Tuesday, October 25, 2011

A Bearded Lady, A Tightrope Walker, A Flying Pig...

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...
flying pig!
If you would like to enter your stamp art featuring 100 Proof Press images, you can find details on our website.   The deadline for the next group of entries is December 31st.  You can win up to $100.00 in rubber!  Please share the contest with as many stampers as you know - I'm looking forward to seeing more art!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

100 Proof Press DT gets spooky.

I have some fun, spooky creations made with 100 Proof Press stamps.

Gerri Herbst, puts you under a spell with this vintage cutie.
Visit Gerri's blog for more artful creations.
Jennifer used the *new* toomstone cancellation stamp on this spooky, yet beautiful card.
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.
I hope you have enjoyed our spooky creations, and if you have some fun Halloween creations, I would love to see them!

Monday, October 3, 2011

First Place, a stamped mug by Beth

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!).