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Hello Kevin, Just wanted to let you know how fabulous I think your stamps and the tonal technique is. I've been selling your Stampscapes line in my Rubberstamp Store since I opened 4 1/2 years ago and just wanted to say without your line I wouldn't be able to standout from the other Stamp Stores. I just visited your website for the first time in several months and loved the addition of Linda Ellenwood's technique with your stamps, absolutely fantastic. Some thing for me to share with my past customers that I have taught the tonal applicator to. People love your stamps and find the tonal technique absolutely awesome. I self taught myself when I decided to open a stamp store and carry your line as my #1 company. I have a small store but your line makes me unique. I developed your technique from your article in an old Sommerset issue, that had a step by step instruction. Thank you so much for being such a great company to sell for. MARY HOHMAN, Stampin Express, Altoona, WI.

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Kevin, Just wanted to drop a note to tell you how much I thoroughly enjoyed your class today at Stampassions in Latham. I am very excited about "stampscaping" this summer. Your website is very well done and provides much inspiration. Thank you again for fun-filled class! Kathleen Arthur

I have been stamping with stampscapes stamps for a while but only today have I looked at your site. It is absolutely fabulous - I love all the art examples and have put many of the stamps on my "wish list" now I've seen what they can do.

Well done! Helen Lindfield, Sutton, Surrey, England.

Hi, I am a totally 'new' customer. I purchased my very first stamp "cabin" at a rbs store 140 miles north of me! As I don't travel north very often, I found your "beautiful" website, and see LOTS of stamps I just gotta have! I'm hoping you will have a hard copy catalog soon, as I need one ASAP. I love your images because so many of them remind me of home, western MT, where I've lived my whole 56 years! I'm a scenic stamper, so these will really work for me! I love viewing all the lessons on website...I know this takes soooo much time and I do appreciate all the hard work that is put into the frame at a time! I have only one complaint...the buck's butt is not like that. I'm a realistic stamper...and this buck is not realistic enough for me. Sorry. Other then the buck, I love everything. Just looking at your online catalog I've found lots and lots of stamps I need! Be looking for an order from me pretty soon. Thanks for a great website and learning center! From, "Toni Keel"

Signing In, "Vickie"

Hi Kevin, I just went through all the NEW stamps I purchased and excited about getting started. I just wish you had a video so that I could at least look at the procedure as I go. I could not get away from your booth as I wanted to absorb all I could about your techniques. This type of stamping is just beautiful, and the thrill of it is you don't need to use colored pencils etc. It is amazing to see all those wonderful colors and shades blend together. Again I'm so excited about starting. -R & W Meiser

I have viewed your website many times & knew this was something I wanted to learn to do. Even though your on-line lessons are very good, I was not quite sure how you did it. My sister & I were at the Carson Convention and thoroughly enjoyed watching your demonstrations. I purchased about a doz. or more of your stamps and see now how many more I want. I also need some more Marvy matchables. I just did my first attempt and realize how little I know about putting colors in the pictures but I'm learning. I will be visiting your website more often to help me with this. I will be placing an order soon. Your work is to be admired! If you have an e-mail list, I would like to be on it. Thanks, Patty Sorensen

What an awesome website!! Had a quick look through some of the galleries and the many talented artistic works available for browsing...what a wonderful variety and all very inspiring to me...Thank you very much.....Dee Burke, Edmonton, Alberta

I really like your site. I have a few of your stamps and couldn't figure out how to use them. Now I know!! Please put me on your email list if you have one. Thank you, Marlyn Hagler. Sonora, California

Dear Stampscapes,
I want to say that i struggled using the tonal applicator for so long until, I saw your lessons on line. Now I am doing so much better.,But my friends and i wanted to know how can we get personal lessons? Do you give lessons to people? If so we would like some.
Sincerly, Deborah

You have without a doubt the most glorius stamps I have ever seen. I have accumulated about 10 or so, but wish I had them all. I can't believe how lovely the cards I've made have turned out since I'm only a wannabe artist. Then there are your lessons for those of us who are color challenged. Please don't ever stop producing these wonderful stamps. I am so thrilled to see that you will be at the Puyallup Convention in May. You'll know me, I'll be the one that's standing there everytime you look up all weekend.
Thanks. Betty Sovereign

Dear Stampscapes,
I have absolutely no knowledge of stamping-I've only seen the too cute stuff at the stores here. I want to take another look at the incredible art I saw-I didn't know you could put more than one color on a stamp-I am truly a novice. You're doing great stuff and I thought it was very thoughtful of you to thank your teachers and contributors to your site. Thanks for a beautiful site and for crediting the artists who made some of the incredible art I saw. I'll be back and will send for a catalog. I feel another addiction coming on. Paperfreaks Anonymous was my first. This is the next logical step.

