Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Blog Spotlight: Art Declassified

Here is one awesome company! Art Declassified gets all the credit for converting me to unmounted stamps. Their stamps are real red rubber, high-quality images, and come already mounted on EZ Mount. They are so easy to store in their CD cases, and the case can also be used as a mount for the stamps. Just slap that baby on there, ink it up, and stamp away! I do prefer acrylic mounts, but in a pinch the CD case works great, especially if you have a large stamp inside the case to keep it nice and firm when you stamp the image.

Another cool thing is the images themselves. They are just rockin'! Vintage images converted to rubber, lots of military images from all branches, beautiful flowers, paper clips, swirlies and doo-dads...anything you could possibly want. There are even a few great fonts in the mix.

I am super-thrilled to be an "Artist in Residence" for ADC, which means I get to play to my heart's content with these babies! :)

Vanessa and Karen (see them above), are just great people--down to earth and fun, and so creative. The booth at CHA was the place to be -- decorated with hundreds of tags made by the other Artists in Residence.

Here's some more eye candy from the ADC booth at CHA, plus my mug shot with K&V :D

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