Poetic Portraits Stamps Are Here!

Poetic Portrait Stamp Collection

from Stampington & Co

The Shoppe at Somerset
Poetic Portraits
by Pam Carriker

Awaken your muse with our newest collection of cling mount stamps by Pam Carriker – reflections of her

own hand drawings and carved images originally featured in Somerset Studio! Transform these distinctive

portraits, reminiscent of a Shakespearean cast of characters, in your next paper crafting, art journaling,

and mixed-media creations with a dab of paint, intricate lettering or personal musings, and the addition of any

materials of your choosing. Lovers of handmade, make your mark with Pam Carriker’s debut stamp line to infuse

your own signature style.

Meet the Man
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Heart on a String
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Beatrice
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Meet the Man
3 x 4″
$9.95
$9.95
Beatrice
3 x 4″
$9.95
Send in the Clown
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Viola
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1-2-3
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$9.95
Viola
3 x 4″
$9.95
1-2-3
3 x 4″
$9.95
Lady Macbeth
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Ophelia
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Desdemona
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Lady Macbeth
3 x 4″
$9.95
Ophelia
3 x 4″
$9.95
Desdemona
3 x 4″
$9.95
Cordelia
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Rosalind
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Cordelia
3 x 4″
$9.95
Rosalind
3 x 4″
$9.95

I’m so thrilled to announce that my new stamp Poetic Portraits line from Stampington is now available for pre-order! And at a 10 % discount!! (to be taken off the prices shown here)

A couple of weeks ago I was able to visit Stampington & Co while in CA, with my friend Joanne Sharpe. Let me tell you, the talking, brainstorming and wonderful ideas for artistic pursuits that ensued would make your head spin! So amazing to hang out with others interested in art to the degree that you are.

I spied my book keeping company with the love Rice Freeman Zachery’s book at the Shoppe at Somerset

And we got to take a tour of the shop where all of the stamps are made…here…in the USA…by one man…Darryl Groves

Who cooks

(these are some of Dina Wakely’s new line!)

hand cuts (looks like he may work out in between;-)

and packages each stamp!

The attention to detail is personal to him and he obviously takes great pride in his work. It makes me very proud to say my stamps are Made in America and I’m in awe that this one man handles the whole process!

Here’s a little video from Stampington & Co about how the stamps are made

5 responses

  1. Oh my . . . I love Beatrice, Desdemona, and Lady MacBeth. They are all so lovely but those I think are my fav. I’m at Stampington often picking up or dropping off projects. Just may have to do some shopping in the Somerset Shoppe. Congrats!

  2. Hi Pam, this is so exciting and I’m thrilled with your new stamps. Can’t wait to order and use them in my art!

  3. Congratulations on your lovely new stamp line!
    Now we can all have a small piece of you in our art journals:)
    It’s so nice that they are manufactured here in the USA.

All comments are read and greatly appreciated!

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