Stamp art is all the rage in the craft and hobby
world. With so many rubber stamps to choose from,
creating adorable stamp art is easier today than ever
before. Stamp art comes in so many styles and designs.
Everything from scrapbook pages to handmade greeting
cards, even plates and baby rooms can be forms of stamp
art. With so many new types of stamp art being created,
there arose a need for ways to "show off" your artist
creations. It wasn't long before the stamping art found
its way into online stamp galleries.
Stamp art galleries on the internet are showing up every
month. There are many ways for the stamp artist to show
off their unique creations and works of art. One way is
the online stamp gallery. There are many websites which
offer the ability to post stamped art projects. Most of
them are very simple to use and free to signup. A good
stamp art gallery will also have the ability for other
stamp artists to leave comments and vote on your
artwork. Having others comment on your stamp projects
can be a great way to get a new idea for your next
stamping day! Despite popular belief, an online stamp
art gallery isn't the only way to display your
artwork...how about framing your stamp art?
Framed stamp art is becoming even more popular these
days. Have a wonderful scrapcard or scrapbooking page?
Why shove it away in an album when you can display it
proudly on a wall for everyone to admire and enjoy.
Framed stamp art is a wonderful personal alternative to
expensive paintings and artwork and you will appreciate
your investment of crafting time being put to long term
exposure. Why not hang some framed stamp art today?
After all, there are many new types of frameable stamp
art today...not just cards and scrapbook pages!
Rubber stamp art at one time consisted of not much
beyond simple scrapbook pages and handmade greeting
cards. Today, rubber stamps are used in many different
types of projects and using many different artistic
mediums. Rubber stamp art in the past used simple
pigment or dye based ink. You'll enjoy how many bazaar
types of stamp art that can be found, from rubber
chicken stamp art using chicken stamps to vintage Eiffel
Tower designs on artist trading cards. Gone are the days
of the artist only using pigment and dye based inks.
Everything from tea dye, watermark ink, markers, solvent
inks, acrylic paint, and even bleach are being used to
create totally unique rubber stamp art projects. You
might be a bit surprised to discover that rubber stamp
art isn't just being made by crafty women!
Traditionally, the stamp artist was a women who had lots
of crafting experience. Today, hundreds of women and men
alike are finding the joy of becoming a stamp artist.
Stamping can be therapeutic for some, while others enjoy
making rubber stamping projects to put a smile on
someone's face. For many stamp artists, the economics of
stamp art play a part in their decision. With
traditional store bought greeting cards costing as much
as four dollars, stamp art and card making make for a
great solution. Oftentimes, the handmade stamped card is
much more appreciated and unique for the recipient. Go
ahead, stamp artist, start your next work of stamping