May 12 2010

Rubber Soul/Wordsworth Stamps

Simplify.  That’s what it’s all about — to make things more simple. 


Life gets crazy, time is at a premium — I know most of you experience the same thing.  And in my effort to simplify I’ve decided to add a line of stamps to The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store that will help me, and you, make creating simple cards an absolute breeze.  I’d like to introduce you to the Rubber Soul/Wordsworth line of stamps that I’ve specifically selected with *Stamping Simply* in mind. 

Here’s a few cards that I whipped up in just a couple minutes, all made using the set called Rose Border – take a look:


These are all standard A-2 sized cards, using just black and white cardstock and my favorite black ink for crisp images, VersaFine Onyx Black.


The only embellishment on these cards are the 2 Kaiser Pearls in the rose centers.  It is amazing how those two tiny pearls just brought that black and white bouquet to life!


The last 2 cards have the focal image popped up with a dimensional foam product.  So that’s it — 3 simply stamped cards.  I didn’t have to invest an afternoon or evening to make these — just a few minutes — and you know, sometimes that’s just what we need!


These are all the new sets I’ve added to my store.  They aren’t on the store pages yet, just here, but they’ll get there soon.  And if you click on the images, some of them will get bigger for you and easier to read – I’m working on it — LOL!  If interested in any, just email me at [email protected].

I’ll start with 2  clear sets that I was able to get at a special price, and I’m happy to pass that savings on to you:


                                 Messiah (4 x 4) – $7.95      Wedding (4 x 6) – $6.95


The remaining clear sets all measure 4 x 6 and sell for $11.95.

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                                                Rose Border                           I’m So Glad


                                           Life’s Embrace                Women’s Collection

Men's CollectionSnowman Collection

                                         Men’s Collection    Snowman Collection

Life Affirming Everyday Greetings

                                          Life Affirming                 Everyday Greetings

Poetry of the Earth Comfort

                                      Poetry of the Earth                        Comfort

Emerson CollectionHugo Collection

                                      Emerson Collection              Hugo Collection

Twain CollectionDickinson Collection

                                       Twain Collection    Dickinson Collection

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Lincoln Collection          Friends Collection


Heart Sing                       Classic Christmas


Holiday Whimsical             Holiday Stylized


And I also have a few favorite wood mount stamps for you:


Script Merry Christmas – 1.25 x 3.25″ – $8.50 ON SALE – $5.00

Please note:  I have reduced the price of the above stamp.  It stamps beautifully, but the stamp is mounted crooked on the wood block.  Things like that bother me, so I could not in all clear conscience pass it on to you at full price.  SO SORRY, but that’s how it came — it’s a lovely Christmas stamp and I hope you enjoy the reduced pricing!

That same Merry Christmas is available in a CLEAR version.  It is included in the set (scroll up) called Classic Christmas for $11.95.  There are no *issues* with the CLEAR version.



Merry Christmas 2 – 1 x 3.75″ – $7.50



Birthday Blessings – Wood Mount – 2.75 x 3.5″ – $11.50

See samples here and here.


GRADUATION – 2 X 3.25″ – $10.50


TO ACCOMPLISH – 3 X 3.5″ – $11.50


If you are interested in ordering, just email me at [email protected].  Include your state/zip OR country.


Thanks for popping in again!  I truly LOVE your visits!  Thank you SO much.  Next is our weekly Stamp Simply Challenge that will be up late Thursday evening — so we’ll see you then!!!  Have a wonderful day everyone!

65 responses so far

65 Responses to “Rubber Soul/Wordsworth Stamps”

  1. Karen says:

    I’m so glad to see some “simple” cards. Simple is the only way I can get cards made these days! Lovely.

  2. Kathy White says:

    This black and white approach is lovely!! And, sometimes “simple” is the only way to get a card out in a timely manner. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. These are so sweet ….I love the simple of black and white….

  4. Beautiful. I’m also thinking – no reason why the black can’t be replaced with perhaps dark green, burgundy, etc. Thanks for directing us in another direction.

  5. Sharon! You are pure genius (I KNEW you were my idol for a reason)! Your black and white stunning simple cards are AMAZING! Big hugs to you!

  6. nancy littrell says:

    Hi Sharon, I agree it is refreshing to simply our lives at time. I love your B&W simply beautiful cards. BTW, I mailed your dad a card yesterday. Hopefully he is continuing to improve. Love to you all, nancy

  7. ~Mary says:

    Agh!!! ALL of these stamps are “must haves”…. I love them!

  8. Marisa says:

    Lovely selection. Love your personal fav too 😀

  9. jan metcalf says:

    Lots of Wordsworth love there!

  10. Charlette says:

    Sharon, Great idea! The cards are wonderful. Good luck on the new line of stamp sets!

  11. Beautiful Cards Sharon!
    I am so glad that you are bringing in Rubber Soul! I love their stamps because of all their sentiments!
    Good Choice!!

    Thank you for sharing and bringing those in,
    Have a great weekend,
    Blessings to you and more prayers for you Dad!

