Art-Kure's creative team of artists and crafters have collaborated to produce a new product range of lovely unique stamps with a convenient, space saving storage system.
All Art-Kure stamps are sold with EZ Mount Static Cling Mounting Foam. Whenever you would like to use an Art-Kure stamp simply mount it on an acrylic block, stamp the image, clean the stamp, remove it from the block, place it on a Storage Panel and store inside an A4 Binder for convenient space saving storage. The Art-Kure mission is to give all crafters MORE SPACE FOR MORE STAMPS!
Art-Kure have three brand new ranges for 2006, the Texture collection being the fi rst. These were designed to compliment the existing stamps, they go hand in hand with all and can be used for borders and backgrounds. The Parisian Collection being the second, created after an inspiring trip to Paris these are the fi rst of the Travel stamps. The third collection are stunning drawings of Venitian scenes, elements and recognisable landmarks.
Art-Kure has a wonderful collection of stamps from Ann Hathaway's Cottage to scenes of picturesque Dartmoor. Now anyone can reproduce the beauty of ‘Timeless Britain' for all their friends and family. Art-Kure has also launched a collection of ‘Fine Art Stamps' to bring art and craft even closer together. So for those of you who would like to dabble in watercolour, these are the collections for you. ‘Britain in Bloom' is the third collection of stamps, concentrating on the fl oral beauty of the English cottage garden.
Art-Kure's next collection of stamps contains a myriad of images inspired by the Orient. The ‘Shades of the Orient' collection is there for everyone looking for something from the East. All of these stamps are original drawings by Mike Goss.
From card making to scrapbooking the Art-Kure Stamping System will inspire everyone's creativity in one convenient and space saving package.
NB: All the stamps produced by Art-Kure are ‘angel' stamps, which means that you may sell cards which you have handcrafted using our stamps. None of the images are public domain, as they have been drawn by individual artists and all the images are originals. The images are under copyright laws and no other company can use these images in their own stamp production or include them in their catalogues without express permission from Art-Kure.