|Rubber Stamping Supplies: Categories
|What are art rubber stamps and what is rubber stamping?
Rubber stamps come in several flavors, business rubber stamps (for return addresses, labels,
dates, etc) music chord stamps (for diagramming chords) and art rubber stamps for making art.
Rubber stamp art can be made with paper cards, envelopes, scrapbooks, journals and similar media.
Rubber stamping is an art form. As a painter uses brushes and paints, a rubber stamp artist uses
art rubber stamps, ink, embellishments and other items for their chosen media. These tools are their
means for creative expression.
We invite you to explore our online art rubber stamp store and rubber stamp art gallery pages and hope you will
find creative ideas and inspiration here.
|Pet Picture Categories
|Would you like to see your pet pic included? It doesn't
have to be just a dog or cat, we plan to add new pet types as needed!
, attach a copy of the picture (.jpg or .gif)
and include the pet's name, your first name and the state you are from.
Our friendly feathered friends that can be so very entertaining!
Those Fuzzy Feline Critters that we all love so much!!
Our Loyal, Loveable Canine Companions
Mink-like and soft, these curious little guys are a handful, but so loveable!
An aquarium full of fishy friends can be very relaxing and rewarding - as some of these stampers/scrappers have shared with us!
Hamsters, Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas (3)
The friendly little rodents that are soft and so fun! Not only are they downright amusing, but great pets for children and adults alike.
Believe it or not, I used to have a 4-H rabbit busines when I was about 12 - Mindy's Bunny Barn! I LOVE rabbits, and many of my customers do too!
Rats are loyal, friendly and playful, and love human attention. In fact, they can be trained, and with some patience are able to learn their names and some commands. Many rat lovers compare them to very small dogs!
Our Smooth, Slippery and Scaly friends. Yes, believe it or not, there are stampers out there who also have reptilian members of their family!
Yes, believe it or not, people DO have skunks as pets. And - I have been told they make GREAT pets. Of course - scent glands have been removed! :-)