|Visit Tracy's Blog for more fun projects with The Handsome Hares|
Monday, February 20, 2012
We have started to get ready for some stamp shows! Where do you ask - we will be at Heirloom's Indianapolis Rubber Stamp & Paper Arts Festival March 3rd and 4th. This will be our first time there, and we are very excited. I'm pretty sure we'll be bringing along the large handsome hares (they didn't make it to the last show). Speaking of the Handsome Hares, here's a lovely piece from our Design Team member, Tracy Evans.
Be on the look out for more updates on our whereabouts, as well as the contest results.
Posted by 100 Proof Press at 10:31 AM
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
My son stamped up his Valentine's Day cards for his classmates, so if it looks like these cards were made by a 5 year old, it's because they are!
I also got out one of our best selling stamps, the anatomical heart and embossed them up for a bouquet for my Valentine.
|A Dozen Anatomical Hearts|
Have a happy Valentine's Day!
Posted by 100 Proof Press at 10:08 AM
Monday, January 23, 2012
Valentine's Day has the power to turn non-avid crafters into card makers. Love sparks inspirations and leads to wonderful hand-stamped creations right from the heart. Can you think of a better way to say "I love you."? I hope you enjoy this creative sampling of Valentines using 100 Proof Press rubber stamps.
|Gladys used the Gibson Girl Heart in this cheery card.|
|Jennifer pressed out several "fancy hearts" on this card|
|T.S.T. used a not so Valentine's image to make a punny Valentine|
|Gerrie offers hugs with the Big Cutie Baby|
My son and I just got done making 25 Valentine's for his classmates. He also choose to use the fancy heart. I would love to see your Valentine's Day cards. Please feel free to share them on Facebook. And if you haven't started yet, don't worry, there's still time to get pressin.
Thursday, December 22, 2011
It is now time for you to get your 100 Proof Press art in the mail for the Press it Out! contest. Any theme, any medium, but we must have your entries by December 31st. This is your chance for you to create art, and maybe even win a prize.
So stamp something up, slap some postage on it, and send it to this address:
100 Proof Press
PO BOX 621
St. Paris, OHIO 43072
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Presenting the 100 Proof Press Circus!
... and the grand prize winner! Pamela Entrikin won the grand prize for the Press It Out! Contest with her very intricate stamp art circus. This piece has four different scenes featuring over twenty 100 Proof Press images. Congrats Pamela, and thank you so much for entering your artwork.
|walkin on a tightrope|
|come one, come all!|
|i'm pretty sure this lovely lady's skirt was made with wings...|
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
I have some fun, spooky creations made with 100 Proof Press stamps.
Jennifer used the *new* toomstone cancellation stamp on this spooky, yet beautiful card.
I hope you have enjoyed our spooky creations, and if you have some fun Halloween creations, I would love to see them!
Gerri Herbst, puts you under a spell with this vintage cutie.
|Visit Gerri's blog for more artful creations.|
|For more details on this card, visit Jennifer's blog.|
Tracy Evan's used 100 Proof Press's skull and other stamps on this chunky ATC.
|You should stop by Tracy's blog to check out this creation in its' entirety.|
I also took a bit of time to play with stamps. How could I not, it is Halloween!
|If you're interested, there is a personal story behind this particular stamp image over on my personal blog.|
Monday, October 3, 2011
This is the First place entry for the Press it Out! Contest. I just love useable art. and Useable stamped art, even better. This piece was created by Beth from EATonPottery. It's playful, fun, and functional. Stop by her shop to see what she created with some of her winnings!
I would love to see more entries in the next round of the contest, I hope the winners are inspiring you to Press it Out! (AND send it in!).
Posted by 100 Proof Press at 4:26 PM