Paper Source Rubber stamping We’ve all been there– standing at the rubber stamping wall, eyes glazed over, pondering what the difference is between all those ink pads and what embossing powders actually even are.

Which is why we’ve created Rookie Rubber Stamping, an all-store workshop designed to explain all the incredible (and easy) things you can do with rubber stamps– enhancing invitations, stationery, favor boxes– really anything! In this technique class, you’ll learn to differentiate between stamp pads, when to use various inks and what papers work best. Plus, you’ll create your own “primer” filled with stamped swatches using our extensive collection of rubber stamps.

After you leave, you’ll be ready to face the rubber stamping wall with the confidence and inspiration to create dozens of new projects. If you’re ready to perform rubber stamping magic, mark your calendar and join us!

WHAT: Rookie Rubber Stamping Workshop
WHERE: All Paper Source stores
WHEN: Thursday, August 20. Times vary, see store for details.
HOW: Visit our workshop page to find your store & purchase your $35 ticket.

Seats are limited so sign up now!

PS colors: chartreuse & pool
Latest fave: Saddle Stitch Notebooks


4 Responses

  1. I’m a huge Paper Source fan! I could use advice on how to clean my rubber stamps. They’re looking pretty gross these days ๐Ÿ™‚

    Plus! Please consider opening a store here in Omaha. We’d love to have you.

  2. liannallama says:

    Wendy–a dirty stamp is a loved stamp, LOL! I only clean mine if I need to go from a dark to a light-colored ink.

  3. I love it! That’s a great point ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. linda says:

    Oh Ladies, hold the presses…we now have just the ticket!

    You will love this new rubber stamp cleaning pad we just got in. You just spritz it with the cleaner (which smells great) or water and rub your stamp back and forth. It gets into all those nooks and crannies which I can never seem to get clean. I recommend that you rub black or dark colors on a paper towel first so you don’t dirty the pad too quickly. We also sell replacements, so when the pad gets really used lovingly, you can pull out the old and simply replace it.

    Hope this helps.
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