Unleash your creativity with stamping.

I like words and the history of words. I like looking up words in the dictionary, especially old dictionaries. I wanted to tell everyone about our new stamps we have, which I LOVE! So, of course I looked up “stamping” in the dictionary.

Stamping present participle of stamp (verb)

1. Bring down (one's foot) heavily on the ground or on something on the ground.

2. Crush, flatten, or remove with a heavy blow from one's feet: "he stamped out the flames before they could grow".

Ok, not quite what I had in mind, but quite expressive, isn’t it? Rubber stamping, is different, instead of a foot you use the rubber stamp. And you don’t have to put it down heavily, in fact you put it down firmly with gentle pressure. And you don’t have to stamp the ground, you can stamp paper, boxes, fabric, glass, wood, your arm. You can scan your stamping images and miraculously use it in your emails. Wow, what a superb idea?