Red Castle - Emblems Plate 2 - Unmounted Full Sheet - Rubber Art Stamps
Red Castle - Emblems Plate 2 - Rubber Art Stamps (approx. size varies)
Twenty emblems fill this full sheet of deep etched red rubber stamps. Nineteen measure 1.5", one is only an inch. Designs range from holly and berries, dish garden, and leaves to a dragon, peacock, eagle, and octopus.
About Red Castle:
We're very proud to be able to bring you these unique and amazing stamp sheets from Red Castle, Inc.!
These sheets are available exclusively at The Queen's Ink. Quantities are limited. There are 60 individual collections and only 2 or 3 sheets left on the planet for many of them and they will be sold first-come, first-served.
For those of you who are longtime stampers, the name and quality of Red Castle will be familiar. For everyone else, let us introduce you:
Red Castle stamps are sold only by the full sheet. They are extremely deep etched red rubber with subject matter ranging from antique images of cats, leaves, and vases to classic art, the Gibson Girls, canaries, alphabets, snowflakes, dominoes, textures, prayerful expressions, and more.
Sheets can be mounted on cling foam before trimming or they can be trimmed and used with nothing on the back, temporarily mounted on acrylic blocks that have low-tack double-sided tape on one side (on the blocks, not on the stamps). With that second option, stamps can be removed and immersed in water for clean-up. The new Stamp Platform from Tim Holtz works perfect with these stamps!
We will be gradually adding the sheets until all 60 are on line. So check back often so you don’t miss out. We will have them for sale in our shop as well.
It bears repeating: Quantities are limited!
Priced at just $29.00 per full sheet, this is a bargain you won't want to miss. And when they're gone, they will not return - this is a once in a lifetime opportunity!
We're bringing in super sharp blunt-pointed KAI scissors to make trimming the stamps a snap, and we've got cling foam and acrylic blocks, too.
Look for project ideas by Nancy Sheads and Judi Kauffman on The Queen's Inkling blog. Get your inks and markers ready and let the fun begin!