I am thrilled, excited, heady, giddy, beside myself......to be able to bring
you stamps from my most favorite line of stamps,
A gal by the name of Ginny Carter originally created this line and she had a wonderful stamp store located
in Cleveland, Ohio. She got married several years ago and closed her store, sold this wonderful stamp line to Art Gone
Wild and she moved to California.
We still get to enjoy this artfully delicious line of stamps!
All the stamps are wood mounted. There are no unmounted stamps available in this line.
Although I am discontinuing this line as they sell out, I still have some of the samples up- just cause you might like to
see different ideas.
|Sample by Mfg, -Stamper's Anonymous
|Sample by Tim Holtz, Stamper's Anonymous
|Mfg Card Sample using Mona
The Journey Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp~This stamp measures approx. 2 3/4" wide and approx. 5/16" high
(this is how high the letters are). It is one of my favorites from Stampers Anonymous- the saying goes on just about
any project. $5.00
I stamped & embossed "The Journey" stamp on this thrift store tin after it was gessoed. This is
a wonderful way to add storage to your craft room and showcase all of your Stamper's Anonymous rubber stamps. You have
4 sides and the top of the tin to play with...have fun!
This is an ATC card featuring the fleur de lis stamp from above. The paper is 7 Gypsies
and basically just stamped it on the pretty paper- how easy is that! Pretty too- except I didn't get it centered very
well for the scan...oops.
I stamped the Tuscan Village stamp on glossy paper and used Fresco chalk inks and my paintbrush to color in the color
I used glossy cardstock and using a small brayer, brayered color over it with Big & Juicy Spice ink. I brayered
it vertically and horizontally. Then I stamped it using Ranger Archival Ink, Jet Black to stamp. This is a great
ink because it dries quickly and waterproof- although on glossy, especially if you live in a humid area, you can give it a
little help by drying with a heat gun. I then painted in the buildings and countryside using Fresco chalk inks and a
Riveted Heart Wood Mounted Stamp~This stamp would be great in many applications. I think
you could use it with polymer clay, especially like a metal look clay, silver, copper or gold or combo of the 3, stamping
on the clay and accenting the little bolts and sectioned areas. I also think it would look nice stamped on a metal sheet
and worked around or great on paper, books, precious metal jewelry clay- the possibilities are endless. The heart
measures approx. 2 1/8" at its widest and approx. 2 1/4" high. It would also be cool on red valentine like fabric and
back with some fusing and make a pin. Well, the rest of the work, ideas and inspiration are up to you.
Loyalty Love Friendship Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp~Another versatile stamp from Stamper's Anonymous.
You can use the top of the stamp in colloage- kind of looks a bit like a ruler, the hands, crown, loyalty love friendship
banner at the bottom, etc. This stamp measures approx. 3 7/8" wide at its widest and approx. 3 1/4" high.
Great for scrapbooks whether it is a family member or friend page. Check out the wonderful design above the hands, a
bit like a wrought iron heart, and has numbers around it along with intertwined leaves too. So much to really look at
on this stamp. Add a paper crown or a brass charm crown from our great selection of brass charms. Many possibilities
and I like that it is not a stamp that you see everywhere or endless reworks of the same stamp- a unique addition to your
Ruler Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp~This is a large stamp but it is not done to scale. The die part
on the wood measures approx. 6 3/4" long and approx. 7/8" high. The actual "inch" measurements on the stamp are actually
about 1 1/2" wide. I like numbers so rulers and things like that have a real draw for me. I would stamp this on
ribbon or cotton twill, thin metal, faded or marred fabric-or nice fabric-maybe muslin and tea dye it, great for kids pages
on a scrapbook- stamp on the side of the picture- like the height charts many people use for their kids growth. I would
definitely use it with polymer clay too. Stamp it, cut each section apart and re-assemble together again with little
spaces for some added design, make a kind of frame for another stamp or picture by stamping it vertically and then horizontally
across the bottom- like a reverse "L" shape and add your picture inside the "L" part, or stamp it 4 times for a complete frame
surrounding another picture. Again, I like it- versatility plus! Just thought of another- stamp on very nice fabric-
like a muslin and back it with fusing, color it very colorful, monotone or to your liking, then punch the bottom of the fabric,
add some brass charms or a ruler charm (we have that) and put a jump ring on each end of the fabric and attach some chain
or ribbon and use as a funky necklace.
|Corrine's Leather Gear Face Book
The gear brass charms can be found on this page
Time Flies~This stamp measures 3 3/4" wide & 2 1/4" high- this is the measurement of the rubber
and not the wood. You can use part with just the cool clock or angel wings or numerals. Very cool!
|Mfg Card Sample using Time Flies & Artful Mosaic
Angel of Time Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp~I see this one with gears in the circles and possibly some watch
parts. I think it would look great in polymer clay and especially as a pin and cut it off right below the large circle.
If you like to color you can have a good time with this one. The rubber on the stamp measures approx. 4" high and Approx.
2 1/8" at its widest at the wings.
Although this card is not made from stamps sold on this page, I just wanted to share the idea with you. All these
stamps have wonderful parts on them that you could stamp multiple stamps, multiple times and then cut them up into a mosaic
for a card. You could make many cards this way- all unique and one of a kind by just scrambling the parts of the stamps
cut up. You can use different color inks to stamp for variety and the black and white shown is always classy- add a
dab of red with a brad, ribbon, rhinestone, etc and you have a timeless piece. Great idea for swaps where you have to
make many cards at one time.