We’ve all been there: sometimes, it is overwhelming to take part in the holiday-gifting rat race. The long lines, people arguing, a general feeling of grumpiness in every single store. Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a holiday season where all the gifts are taken care of early, leaving you to actually enjoy the holidays with family, friends, and a mug of mulled cider?
Red Handed Rubber Stamps is here to help! This year we are offering gift certificates for sale (in any denomination) for your favorite rubber stamper. Your holiday shopping just became hassle-free.
If you’d like to purchase a gift certificate, follow the simple instructions below:
1: Email Jennie at email@example.com with the following information:
- your name
- name of recipient
- dollar amount of gift certificate
2: I will type up an invoice for your purchase and email the invoice to you, with a total dollar amount for shipping. Payment for all gift certificate orders will be processed via Paypal (instead of the RHR online store) so that I can calculate “the real cost” of shipping. (The Square shopping platform makes it impossible to do this.)
3: Once your payment has cleared, I will send out your gift certificate! You will receive email confirmation that your item is on its way.
Holiday shopping is one step closer to COMPLETED.
Red Handed elves are standing by to answer any questions you may have, so feel free to get in touch. Otherwise, we’ll join you in front of the fireplace with a mug of cider in hand!
With inky fingers and lots of cheer —
Red Handed friends, you’re hearing it here first: on Monday, October 31st at 10:00 a.m. PST, the brand new, extra-spiffy RHR online store will open to the general public. That’s right, stampers: you can buy your stamps online!
I’ve been spending A BUNCH of time away from my studio work desk (and this blog!) and far more time behind a laptop. Not to worry, it’s all for a good cause — a wildly EXCITING cause! I’ve been building an online store for all your RHR shopping adventures!
It’s been a long time coming, but I recently had a hyper-motivating experience (more on that in a future blog post) which convinced me to stop procrastinating and just MAKE THE DAMN WEBSITE. Many of you have asked about an online webstore to make shopping easier, or see the range of RHR products available; with this in mind, the online site features multiple views of each stamp for sale, thorough product descriptions, and features the entire RHR line.
The RHR webstore “officially” opens for business on Monday, October 31st. However, I invite each of you to stop by and browse around! Once our virtual “doors” are open for business on Monday, I hope you’ll find something wacky, wonderful, and delightful to jump start your creativity.
With inky fingers and toes —
PS: here is the web address for the RHR webstore: https://mkt.com/redhandedrubberstamps
Be sure to follow RHR on Instagram for news, surprises, and giveaways!
PPS: the “shop online” page of this blog will now redirect you to the Red Handed webstore — no more PDFs to download!
Exciting news to share with inky fingered stampers throughout the kingdom: “Winter 2015” designs are posted on the “Products” page of the RHR website! Take a look and you’ll see some decidedly bookish themes, along with a handful of San Fran-centric images and our usual flavors of carefully chosen retro wackiness! If your local stamping goods/paper craft store doesn’t yet carry Red Handed Rubber Stamps, urge them to get in touch ASAP — we don’t bite, and we’re here to scratch your rubber itch!
More “action snaps” of the new designs soon, I promise…
EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT! : Red Handed Rubber Stamps will be part of Flax Art and Design’s “Great Rubber Stamp Event” this coming Saturday, October 18th.
Join Red Handed Rubber, alongside other rubber stamping greats such as Leavenworth Jackson, Yellow Owl Workshop, and Cavallini Papers for an afternoon of demos, show-n-tell, and of course: RUBBER STAMPING!
I’ll have a special edition, commemorative postcard for folks who stop by the table — a little something to stamp up and send off! If you’re curious to try out RHR stamps in person, this’ll be a great chance to get your fingers inky!
(details can be found here.)
Keepin’ it rubbery —