Monday, September 10, 2012

Ten on the Tenth - Guadalupe's Rubber Stamps

As we were strolling around Santa Fe during our summer trip to New Mexico, we stumbled upon a treasure - a rubber stamp store filled to the brim with stamps (& inks & papers, too). Of course, I brought home a few items including a great set of alphabet stamps Robbie bought as a surprise birthday gift. As part of Shimelle's Ten Things, today I'm sharing ten photos from our visit to this fun store - Guadalupe's Rubber Stamps!











If you're ever in Santa Fe, be sure not to miss this great shop! In the meantime, check out co-owner Lee Kellogg's blog for stamping/crafting techniques and inspiration.

15 comments:

  1. Oh I bet you spent a good bit of time in there :)

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  2. I've been to Sante Fe twice, and never discovered this store! Probably good for my budget.

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  3. A bit of vicarious shopping - very enjoyable!

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  4. what a fun store! Lucky you to find it

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  5. Ooo, what a fun find! Looks like they have some amazing treasures. I'd definitely stop in if my path ever takes me through Santa Fe! :)

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  6. What a great 10 on the tenth - looks like a lot of fun :-)

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  7. Fantastic stamp store. I must say that your Robbie is definitely a keeper! You don't even have to hint that you like something, he just seems to know.

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  8. Oh it's always so lovely to discovcer a new shop

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  9. Looks like a great find Melissa :) A place I'm sure you could spend a long time looking!

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  10. Oooh toooooo much choice - I'm surprised that you're not still there!

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  11. That looks like my kind of store LOL!

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  12. oh my gosh! I would be in heaven! I would have had a hard time choosing and not spending every penny I had! Looks like an awesome store!

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  13. I could probable fine a few things to get. :)

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  14. Oh how utterly irresistible!

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