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Sweet Grass Stamps at The Rubber Stamp Shack, Day 2

We continue our hike down the trail with our feature for Sweet Grass stamps. Yesterday I told you that The Rubber Stamp Shack is located in Big Timber, Montana.  In spite of its name,  Big Timber has a very small population: only approximately 1800 folks call Big Timber home.

Prairie land borders Big Timber to the north and east sides, while the west and south have gorgeous views of  majestic mountains. Granite Peak, which is the highest peak in Montana stands at 12,799 feet, and is a part of the Absaroka Mountain Range. The Boulder Mountains are to the south, and the Crazy Mountains are to the north of Big Timber. 

Barbara finds inspiration from her beautiful surroundings; be sure to check out her wonderful  images at the Rubber Stamps Shack!

Today we feature stamps from the Men, Christian, Music and Women sections of The Rubber Stamp Shack (Sweet Grass stamps) and the artistic designs of Artistic Guides Shelly Newkirk and Stephanie Loomis.

The following designs are created by Shelly Newkirk:


Man with Big Fish


Hunter and Bird Dog
(Shelly used real pheasant feathers in her design!)


Fisherman Silhouette
Fishing Flies are by Wild Life Enterprises


We Should Not Doubt

And these designs are by Stephanie Loomis:


Lady Outline


Lady Silhouette


Opera Singer, Music Note small, Music Staff 2 & G Clef small


Music Staff 2, Dancers

We have more to share using Barbara's wonderful red rubber Sweet Grass stamps. We'll be back again tomorrow!

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4 Responses »

  1. I will be purchasing a lot of these stamps. The minute I saw the word mounted, I wanted to view the entire site and I was very pleased with the images. Just gotta get over Easter and 2 birthdays this month. lol

  2. Love these samples. Great work ladies!!

  3. The side bar is PearlEx powders and thinned white glue. I usually use Elmers Glue
    When heated with your heat gun it bubbles in the most wonderful ways.
    Warning - this technique is addictive

  4. Nice samples- I especially like Shelly's- "we should not doubt." IS it leafing or metallic paints on the side panel?

    Sue T.