Stampendous is so excited to announce our latest new product line…Jumbo Cling Rubber. These super sized designs make creating dramatic greeting cards and scrapbook pages effortless, but they can do so much more! They are ideal for use on textiles, walls, and all sorts of home décor projects. We felt like the best way to really introduce you to the possibilities was to invite you to our Jumbo Blog Hop! You will not believe the amazing projects our in-house, decorative painting guru Tammie Wilson has made with these beautiful stamps. We’re going to start off our hoppin’ here with some of her amazing creations. You’ll be able to see how to make these fabulous treasures on our new series of YouTube videos very soon. (ooh…we got video one done… )
For now, enjoy Tammie’s genius then hop on over to the blogs of our dynamic Design Team. You won’t believe the gorgeous possibilities of these new, jumbo designs from the mind of our own Fran Seiford.

Here are the Official Rules:
1. Start the hop at the Stampendous! blog then hop through all the Design Team blogs.
2. Make sure to leave a comment on each Design Team Members’ post.
3. We will pick 4 random winners from all the comments left at all the sites. You must comment on EACH site to be eligible.
4. You have until Tuesday, February 1st at midnight EST to hop and comment.
5. Winners will be picked and notified on Wednesday, February 2nd.
6. We can’t mail prizes internationally, but if you want to join the hop we will email you the cute project.
7. Have fun!

Here are the design team’s blog links you will need to visit. Leave a comment and get some great ideas of what you want to make when you get your Jumbo Stamp Sets from your local stores.

Stampendous! https://stampendousblog.wordpress.com

Cyndi Bundy

Jennifer Dove

Rachel Sztonyk

Wendy Price


Below are some fabulous samples Tammie Wilson created
with our new Jumbo Stamps:




Floor Cloth (approx 5′ X 8′) by Tammie Wilson
Made with Stampendous Jumbo Cling Rubber Stamps and hand drawn designs.


Waterlily Vase by Tammie Wilson
Made with Stampendous Jumbo Cling Rubber Stamps


Purse by Tammie Wilson
Made with Stampendous Jumbo Cling Rubber Stamps


Peony Tray by Tammie Wilson
Made with Stampendous Jumbo Cling Rubber Stamps


Check your local store for our Jumbo Cling Rubber Stamps and if they don’t have any right away,
be sure to have them put in an order for you.





79 thoughts on “JUMBO STAMP BLOG HOP starts NOW!

  1. seriously? all GORGEOUS creations! i can’t wait to see the actual stamps. i’d love to show more of my creativity around my home and stampendous has come to my rescue!


    • Thanks, Paulette! We have fallen in love with them, too. And Tammie’s Decorative Painting skills really show them in the best light! I can’t wait to dig out all my old acrylic paints and play following her video directions!


  2. OMGosh!! This seriously takes stamping to a whole new level! I LOVE all of Tammy’s beautiuful creations–what gorgeous inspiration! Can’t wait to see the rest of the DT’s art!


  3. I am loving all the card samples the Dt members have done…really can’t wait to try one of the large cling stamps..awesome.. I left a comment on all the blogs and hope this is the place to leave for you.


    • YOU DID!!! Good eye! There are a ton of videos coming. Tammie is such a natural teacher and she’s fabulous on video. She had so many amazing projects and wonderful detail and hints and tips for each. Look for LOTS of video out of these Jumbo Projects. They are all sooooo doable in spite of looking so professional.


    • I know, Erica…that floor cloth is absolutely incredible. It’s in our booth now at CHA on the floor! People are walking on it and everything! Tammie thinks she’s taking it home when we’re done with it… but she can only do that if she can find it then… heh heh.. 😉


  4. Forgive me if I post twice. I posted earlier but it didn’t show up. So even though this is the starting point I’ve been through the hop and may I say Bravo!!!! I loved every single creation and can’t wait until I can try some of the techniques. It will be great to check out the videos. Please post when they are available. Thanks Ladies for your beautiful inspiration.


    • Thanks, Melinda! Just so you know our comments are all moderated (to eliminate the spam) so it sometimes takes quite a while for your comment to post. Now that I’ve approved a comment from you, you won’t have any trouble with future comments.

      The video link in the blog post should take you to the first video. Jumbo Peony Tray

      We’ll be loading the others one at a time.


  5. Wow! These stamps are fabulous! That hydrangea is so beautiful and the many different ways your designers used it – I gotta have that one if nothing else! Thanks for the chance to win! I can’t wait to find them in my nearby store 🙂


  6. I love these new Jumbo cling stamps. Especially the flowers, like the peony and the hydrangea. These would look great stamped on the walls of my craft room. Thanks for creating such beautiful stamps for all of us.


    • We didn’t actually do walls yet, Mary. Although some gorgeous canvas wall hangings were produced. I can’t wait to show you all more of the wonderful projects we made. After the hop is over I’ll post some more.


    • Doesn’t it, Jennifer? We are so excited by the things Tammie has created! She’s been hiding in our photo studio/classroom painting these amazing creations for several weeks so they could all be ready for our CHA booth. The entire staff has wandered through on many occasions ooohing and aaaahing and trying to write our names on the back to take them home later. (no luck with that last part, though)


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