Hello, my crafty friends, it’s my favorite Tuesday of the month because today I have the opportunity to share some amazing products that you will find on the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo show floor. I am very excited to share a peek at some of the treasures that you will find in the Rubbernecker Stamps booth. This booth never ceases to amaze me, they are always adding new and exciting products to enhance our creativity. Not only do they have a huge selection of stamps and dies but they often have several guest designers at the booth.
If you plan on attending our Schaumburg show next weekend, August 16th & 17th, rumor has it that you will be seeing both Ken Oliver and Kitti Caracciolo at the booth! I’m sure Ken will be sharing the magic of his Color Burst collections and stencil brushes along with some other surprises, and that Kitti will be sharing her gift for creating some beautiful scenes using dies, stamps and a variety of inks. This is one booth you will want to plan on spending some quality time at!
Rubbernecker Stamps has been in business since 1993 bringing high-quality red rubber die images to stampers. They have been a constant source of inspiration and continue to provide a quality product. All of their stamps are produced in red rubber and mounted on smart cling cushion for use on acrylic blocks. In 2017 they introduced coordinating dies for their rubber stamps along with clear polymer stamps. All of the rubber stamps, die cuts, and clear polymer stamps are made in the USA. You’ll be happy to know that they always stand behind the quality of the images and guarantee your satisfaction. If there is ever a problem with any of their images, they will immediately replace it or refund your purchase. What’s not to love? High quality at great prices guaranteed!
I love seeing all the beautiful displays – talk about inspiration at it’s finest!
Creativity Center project
Rubbernecker Stamps has been a long-time supporter of the Creativity Center, so I thought you might enjoy seeing a peek at the project that you will be making this fall. A few of the tools that you will be experiencing are the new Fall Leaf Background Stamp, 3 Maples Leaves die set, Nested Rectangles, and the Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting System by Crafters’ Edge. We will also be creating some very cool backgrounds using the new Claire Versa Fine Inks and Ken Oliver stencil brushes. Here is a peek of the card you will be making at the Creativity Center! We change the background stamp to incorporate the new Fall Leaf Background stamp and I’m sure you’ll love it, so be sure to stop by the booth.
Kitti is in the middle surrounded by her creative peeps. She is always happy to share some serious inspiration during the show so be sure to stop by the Rubbernecker booth and check it out. You will be in awe when you see her in action.
Kitti is the Queen of creating gorgeous scenes using dies and stamps; click here if you’d like to see how easily this beautiful Autumn scene comes together.
Since fall is right around the corner I thought you might enjoy these sweet autumn-themed cards that Kitti created using Rubbernecker stamps and die sets.
Yes, you heard me correctly, Ken will be at the Rubbernecker booth at our Schaumberg show next weekend, so be sure to stop by and say hello! Be prepared to fall in love with his line of Colorburst, stencil brushes, and lots of other must-have supplies.
As you can see there is a lot going on at the shows but if you are unable to make it to a show soon, you can also keep in touch with Rubbernecker Stamps on the following social media sites:
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing a peek at what you will find in the Rubbernecker Stamps booth. Our shows are in full swing now and you know what that means – it’s time to start planning that much needed weekend away with your creative peeps. Click here and I will be happy to escort you over to our website so you can check out our show schedule. With this many shows around the nation, the question is not what show you should attend, but rather how many shows you can attend.
I look forward to seeing you soon. I’ll meet you at the Creativity Center!
Hugs to all, Lorraine