they turned
out. Some of my friends who I show them too can not beleive
that I made them! They ask...where did you buy that pretty paper...
did you do it all by yourself. I bought a few of the Stampscapes
stamps soon after the class and I ordered about four more.
I'm really looking forward the new stamps!
Jodie Schram Jenks
Jodie Schram Jenks <Not yet!>
Lansing, MI USA - Wednesday, October 28, 1998 at 18:28:16 (PST)
Hi Kevin....You web site is wonderful...just like your
stamps...I love them...When will your video be coming out?
Can't wait to purchase it and learn more of your techniques.
Thanks again for such a great site!!!! Texie
Texie <>
Winston Salem , NC USA - Friday, October 23, 1998 at 21:37:01 (PDT)
SAN JOSE, CA USA - Friday, October 23, 1998 at 12:44:51 (PDT)
SAN JOSE, CA USA - Friday, October 23, 1998 at 12:44:27 (PDT)
I just recieved the catalog I ordered from you. There are so many stamps I want, and it is so difficult to choose just a few. I never realized you could make somthing so beautiful with stamps and the colors you use are gorgeous. I am new to stamping and I can't get enough stamps quick enough. Thanks for the step by step instructions also. I've been beading for about 4 yrs and I must say stampers are a lot friendlier and more helpful and quick to give information. To be fair to the beaders maybe I just never met the helpful ones. Thanks again for the catalog and the wonderful Web page, You'll be hearing from me soon, it looks like I have a new hobby. Sue B
Sue B <>
Oroville, CA USA - Friday, October 09, 1998 at 16:49:48 (PDT)
I first saw samples of Stampscapes in The Rubber Stamper Magazine. I couldn't comprehend how the fabulous coloring was achieved. I then saw a demonstration at the Buffalo Stampers Convention, but with all the goings on, it was hard to concentrate on the technics & then go home & apply them. Then I was so excited to find your site on the Web, where I could down-load & print the step-by-step directions.
Denise Sepot <>
Fairfield, Conn USA - Monday, October 05, 1998 at 14:58:08 (PDT)
This isn't a question, but a comment...
Last weekend I took a Landscaping Class at a "local" RS Store.
I cannot believe how easy it is to create these scenes - it's all in the stamps and "pounding"!
Now I am hooked! They used your Marvy Markers/Glossy Paper/Tonal applicator technique.
I looked at several of your examples, and can't wait to until I can buy more stamps.
(I'll be sending in an order for a catalog - my modem is too slow, and it's hard to make decisions)
Thank you for creating this wonderful website!
Mary Garvey <>
Saugerties, NY USA - Thursday, October 01, 1998 at 13:57:23 (PDT)
Hello, I just popped in here because I have seen your work in RSM and I wish I could be an artist like this. I have been stamping for 4 years and I love it. What a beautiful array of colours and images in your art. I am amazed that this can be done just like watercolours and oils. Thank you for letting us view and print out your lessons.Stampin'Jo from Ontario Canada
Joanne Oostrom <>
Port Burwell, Ontario Canada - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 at 19:19:20 (PDT)
Hello, I just popped in here because I have seen your work in RSM and I wish I could be an artist like this. I have been stamping for 4 years and I love it. What a beautiful array of colours and images in your art. I am amazed that this can be done just like watercolours and oils. Thank you for letting us view and print out your lessons.Stampin'Jo from Ontario Canada
Joanne Oostrom <>
Port Burwell, Ontario Canada - Tuesday, September 29, 1998 at 19:18:53 (PDT)
I just adore Stampscapes. It is one of my favorite things to do.
Caroline McFarlane <>
Parsippany, NJ USA - Monday, September 28, 1998 at 13:06:27 (PDT)
Truly enjoy your site - it's beautiful, well thought out and did I say BEAUTIFUL?!? (uhm, yeah, but just had to say it again). Thanks for sharing your unique talents with the world.