  12. […] clear stamp set I used is the Women’s Collection by Wordsworth, selling for $11.95.  I just brought in 17 sets by Rubber Soul/Wordsworth to fill my […]

  13. […] terminal situation.  A hard card to make, for sure.  I thought this sentiment from the clear set by Wordsworth called Comfort would be just perfect.  This is a set I know I’ll get a lot of use from, both for cards of […]

  14. […] Afternoon Thrift Shop Kit.    The small bow was made on the Bow Easy.  The sentiment is from I’m So Glad by Wordsworth.   Ink used is VersaFine Onyx Black. All items are available in The Stamp Simply […]

  15. […] *Cleary Wordsworth Emerson Collection from Stamp Simply Ribbon Store; Studio 490 Ticket to Art by Stampers Anonymous from eclectic […]

  16. […] used a Rubber Soul set I have in stock called Wedding.  It can be seen on this page along with all the other sets I have by Rubber Soul/Wordsworth. This […]

  17. […] Rubber Soul/Wordsworth Clear Stamps I have available can be seen on this page. […]

  18. […] Greetings clear set by Wordsworth can be seen on this post, along with all the other Wordsworth sets I carry.  The Rose Border that has been sold out for the […]

  19. » Frame It! says:

    […] and the middle of the butterfly is also part of an earring. The sentiment is from one of my new Wordsworth Remembering sets. This little frame was just too much fun to work […]

  20. […] Wordsworth has some GREAT sentiment sets and I love having a good variety of sentiments on hand.  The Wordsworth sets I carry can be seen on this post.  I used my favorite ink for crisp, dark sentiments — VersaFine Onyx […]

  21. […] I used a sheet from a Webster’s Pages 6×6 Pad I just got in stock – it’s a triple pack collection — Seaside Retreat, Garden Gala & Nature’s Storybook.  I LOVE these Webster’s pages Petite Papers.  So fun and easy to work with and I love the size of the print/pattern!  I followed the sketch, but didn’t want to cut off any my sheet of paper, so I decided to go with a 6×6 display piece. I adhered my 6×6 sheet to the chipboard backing piece that comes in the paper pack – perfect!!!  Way down I’ll show how I made it so it stands.  I accented with die cut corners made from the Cuttlebug Vintage Dies and Kaiser Pearls and I used Versa Fine Vintage Sepia Ink.  The sentiment is from a set by Wordsworth – Remembering Victor Hugo.  All the Wordworth sets I have in stock can be seen here. […]

  22. […] used this Birthday Blessings Stampbefore on cards with similar layouts.  Honestly, I could sit and make 20 of these cards, just […]

  23. […] so here’s my card.  I’ve had this in mind since I saw the set (Wordsworth Remembering – Poetry of the […]

  24. […] stamp set is another Wordsworth Remembering, Life Affirming.  I stamped the flowers in the background using Old Paper and then the sentiment […]

  25. […] card today is another one using my new Webster’s Pages and Wordsworth Remembering stamps.  I absolutely LOVE this sentiment and I actually do love […]

  26. […] Wordsworth Remembering – Poetry of the Earth from Stamp Simply Ribbon […]

  27. […] is in the set Famous Women’s Collection by Wordsworth.  I have plenty available at $11.95.  It can be seen on this post with all other sets I have available by Rubber Soul/Wordsworth.  Ink used is VersaFine Onyx Black – great for crisp, dark […]

  28. […] All Wordsworth sets I have in stock can be seen here. […]

  29. […] And for my card today I chose to use one of the clear sets by Wordsworth.  I brought in this line of stamps specifically for all the great sentiments they contain, worthy of serving as a focal image on projects.  You can see all the Wordsworth sets I have in stock here. […]

  30. Shirley N says:

    I love these cards, simple but soooo elegant!!!

  31. […] You can see all my Wordsworth stamps here. […]

  32. […] Rubbersoul/Wordsworth Remembering Famous Men from Stamp Simply Ribbon Store; Stampers Anonymous Studio 490 – Ticket to Art from […]

  33. […] Stamps:  Wordsworth – Everyday Greetings and Women’s Collection […]

  34. […] Emerson Collection by Wordsworth (house is paper […]

  35. […] Ivory Silk is on the buttons).  My bow was made with the Bow Easy.  The sentiment is from the Lincoln Collection by Wordsworth, cut on my Labels 4 Nestie and accented with Kaiser Rhinestones. VersaFine Onyx Black Ink was […]

  36. […] Assorted Leaves dies.  LOVE the veining on these dies!  My Bless You is from a Wordsworth set, Everyday Greetings, cut on a Circle Nestie.  FUN card to […]

  37. […] The Wordsworth Stamp sets can be seen on this post. […]

  38. […] We all love those *special* sheets!!! My stamped sentiment is from Rose Border by Wordsworth.  You can see all my Wordsworth stamp sets here.  It was stamped in VersaFine Onyx Black […]

  39. […] can see stamps I carry by Wordsworth here, by Verve here, and I do carry the full line of JustRite […]

  40. […] bottom is hard to see, but to me it looks like vintage handwriting, that’s why I liked it!  It is by Wordsworth and you can see it on this post, down on the bottom.  It’s a wood mount rubber stamp for $7.50.  I have plenty in stock.    My bow is the Antique […]

  41. Pat Schwartz says:

    Very nice card designs..clean, simple. Love the stamps sayings. The font is gorgeous and so versitile.

  42. […] You can view Wordsworth stamps here. […]

  43. […] You can view Wordsworth stamps here. […]

  44. […] You can view Wordsworth stamps here. […]

  45. […] sentiment is Merry Christmas TWO by Wordsworth for $7.50.  All Wordsworth stamps in stock can be seen on this post.  The ink used is VersaFine Onyx Black, my favorite for crisp, clear images and […]

  46. […] You can view Wordsworth stamps here. […]

  47. […] You can view Wordsworth stamps here. […]

  48. […] You can view Wordsworth stamps here. […]

  49. […] illustration board.  For this one everything is made from GrungePaper and the sentiment is from Wordsworth Remembering Famous […]

  50. […] You can view Wordsworth stamps here. […]

  51. where is the Remembering Famous Women set from Wordsworth…I cannot seem to find it on your site…

  52. […] No Time To Stamp? » Rubber Soul/Wordsworth StampsMay 12, 2010 … I’d like to introduce you to the Rubber Soul/Wordsworth line of stamps that I’ve specifically selected with *Stamping Simply* in mind. Here’s a … […]

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