Shop for UN-mounted Stamps, Digital Images, Art Coloring Cards & Books
Just the rubber or polymer – no cushion, no wood. Preferred by many stampers & crafters. Plus downloadable digi-stamping, clip-art, inks, special purchases, and coloring
Shop For Mounted Stamps & Celtic Jewelry
Deep-etched red rubber mounted on cushion and Eastern Hard Maplewood. Available from our sister-shop Triskelt, who also offers beautiful Celtic jewelry – Wood has been unavailable due to the coronavirus. We hope to be offering mounted stamps again soon. Thank you!
Always a Journey, Never a Destination
Who would have guessed rubber stamps could change a life.
Every day is a step in your journey if you allow it, if you allow your awareness of it.
In 1996 I went to a rubber stamp convention because of a suggestion and out of curiosity, and it changed the course of my history and life. I took that fork in the road and here I am. This rubber stamp company and I still have each other. My art has traveled to over 20 countries in the world.
- When did you discover rubber stamping?
- How has this art/craft changed your life?
- What other tools of art have you added to your creative life?
Somehow your artsy crafty journey brought you here. Thank you!
Please join the conversation and share your stamp art on the Highlander Facebook Page.
As technology changed so have I needed to change up my web site, which is now in it’s third incarnation. With each build (1999, 2014, and 2018) I’ve abandoned previous blog posts; so what you find here may seem a bit bare, a little limited; but you will find the best, most fully formed and useful posts as the months progress. Also check out the FAQ for answers to your questions.
I wish for my art, thoughts, and offerings to be useful for you, to enhance your creative journey.
I appreciate your presence.
In my other life I create fine art paintings and teach. If that intrigues you please visit my other web site: www.KimVictoria.com
Painting, especially oil painting, is what I love to do most of all. I also love to teach painting.
To learn more about my art please visit www.KimVictoria.com
The Camp Fire destroyed all my art that was still in stock, so now I will create new pieces. Until then, view my previous art.