Holly H
Holly <>
Ft Bragg, NC USA - Sunday, September 27, 1998 at 16:50:40 (PDT)
Dear Kevin,
I am at a friends house playing on the WEB for the first time
Deb and I are amazed at your site!! ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC
Your stamps are selling good. Hope to see you sometime soon.
Maybe at the next big Convention in CA. Business is OK
Maybe it will pickup in November.

Matt Foeller
Sarasota, FL USA - Monday, September 14, 1998 at 10:04:03 (PDT)
Thank you. . .for the magnificent gallery of artwork, for your exquisite stamps, for this informative site, your reasonable prices AND the ability to order by mail, and for making exactly what I've needed! I'm a calligrapher/paper artist and just expanding into stamping-for-fun. I'm also disabled, and without stamp stores in Tulsa (I may have to open one), I'm limited to what I can order by mail and on-line. Again, thanks. . .you'll (hopefully) never know.
Carol Dillingham a/k/a "RollerInk" <>
Tulsa, OK USA - Sunday, September 06, 1998 at 16:24:00 (PDT)
I have just started stamping and really enjoyed your site. Are your products available in the UK?
Sue Wright <>
London, UK - Sunday, September 06, 1998 at 15:16:48 (PDT)
Found you by accident. My finance and I enjoy stamping very much. We'll be sending for a catalog in the very near future.
JR Lehfeld <>
Alamogordo, NM USA - Sunday, August 30, 1998 at 13:11:32 (PDT)
Hi Kevin, This website is truly awesome, great artwork and of course, great art. I love the postcard in the pocket that Emma did. TTYS-L
Leigh <>
Redwood City, Ca USA - Saturday, August 22, 1998 at 18:11:31 (PDT)
Your web site is great! Almost as good as your demos at the Carson Convention. I like teaching Stampscapes techniques the best, and my customers love your stamps and samples. I have taught your techniques several times but you know there is nothing like the teacher "Himself" to show you how it is done... So, I know that I have asked you before... Now my customers keep asking... "When are you going to have Kevin come here??? Hmmm!!! Ya think?
Mona <>
Riverside, CA USA - Sunday, August 16, 1998 at 16:47:07 (PDT)
I'm fairly new to stamping (about one year) and first saw your stamps in my local store, Mrs. O'Learys. I loved the technique and couldn't wait to take a class in it. I did so a few weeks ago and am hooked all over again on stamping. I sent my first card to my sister, who couldn't believe I did it with my own two little hands. Thanks for some wonderful scenery and a totally new technique!! As soon as I come back from vacation, I plan to get an order in with you!!
Denise Skaer <>
Wichita, KS USA - Sunday, August 16, 1998 at 16:00:53 (PDT)
Took your class about three years ago and forgot how to do it. Enjoyed your lessons very much. It was a refresher course to me and have done a few cards again., and having fun with it again. Thank you for the lessons and your enjoyable site
E. Schleis <>
Colorado Springs, CO USA - Tuesday, August 11, 1998 at 12:02:42 (PDT)
Kevin, I took your class many many years ago and just loved it. Many of my friends and family have been blessed by the art work I have been able to do. I am so excited to finally find you and your stamps and look forward to meeting again and see anything new you have developed. Keep up the fabulous work. The site it beautiful and the most helpful site I believe I have ever seen. You have managed well on teaching the "how tos". Thx again.
Deborah L. <>
Sierra Madre, CA USA - Sunday, August 09, 1998 at 13:23:07 (PDT)
The site is wonderful. I am always looking for new ways to use your stamps and now I have found it. The examples on the exchanges are fantanstic. I really love Emma Beane's work and would love to get in contact with her.
Patty Quirk <>
Ontario, CA USA - Thursday, May 28, 1998 at 21:11:20 (PDT)
T ook a class Sat, 5 /23 at The StampLady in Danvers, MA given by Deborah Beardsley, Both her I and II classes were GREAT, and so are Stampscapes stamps!!!! Now if only I had a million $$$$ so I can afford to buy the entire catalog!!!!!!! My co-president and me are thinking of demoing the techniques to our club, Stampers Annonymus at one of our upcoming meetings. NO ONE should be without a tonal applicator, or 2, or 3!!!!!!
