Sunday, September 14, 2008


It's time to give you more news.
Len is working on more new designs. This one is a 1953 MG. He also has a Lambretta or some type of scooter on his drawing board. We're hoping to add about 6 more designs to the alread 37 that we have. Don't forget to check out the website to see them all at .
There are all kinds of good things on that website. We have recently added a Photo Gallery which has pictures of our customer's cars and some family cars too.
Don't forget to check out the Ideas Page. I'm starting to add some Christmas card ideas in there.

Just have to tell you this exciting news. We have gone WORLDWIDE!! Wooo wooo! We now have a Stocklist in the UK......

......and a store in Sweden selling IncredibleStamps items and stamps.
Some of the places we've sent our stamps to are: Australia, Austria, British Columbia, Canada, Denmark, France, Great Britain-UK, Norway, Nova Scotia, Puerto Rico, Sweden, Tasmania, New South Wales. We're so jazzed!
Thanks for taking time to read our B.L.O.G. It's fun to let you know what is happening and what's new.
Please feel free to add your comments and let us know about your experiences and creations with our stamps. We love hearing from you.
Enjoy...Happy Stamping.....Blessings

Thursday, August 21, 2008



We have 3 new stamps to add to our list. They are a Jeep, a 1956 Pontiac and a 1952 Farmall Tractor. They are designed with great detail.

I can't wait to use the tractor for my Thanksgiving cards,
surrounded by lots of pumpkins, leaves and scarecrows.

To see all our designs, go to For now, I'll share these 3 new stamps with you. Let me know how you like them and share some of the cards, scrapbook pages etc that you may be making with our stamps. We love to see them.



Wednesday, October 31, 2007






1950 Ford Convertible

This blog is being created to share some great ideas and products with everyone. It all started with a love of old cars and scrapbooking and stamping.

We searched for some good rubber stamps to use when making cards, notes, signs and scrapbook pages for GUYS. There wasn't anything around that we we decided
to make our own.

My brother is a graphic artist who absolutely loves old cars and has a few. So he started drawing his own unique designs and we started making our own rubber stamps. They are the highest quality, deep etched, dye cut rubber stamps, mounted on solid maple wood blocks.

Wanting to share this great product as well as some great stamping techniques and ideas, we decided to post a blog. So here it is. The answer to "What can I make for a guy...or a boy...or a gal that loves cars?"

There is a website where you can look at the stamps we have. Cars, motorcycles, tractors etc. You can find it at

If you'd like to share any ideas, techniques or your special projects with us, we'd love to hear from you.