AW119B Wonderland Postage Rubber Stamp. One laser cut Art rubber stamp that measures about .1.0 x 1.167 inches.
Why did I use 42¢ on the AW119B Wonderland Postage rubber stamp? Because, Lewis Carroll, who was a mathematician, made repeated use of this number in his writings. Examples of Carroll’s use of 42: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has 42 illustrations. Rule Forty-two in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (“All persons more than a mile high to leave the court”). Therefore I thought it was fitting to include it on the postage stamp.
I made this stamp so I could use it with Calico Collages kits Shabby Alice – these new kits are all about Alice in Wonderland.
See the whole collection of Alice in Wonderland Stamps here.
Watch the live stream from May 31, 2021 where I create a Shabby Alice Junk Journal Live.
Stamps come with cling mount to use with your favorite acrylic block, MISTY or Stamp Platform.
Rubber Stamps are a great way to add accents to projects. Use stamps in junk journals, greeting cards and more. Stamp with your favorite ink.
Allow your creativity to flow by using the AW119B Wonderland Postage Rubber Stamp on Journal Cards, Journals, Greeting Cards and more.
The following videos show ideas on how to use rubber stamps in projects.
Book Pages into Journal Card Tutorial. Using a variety of book pages, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists and stamps I’ll show how to make a beautiful vintage style journal card.
This project is a great way to use up book pages. Adding rubber stamped images alters the look of the book page and allows a lot of creativity. Try changing the color of book pages with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists or even acrylic paint and then see how colorful your art can become.
In this Altered Envelopes Tutorial, I’ll share how to decorate a few envelopes with Stamps, Stencil and scraps of paper. Get out the random envelopes that you have in your stash and play along.
Be inspired to create with the following Beach Themed Journal Cards Tutorial. In this tutorial You will see creative ways to use rubber stamps and ink to make blended journal cards.
The following video is a longer tutorial showing how to use stamps along with stencils to create two mini junk journals.
Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.
Rubber Stamps Created by Linda Israel. Made in Yukon, OK, USA. Stamps are made to order, it may take a few days to get each stamp created as I fill a sheet of rubber in the laser. Please allow up to two weeks for shipping, most of the time it is less.
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