Marianne Bruns <>
North Andover, MA USA - Monday, May 25, 1998 at 07:13:31 (PDT)
Through your stamps I am able to unleash my own creativity!
Donna M. Villegas <>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Friday, May 15, 1998 at 11:04:23 (PDT)
Love your stamps plan on having more in the near future
Bonnie Raymond <>
Holden, Me. USA - Monday, May 11, 1998 at 09:16:10 (PDT)
Terrific site. I am really new to stamping and have been poking around the stamping sites -- there's nothing like this. THERE's ACTUAL CONTENT here! It's beatutiful, it's bookmarked, and you'll be getting my first order soon.
Gail Tyler <>
Chicago, IL USA - Tuesday, May 05, 1998 at 21:00:21 (PDT)
This is a wonderful website!!! Great design and of course the content is AWESOME!!! Thanks for the showcase of's an inspiration for my own rubberstamped pieces.
Christine Flannery <>
Tacoma, WA USA - Saturday, May 02, 1998 at 23:25:33 (PDT)
Love your ad/May-June'98 RSM. Am very interested in Universe designs. Could you maybe make some small constellation and planet stamps? (i.e. Saturn, Jupiter, Ursa Major, Orion). Your style makes such a wonderful Universe background. Thank You!! See you at Carson!
Lynzee (Lynn Freedman in the real world!)
Lynzee <>
Santa Ana, CA USA - Tuesday, April 28, 1998 at 17:47:49 (PDT)
Dear Kevin: I saw you demonstrate Stampscapes Stamps at the Carson Convention Center in March--I was truly impressed. I have been stamping for a short time and these are just the types of stamps I love. I'll be ordering again and again. Keep up the good work. Thanks. Pat A.
Pat Anderson <>
Altadena, CA USA - Friday, April 24, 1998 at 12:44:26 (PDT)
Wonderful stamps. Just what my customers have been looking for. This is are first browse through the web and we've lucked out and located your site. You definitely will be hearing more from us.
Judi Melcher/The Ark Rubber Stamp Store <>
Garibaldi, OR USA - Tuesday, April 21, 1998 at 21:44:55 (PDT)
Thank you so much for this BEAUTIFUL website. I have admired your work for such a long time and could not figure out how to complete a scene, hopefully I will be able to do so now. I appreciate you as an artist! Looking forward to seeing you at a convention soon. Stampnbabs
Barbara J. Allen <Stampnbabs@>
Tucson, Az. USA - Saturday, April 18, 1998 at 12:04:06 (PDT)
'Looking for unmounted stamps.....Nice site!
Norma Rush <>
Louisville, Ky USA - Thursday, April 16, 1998 at 19:15:54 (PDT)
'Took my first class in "Stampscapes" from Tyra in Green Bay last evening and was hooked!!! Look forward to additional classes and purchasing MORE of your BEAUTIFUL stamps! A whole new look which will "wow" all my friends and family.
Jane Luxem <>
Green Bay, WI USA - Thursday, April 16, 1998 at 18:27:11 (PDT)
'New to the internet and also to stamping. What works of art. Thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I will return at a later date. I will have to find a distributor in Australia.
Debbie Chellingworth <>
Malanda, Q'ld Australia - Wednesday, April 15, 1998 at 06:29:33 (PDT)
'Saw your stamps before but thought it was too much work til I saw your work again in the Somerset Magazine. Norice from Creations Unlimited in Mililani turned me on to your stamps and I'm now hooked. Have been received so many compliments on my cards sent. It's easier than it looks and the images are great. Thanks for the designs! Aloha and Mahalo from Hawaii
dale <>
Pearl City, HI USA - Sunday, April 12, 1998 at 20:13:58 (PDT)
I saw your beautiful work in Somerset Studio Magazine the March-April issue. You make the kind of stamps I have been looking for. I have been looking for real animals, people and nature stamps, not the cuties full of hearts and dots stamps. Are your stamps sold in retail stores? I have bookmarked your site and will be returning often. Thank you for being there.