Kathy Forrest, email at: <>

Do you think it might be possible to add a section of online sources of your stamps where we can purchase them rather than having to go to a local dealer? I like your stamps; I like your techniques; I like your directions. However, I'm not too keen to drive 100 miles to buy one stamp. Just a suggestion. BTW, fabulous website. The instructions are absolutely wonderful, and the results are BREATHTAKING! Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful, wonderful talent. Barb Ingerson

Wow, I just looked at the, most recently posted, lessons. They are gorgeous. I thought you couldn't get any better (which is silly, everyone can get better), but the new lessons are incredible. From the colors, tones, and highlights, to things I am not artistically sophisticated enough to realize what I am looking at. Thank you for the lessons. I have had a stylus, since I started stamping, but never thought to use it for detail work on scenes. Thank you and your Arizona posse.

Thank you for all of the work you do on behalf of your customers. I have a couple of finished scenes, that I will mail you. I tried the Brilliance white on sea spray and it worked. I'm sure that I need to refine it. Later, Joannie Hooper

Kevin, "The Fall Morning Mist," What a wonderfull piece of work! Just when I think I may have gotten the hang of the tonal applicator, you pull out the sylus tool! What an idea!!! Also I have been pondering using the Ancient Page colors by clear snap? The fact that they are permanent is what I like about them? I think the sea shells are permanent and I have used them a lot since I noticed you using them. The Brilliance have been great also. My question is do you use one stylus tool tip for all colors or several? This piece of work is an art book of color, inspiration, and just plain beautiful!!!

THANK YOU Linda (from Pen Ventures)

Sandy Peterson: signed in on Dec 12, 2001
Dear Stampscapes:
I have never seen such beautiful imagery as I have on the mere 36 pages I've seen on your web-site. I'm blown away. I'm stamping for about a year and in that time I've spent over ten thousand dollars in stamps, inks and accessories. You name, I probably own it. However, what I've not be blessed with is the natural ability to draw or apply color to control light and dark and colors that work together well. I'm not a fool. The stampers that take your beautiful stamps (so far my favorite is that beautiful, absolutely fabulous flowing water that could be a lake, an ocean at ebb tide or the fact the can cut the stamp down and just use parts of it for different scenes and the ability for the scene to appear as if it comes from almost anywhere on the planet. Nothing could keep from purchasing almost everything you have, but can you teach me in some way to utilize these wonderful stamps. I am disabled and rarely go further than my computer, stamping desk and my bed. But you artists are stirring my imagination where I see beauty everywhere I look on your stamps, on every line that is drawn. I really am so over come, I don't know what else to say. I will be sending you out a check immediately for your catalog. Thank you all for the beauty you have brought into me world. Maybe not at this very moment, but I pray soon. I have a feeling the first stamp I want is $25.00! Happy Holidays, Anita Flannery
I just had to tell you how very much I enjoyed looking at all your stamp designs and how people have embellished them and made them even more of an art form they one could think. They truly are beautiful and I had many a wonderful memory thinking of my childhood when viewing them. I wish you and your staff, and the designers many happy years of success. I hope to locate some of your stamps in either Maine or Massachusetts! Sincerely Yours, Christine Scannell
I am reeling from all of the wonderful pieces that I have witnessed on your website. I mean, "you are blowing my mind"!!!! I will be visiting this site often. Thanks for the technological trip. Tammy
Nice web site. Love your designs Stampscapes.
Joan Lendon <j>
Mankato, MN USA - Tuesday, December 12, 2000 at 13:46:40 (PST)
Does anyone have an older Stamp Scapes catalog? I am looking for an older design.

