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Featured Vendor Designs for the Rubber Cafe

As you wait with bated breath, here, at last, are the final designs for The Rubber Cafe.  These samples are designed by Bea Rosenleaf. The stamps names and item numbers are forthcoming, but these samples are too fabulous to keep from you any longer!

You can find The Rubber Cafe's website at:  http://rubbercafe.com.

The first sample is a 6" x 6" card depicting a Congo dancer.


The second photo shows two samples of domino jewelry. Bea created the pin with Alcohol inks on the background and Sharpie markers on the woman. For the pendant, she used Sharpie markers on the background. Then she stamped the woman dancer on shrink plastic and colored it with shimmery chalks before shrinking it in the oven. She finished the piece with microbeads (attached with clear dimensional glaze.)  She polished off the edges of both pieces with Gold Leafing pen by Krylon.

The last photo is a woman dancer stamped on glossy cardstock and colored with Sharpie markers.

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6 Responses »

  1. Thanks so much, Michael!


  2. WOW, these are great Bea. Beautiful work.

  3. Hi Sharon -

    If you are referring to purchasing stamps from The Rubber Cafe, just visit their website. All the stamps shown in our featured samples are available for purchase. Their shopping cart is not up and running yet, but you can contact Melissa - her contact information is on the site - and she will help you out. The link to the site is in this post, or on the home page - just click the ad.


  4. How and when can I buy these, please????

  5. Hi ltg!

    We apologize for the oversight! I have edited the post to include a link to The Rubber Cafe. If it does not work, please let me know. You can also find a link to their site on the home page. Just click on their ad.

    If there are other suggestions you have for improving Stamper's Quest, please let us know!


  6. Sure would be nice if you would make the references to your featured vendor links that opened the vendor's website in another tab/window.