L. Abbott <>
Port Orchard, WA USA - Friday, April 10, 1998 at 10:26:42 (PDT)
I just found your site today. You will definitely be receiving an order from me!!! My husband will love all these cool ideas and these are just the sort of stamps he loves. I can hardly wait to get started! I'll be back for more!
Mary <>
NE USA - Thursday, March 26, 1998 at 19:54:45 (PST)

One of the cards at this URL uses Stampscapes images, including a use for the Luminous Sun that (I think) I just invented. Enjoy.

Elaine Normandy <>
Colorado Springs, CO USA - Thursday, March 26, 1998 at 08:00:58 (PST)

Does anyone know where to find architectural rubber stamps?
Mimi Blair <>
USA - Wednesday, March 25, 1998 at 15:07:05 (PST)
Really cool site! Quite helpful too. We did all Stampscapes at our stamp club meeting last night at "Stamps to Dye For"in Bozeman. She can hardly keep your stamps in the store! Eveyrone loves them! It was fun to learn how to use them in different ways.How 'bout a small lake/ocean like the reakky big one you sell?? Would be very useful.
Cathleen Perkins <>
Bozeman, MT USA - Wednesday, March 25, 1998 at 12:23:45 (PST)
Saw you at Carson on Saturday and was mesmerized. Have never taken the time to stop and watch before because there was always a "huge" crowd around your table. This time, I just shoved(LOL) my way in and sat for several minutes watching you create! Of course, I bought, too. Isn't that the concept??? Thanks for creating such beautiful work. It truly makes Rubber Stamping an "art form".
Debi McNamer <>
Pine Valley , CA USA - Tuesday, March 24, 1998 at 16:12:22 (PST)
I think a swimmer would be a great new stamp - just an idea. Love your background stamps.....
Sue Myers <>
USA - Monday, March 23, 1998 at 21:34:53 (PST)
I've been enjoying your wonderful images since I first saw them demoed in Fort Collins, CO many years ago. I'm very excited excited about your coming to be a guest on my Monday night chat April 27th - 10:00PM EST in the rubber stamping forum on Delphi. We are having a "before your visit" stampscapes swap and will be having an "after" swap as well. These cards will all be available for viewing in our Swap Zone at
I want to thank you for giving our wonderful world of stamping such a great opportunity to be able to create beautiful pictures. Hugs to you. Sue
Sue Bell <>
Amarillo, TX USA - Saturday, March 21, 1998 at 07:18:43 (PST)
'Love your stamps. I'm particularly fond of creating realistic fantasy landscapes and scenes. Your designs are just the tools I need to create the sort of thing I enjoy most. I've learned a lot from observing your technique and style, so this site is a favorite of mine. Please keep up the wonderful work and keep those new things coming. I'll be knocking down the doors at Calligraphy House the instant I hear of anything new out. Linda
Linda Standart <lstandart@viperlink.con>
Easley, SC USA - Wednesday, March 18, 1998 at 23:52:02 (PST)
Hi Kevin...this is still my favorite site on the web...I think it gets better everytime I visit it. I still have my handstamped autographed 'Scape you made for me at a convention back when I lived in Orlando a couple of years ago. It is still framed and sitting on my desk and everytime we move its the VERY FIRST picture to be unpacked! Thanks for the inspiration!
Stacie Haldeman <>
Silverdale,, WA USA - Wednesday, March 18, 1998 at 22:37:00 (PST)
I love your stamps! I can't wait to start making my own scenes. Keep up the great work!!!!!
M. Tozer <>
Elko, NV USA - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 18:04:27 (PST)
'Would love to be able to do your stamping.