Bea Snyder <>
New York, NY USA - Tuesday, December 12, 2000 at 13:45:21 (PST)
I love your stamps. I had a concept in my mind what I was looking for but could not explain the concept to anyone, until I saw your stamps at Stamp Asylum in Plano, Texas last week-end. I knew it when I saw it--Love water,reeds.
Susab Magie <>
Dallas, TX USA - Monday, November 13, 2000 at 19:44:16 (PST)
As a brand new stamper of approximately 5 months, I am currently in the processing of reading everything I can get my hands on so I can make informed purchasing decisions on the rubber stamps, ink pads and other supplies/tools one needs for this "addiction." I am not drawn to the whimsy or cutesy type of stamping as I much prefer landscapes, the old world collage look, and the ethnic type of art stamping. You have created an absolutely wonderful web site which provides those unique stamps required to produce a realistic landscape, as well as, the written tools to utilize these stamps to their best advantage, information which is traditionally not provided in similar catalogs. I am in the process of deciding which "treasures" to order first from your very recently discovered web site. As our family is enchanted with the ocean, as well as, the long walks on their barren beaches, my primary focus will be on those stamps associated with water from the sea, their tides at different times during the day and appropriate skies to place with the scene. I would like to see stamps that replicated the SAND. This is a hard one for me to recreate in both color and design so that it looks both natural and has the appropriate feel and texture to it. I feel that this is the only area which is lacking in your varied assortment of choices and hope that there is a plan in place to fill this much needed void. I am looking forward to adding your landscape stamps to my mushrooming collection in the very near future.
Judi Powers <>
Essex Junction, VT USA - Monday, November 06, 2000 at 17:21:06 (PST)
Finally I found some stamps that are more than just the usual cute stuff. These look like real art. Your site is well organized, informative and beautifully done. I look forward to buying many stamps from your company. It's my reward for getting 2 children through college. Now it's my turn to show them my artwork!
Brenda Heisler <bh22650@aolcom>
Olivet, MI USA - Thursday, November 02, 2000 at 19:22:03 (PST)
Thanks, I have several copies of your catalog. Have seen several new stamps of yours. Are there more and will they be seen on your website?
N Bannister <>
St. Louis, MO USA - Wednesday, November 01, 2000 at 07:05:29 (PST)
This site is awesome. I just became aware of Stampscapes stamps when I took a class at Mark-It-Place in Sayner, WI. I like taking my time with projects, so this is for me. I feel like I am creating art when I do any form of stamping and especially this kind. Your site is very complete---I love the lessons and also appreciate knowing where they handle Stampscapes stamps because I travel and like to go to stamping stores the best. Thank you.
Barbara Clem <>
Conover, Wi USA - Saturday, October 21, 2000 at 14:24:31 (PDT)
Your website is great ,well organized and easy to useand very beautiful
Lila P Florance <>
Virginia Beach,23454, Va. USA - Saturday, October 21, 2000 at 05:09:07 (PDT)
Oh my God! I love your stuff! Ever since a friend let me borrow the farm scene I have wanted more. I'm just not in to glitter and embossing and all that. Every time I buy that stuff I try it and end up going back to my "scene" stamps and watercolors. Wish I could afford every stamp you have. Keep up the good work!!!! I've just placed an order and I'll be back for more.

Janell Ramsey <>
IA USA - Friday, October 20, 2000 at 12:58:55 (PDT)
Wow! this is the best stamp site I have seen! You obviously love what you do!
These are real works of art--thanks for allowing others to use them, too!
Jayne Watkins <>
Bloomington, IN USA - Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 23:50:02 (PDT)
I love your stamps and art. Thanks for the wonderful and unique products.
Annette Holleger <>
Albany, NY USA - Friday, October 13, 2000 at 20:04:21 (PDT)
I have never come across a more informative web site. It is
now bookmarked (a new concept for me). I am just learning
the intricasies of the Internet. What a great way to learn new
techniques. Hopefully the stores in the Toronto or Southern
Ontario region handle your beautiful stamps and teach the
use of the TA .
Marilyn <>
North York, Ont Canada - Wednesday, October 11, 2000 at 10:01:58 (PDT)
Do you plan on being at the stamp convention in November on the Queen Mary in Long Beach?

