Monday, May 26, 2014
Stylin Men of 100 Proof Press
Here's a set of 4 funky ATC's guest artist Joy Holder Northrop collaged and stamped up. I love the creativity and wit. These are some seriously funky hip dudes. Just brilliant!
Stamps Used: chain, air filter face
Stamps Used: Small Poe, Nevermore
Stamps Used: Tattoo Dude, heart (from Hello)
Stamps Used: Geodesic Shape, Albert with pipe, and brilliant
I don't know about you, but these ATCs really make me want to make some of my own collaged-men. Stay tuned the ladies are next in the creative collage lineup!
Friday, September 20, 2013
A Raven Pocket - Stamping on Fabric
I get asked a lot if you can stamp on fabric. And unfortunately it's not a simple yes or no answer it depends on a lot of things; the image, how much detail you need, the ink used, the fabric you are stamping on, and the surface. This is an example of a large image, The Large Raven, and "Nevermore." stamped with Jet Black stAzon, on muslin fabric. As you can see not all of the detail was captured onto the fabric, but the overall outcome is pretty spiffy.
This is was a quick little project my sister and I worked on before our local parade - you wouldn't believe how much candy fit into that pocket! This may not answer all of your fabric-stamping questions, but it gives you an idea of one project idea that combines sewing with stamping!
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
New Stamps by Talk2Trees
New stamps are in the shop! I do have the 2013 supplement ready, but I'm still working on getting them all uploaded onto the website. But I have a new collection and I just couldn't wait to share these images, so I got them ready first. All of these are on the site now.
To create these stamps I got to work an amazing Etsy artist, Rachel, of Tree Talker Art. I was very drawn to her creative imagery and asker her if she wanted to design a line of rubber stamps for 100 Proof Press, and she said yes! I encourage you to stop by her shop and take a tour through her artwork and imagination. You can also follow her on Facebook. I had a lot of fun working with her, and I hope you like the stamps!
This is a sample card I made with the Mama and Baby Raccoon. The new supplement has quite few new "word" stamps that will be card-maker friendly. I hope you share this excitement with me, and I can't wait to see what you do with the new images!
Monday, June 17, 2013
Stamped Feather Cards
I've noticed that feather stamps have been flying out the door lately, so I'm going to share two simple feather cards you can stamp up - one uses the small feather, and the other one, the favorite feather. On the first card Teresa Abajo stamped a rainbow of small feathers using 10 different distress ink colors, wrapped the card with twine, and added a simple, but meaningful sentiment. This card will surely bring some cheer to the recipient.
And here is a card by Jennifer Ingle, she has used the large (favorite) feather to create a "feathered thanks." She stamped the feather with a deep peach color and embossed the tips with a lavender embossing powder from Stampendous. She added a sticker to finish the card.
Thanks for stopping by today - What would your feather card say?
Friday, November 30, 2012
Tag You're It! A Rubber Stamp Contest
We're having a little contest:
* Create a Tag using 100 Proof Press Images
*Post it on our Facebook Page
*Boom - you're entered to win $20 worth of 100 Proof Press goodies!
The tag can be any shape or size, any theme, as long as you use 100 Proof Press rubber stamps and post by December 31st, 2012 you're entered to win. Have fun!
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
It's Canning & Stamping Time
It's that time of year when if you grow tomomatoes you have more fruits then you know what to do with. We have been slicing and dicing and canning salsa, salsa, and more salsa. Design team member, Alexa Lett, knew just what to do with the mason jar stamp. This is a mixed media piece is designed around the jar that incorporates a lovely vintage-handmade feel. I like the way she used the old pages of a book for a canvas, and the free-motion stitching ties it all together. And of course, you have to love the little heart in the jar - what would you put in mason jar?
Mixed-Media Piece by Alexa Lett
My dad can't stop wondering why it's called canning, and not jarring. Anyone?
Friday, August 24, 2012
New Halloween Stamp and Food Stamp-Art Needed
Happy Friday Everyone. Fall is slowly creeping up on us and it's almost Halloween time. Did you see our Pumpkin Kids Parade stamp in the newsletter this week? We now have a new Halloween Trick or Treat Silhouette Stamp, perfect for card-making and Halloween invitations.
Rubber Stamp Madness has a call for "Incredible Edibles." Stamp up your best food art work and send it to RSM for consideration by September 10th, you can visit their site for more details. Need some food stamps? We have enough food stamps to accommodate any stamper's diet. You can visit the stamper's grocery here - we'd love to see 100 Proof Press represented.
Next month we are hosting the first ever blog hop! I hope you join us, stay tuned to this blog for more details, or subscribe to our newsletter by entering your e-mail address at the top of this page next to the Sharp Owl.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
100 Proof Press Will be at Stampaway USA 2012!
The famous rubber stamp convention in Cincinnati, Ohio, Stampaway, will be celebrating its' 20th anniversary this summer. The convention dates are August 3rd and August 4th - and 100 Proof Press will be there! We are getting in gear already.
Since our image selection is so extensive we are not able to bring all of our images with us. But if you are going to visit us in Cincinnati, and know of particular stamps you would like us to bring, please e-mail your special requests to email@example.com .
Our new website is up and running, however we are still working on getting all of the bugs worked out. If you are having trouble viewing our online shop, I would suggest you change your browser (we are having issues with Internet Explorer, but Firefox does work). We are aware of this inconvenience and we are working to get this taken care of. We truly appreciate your patience and look forward to improving our website upgrade so your 100 Proof Press online shopping experience will only get better. We are always here to answer questions and help you out. The best way to contact us is through e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .