Dee Gruenig's Rubber Stamp Treasury: Original Ideas for Creative Stationery, Party Paper & Gift Wraps

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Sterling Pub., 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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A picture's worth a thousand words -- but a picture on a page colorfully decorated by the latest in rubber stamps is worth a million! Stamps can make it so easy to add frames, imaginative details, and clever motifs. They'll turn a plain piece of paper into a personalized calendar or embellish thin slats of balsa to make attractive "wooden postcards." And, if you've got lots of pictures to frame, make it a triple play -- with a triple window frame card. One suggestion: place your pictures inside three portholes, and then continue the ocean theme with stamped fish and sponged-on "water." You'll cherish these brilliant ideas and use them again and again!

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About the author (1999)

Dee Gruenig is a rubber-stamp artist who received an M.A. in art education from Stanford University. In 1984, she opened Posh Presents, a rubber-stamp store, in Laguna Nigel, California. Following the store's success, she opened a second store in Brea, California in 1992. In 1995 she relocated her first store to Irvine, California. She has become known as the "queen of rubber-stamping," appearing at conventions and on television shows such as Handmade by Design and ABC's Home Show. She has written several books, including Stunning Stamping Techniques: 26 Terrific New Techniques for Rubber Stamping Projects (1995), The Great Rubber Stamp Book: Designing Making Using (1996), and Decorating Scrapbooks With Rubber Stamps (1998).

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