Kathy <>
Tehachapi, Ca USA - Sunday, October 08, 2000 at 18:07:59 (PDT)
This is a great website - I have fallen in love with your stamps!
Lisa <>
Paynesville, MN USA - Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 20:24:36 (PDT)
Kevin - What's the status on the video???? Can't wait to get it and wouldn't mind being a "tester." Let me know. Thanks.
Pam Buck <>
Riverside, CA USA - Friday, October 06, 2000 at 22:11:38 (PDT)
Nice stamps! enjoyed looking at them. Nice webb site .I'm impressed
Elizabeth B. Aiken,Jr. <>
Auburn, Alabama USA - Wednesday, September 27, 2000 at 23:25:18 (PDT)
Your stamping techniques and your stamps are wonderful. I have seen demonstrations of how to do it, but your step by step explanation is much more complete. Thank you! Answer for Joachim from Germany: Stampscapes are sold by StempelArt, Susanne Engelbrecht in Minden, Tel. 0571-22921, fax 0571-22923.
Jetske Masmeijer <>
Warnsveld, Netherlands - Wednesday, September 20, 2000 at 12:40:01 (PDT)
I'm just getting started stamping and I absolutely love the stampscapes! I don't consider myself an "artistic" person and your scenes allow me to be creative. Your website is terriffic!! Please keep up the wonderful work you are doing by providing information!
Rhonda Barber
Perryville, Missouri
Rhonda Barber <>
Perryville, MO USA - Monday, September 04, 2000 at 16:52:57 (PDT)
I love your stamps and ideas. I want to learn more about how to do the wonderful things with color that you do. I am an advanced stamper (10yrs)thanks for creating these stamps!!!!!!!!
Linda T <BTE8267756`>
Cedar Rapids, IA USA - Tuesday, August 22, 2000 at 18:49:17 (PDT)
I'm so glad I found your page with the lessons. I took a class with your stamps and the girl DIDNT show me half that I learned on your page. THANKS for SHARING on the E_MAIL I love the scenes and love to make them Please add more scenes and HOW to make them pretty for all of us who dont know how yet. THANKS DIANE
Diane Stealy <STEALY2NPCC.NET>
Goshen, In. USA - Sunday, August 20, 2000 at 14:39:51 (PDT)
This page has been very informational to me. I enjoy doing scapes and this site has pumped me up to get started on some new creations.
Barb Cummins <>
Burton, MI USA - Saturday, August 19, 2000 at 10:31:37 (PDT)
I would like a stamping pen-pal from anywhere except England, possibly from Ukraine (if possible) or Washington State .... if fact, I will answer thoese who will write to me.
Mrs F Morant <>
Preston Lancashire, - ENGLAND - Thursday, August 17, 2000 at 02:26:27 (PDT)
I very seldom get a chance to stamp being a shop owner, so when a customer friend came to visit she brought her stampscapes and I supplied the ink = Two all night stampscapers tonaling their way through ! Thanks for the inspiration.
Linda Hodgkins <>
West Rockport, ME USA - Sunday, August 13, 2000 at 11:52:15 (PDT)


WAUCONDA, IL USA - Wednesday, August 09, 2000 at 13:47:55 (PDT)
I have loved Stampscapes ever since I first saw them in RSM magazine. Now I've found your web site and have learned so much about the "How To" of it.
Thank you for sharing so freely and clearly. I'm looking forward to using this technique now that I know more about it.
Blessings Kevin on your good art. Please come to "Stamp-O-Rama" in St. Paul, MN. in October...we'd love to see you in person.
Sister Julie Green, FSJ <>
Prescott, WI USA - Monday, July 17, 2000 at 02:13:13 (PDT)
Hi Kevin,

Thank you for the lesson yesterday at convention. I plan to
put my blue and green oceanscape up on my board at work. I
never would have realized how much I needed that tonal
applicator without your taking the time to teach me how to
use it properly. I enjoyed getting to meet you at last.

Can't wait for those new images!!

Charlie M. <>
Ontario, Ca USA - Sunday, July 09, 2000 at 22:17:52 (PDT)
My daughter and I enjoyed meeting Kevin...we were at your booth at the Carson show. Your great talent and stunning sense of color really delighted us. We now have many of your wonderful creative stamps and are ordering more. Please Kevin, make a beautiful "wolf" stamp. Thank you for your time and for sharing your work with us.
Barbara Berns-Ross <>
USA - Saturday, July 08, 2000 at 22:13:48 (PDT)
I'm glad to find your web site. I have some of stampscape stamps and still trying to learn on my own. I also have your
catalogue. Thanks again
Lavonda Lingerfelt <>
Morganton, NC USA - Friday, July 07, 2000 at 09:28:12 (PDT)
It's a great site you have.
I love that kind of stamping very much.
Greetings, Nel
Nel Brandwijk <>
Holland - Friday, June 30, 2000 at 11:16:45 (PDT)
Great Site. Send e-mails when you have some good deals.
Barb Wegner <>
Sheboygan, WI USA - Saturday, June 24, 2000 at 16:06:43 (PDT)
I desire to aquire many examples of your rubber stempel. Is it now a possibility to have the stempel kunst sent to the Germany??
Joachim Uwe Haarhaus
Bergedorf, Germany - Saturday, June 24, 2000 at 15:52:52 (PDT)

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