I started out writing essays about why I have chosen to make my catalog free to stampers. Before long I was commenting on some of the things that come up on the stamping lists. After all, since I am new to stamping, I was brazenly doing things stampers weren't supposed to do, like embossing with dye inks.
Then there were those trial by fire hilarious moments which aren't so hilarious as you live them but seem to hysterically funny in the retelling. The dog ate your prize collage because in the thrill of creating you grabbed up a dog biscuit and glued it to your work of art. The baby barfed all over your mother-in-law's birthday card.
So you will find a variety of tales here, from the purely newsy to the painfully familiar trials of all of us who put rubber to paper.
The Joys of Collage
The Ties That Bind
Whiskey Creek's Peel and Play Plates
To COMM or Not to COMM
The Prairie Stamper
Chimney Sweep Stamps
Mounted vs. Unmounted
Ink Pad Revival
Fun Foam Foibles
Whatever Happened to Series 3
Confessions of a Stamp Manufacturer
Techniques for Working with Highly Detailed Stamps
Our Philosophy on Free
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
About Whiskey Creek Stamps (Home Page)
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