Linda Gerig <>
West Olive , Mi USA - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 16:43:02 (PST)
I just learned how to use stampscapes. I am very excited about the possibilities with Stampscapes. Thank you.
angela wecker <no email>
cadillac, mi USA - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 15:25:35 (PST)
Awesome ! I was enthralled. This is what I`ve been looking for. I have many stamps but nothing like this. Really like the lessons. I`m sending for your catalog. I really enjoyed this web site and have it book marked. Will return many times. WOW! Sharill
Sharill Stewart <brandi@infoblvd>
avoca, N,Yn USA - Thursday, March 12, 1998 at 19:53:44 (PST)
I just received your stamps in my store and already people are gathering around them. We all think they are beautiful stamps. I've been playing with them this evening and just want to thank you for creating them !
I want them all!!!! Thanks, Laura
Laura McPherson <>
Presque Isle, Me USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 18:13:04 (PST)
Your stamps are BEAUTIFUL! I look forward to visiting my local retail distributor.
Sharon Edwards <>
Ocala, FL USA - Thursday, March 05, 1998 at 14:26:52 (PST)
Do you have any stamps of wolves?--we think your stamps are stupendous but would really like wolves and ladybugs!!! Could you please let me know--Thanks!
Sue Z <>
none, USA - Tuesday, March 03, 1998 at 17:23:59 (PST)
Loved the article in the new Somerset magazine. The picture intitled WINTERS WIND , is that a stamp? Is it one of yours? Please let me know.Thank you
David Epstein <>
Albuquerque, NM USA - Tuesday, March 03, 1998 at 09:46:10 (PST)
I won the drawing! Thanks for the box of cool stamps. I'm really enjoying incorporating them into my collection. I think about how I can use them all the time. Thanks for your generosity!
Robin Johnston <>
Newark, DE USA - Monday, March 02, 1998 at 13:16:47 (PST)
Your site is simply THE BEST. Thank you, Fanny
Stampaholic Fanny <>
Kirksville, MO USA - Saturday, February 28, 1998 at 20:56:58 (PST)
I met you at a "Midnight Madness" show in Edmonds,Wa three yrs ago. During one of your demonstrations, I had made a comment to you that you have lots of groupies that night. You were nice enough to make me a stampscape that night, and I have been hooked ever since! Thank you very much!!! I look forward to seeing your new stamps after seeing your article in "Somerset Studio". Sincerely, Sonia Francis
Sonia R Francis <>
USA - Friday, February 27, 1998 at 18:54:49 (PST)
I've been checking out your new stamps and scenes. In the words of Tara Lapinski--that was so cool. One of our local stores is having a Stampscapes demo in March and 15% off the stamps. I have to work that day but I'm making a list for my mom to get for me. I told her that if she sees someone else reaching for the last one she is to kick her crutches out from under her and get it. Okay okay she won't really kick her. Thanks for your talent and inspiration. Marci
Marcella Lee-Birecki <>
cincinnati, ohio USA - Friday, February 27, 1998 at 18:20:52 (PST)
I've just started stamping, and THIS is the stuff I've been looking for! Thanks.....Great page
Eric Hess <>
Avon, IN USA - Sunday, February 15, 1998 at 20:48:05 (PST)
Took a class on your stamps @ the Rubber Genie in Yakima. These are the coolest stamps I've come across yet. Love the color and designs. Look forward to more!!!!!!!!!
Ginger L. Kent <>
Yakima, WA USA - Sunday, February 15, 1998 at 13:14:38 (PST)
I enjoyed looking at and reading how the various scenes were created. They are truly works of art. I hope to enter your drawing and maybe be lucky enough to win.
E.A. McCarthy <>
Beverly, MA USA - Saturday, February 14, 1998 at 11:24:10 (PST)
I enjoyed Emma Beane's work in the grid pages. Please forward this e-mail address to her so that we may correspond. I would like to know how she accomplishes some of the effects on her stampings. Thank you.
Connie Bailey <geckoliz@awwwsome. com>
Redding, CA USA - Tuesday, February 10, 1998 at 14:49:54 (PST)

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