Blog: RubberMoon

Nat’s April Patterns Videos – 15-18

More pattern making fun with my new RubberMoon Stamp Sets . Here is a summary for Days 15-18


Nat's April Patterns from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Here are the patterns from this video:

Here are the stamps I used for these patterns:


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Nat’s April Patterns Videos – 12-14

Still having a blast making different patterns with my new RubberMoon Stamp Sets . Here is a summary for Days 12-14


Nat's April Patterns from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Here are the patterns from this video:

Here are the stamps I used for these patterns:


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Nat’s April Patterns Videos 8-11

So much fun making different patterns with my new RubberMoon Stamp Sets . Here is a summary for Days 8-11


Nat's April Patterns 8-11 from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Here are the patterns from the video:

Here are the stamps I used for these patterns:


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Nat’s April Patterns Videos 5-7

Still playing with my new RubberMoon Stamp Sets and patterns – I am having so much fun with it and I hope you will find some inspiration with it too – here is a summary for Day 5-7


Nat April Patterns 5 -7 from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Here are the three patterns from the video:

Here are the stamps I used for these patterns:


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Behind the Scenes with RubberMoon

Ever wondered how those beautiful rubber stamps you use are made? Join me in this Behind the Scenes Interview with RubberMoon. RubberMoon is a family owned company in Missouri and I am so happy that they are turning my designs into beautiful stamps.

Behind The Scenes with RubberMoon from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

I hope you enjoyed this interview and the little view behind the scenes. All the work that goes into the rubber stamps makes me even more happy to be part of the RubberMoon family. If you are like me and trying to make smart choices by supporting the little guys, you can do that with every purchase here. I am proud of the quality of my stamps, the design effort that goes into them, and the many hands that make them possible. Check them out here :)

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Indexing Stamps in 7 Steps

You might have noticed that the new RubberMoon packaging includes a clear sheet with the images included in the stamp sets and the reason for that is, that you can then can index your stamps.

Especially with my new stamp sets which often have positive and negative images that can be stamped on top of each other that is really helpful. Check out what I do when I receive a new set of stamps:

I store my stamps in my old letter press drawers and I love to keep them on the sheets. I also love to see first hand what the stamps look like when they are stamped. So I leave the stamps attached to the indexing sheet, ink them up with an archival ink and then

place the white packaging insert on top and press it down so that I get the imagery of the index sheet on there. It is like an initiation of your stamps if you will ;)

Next I cut out the images and put them on the backs of their appropriate stamps. Now for this sample I chose the Small Fan-Tastic Stamps and they are symetric on both sides- but some of my stamps have slight variations …so make sure you put the index sheet the right way on your stamp. The cling is fresh and new and will indeed cling to your plastic.

I do this with all of my stamps- and yes, the experienced stamper will rightfully ask “yeah but then those stamps do not cling to an acrylic block anymore” and I will say ” yes, you are right, BUT…” you have to decide if you rather want to see the image on the back and be able to line your stamps up more precise or if you rather want to use the acrylic block directly with your stamps- which …I admittedly do not really use that often anyway. In order for the stamp to hold on to an acrylic block if I need it, I use repositionable tape on the block – works like a charm and I can just rub it off when I am done.

I personally also like to include the names of each stamp and the set name onto the sheet – Just because …I forget the names of my own stuff sometimes…crazy isn’t it LOL …well I am def. not getting younger ;)

And then I can place my little stamps right on top and store them.

Is this the best way? Maybe not …but it works for me and maybe for some of you out there as well. If you have a different way of using the index sheets -let me know, I am happy to hear.

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Nat’s April Patterns Videos 1-4

When I received my new RubberMoon Stamp Designs I couldn’t stop making samples and patterns- so I decided to record a short inspirational pattern video each day and post them on Instagram. Here is a summary video of Patterns 1-4 – I hope you enjoy :)


Nat April Patterns 1-4 from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Here are the four patterns I made super fast ;) in the video:

Here are the stamps I used for these patterns:


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Bridges of Choice – Art Journal

I saw this quote on instagram and I really liked it . “I cross bridges of change with joy and ease. I don’t know how to change – I just have to be willing to change. The Universe takes care of the how.”

Of course it is not always THAT easy- but I think I do like change and I have an instilled confidence in me that things will work out.

For this spread I used my new large and small Hex Rubber Stamp Sets with ink .

I stamped the positive and negative stamps on top of each other- I just love the dimension this gives.

Here are some of the supplies I used for this spread:



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NEW Rubber Stamps – FAN-tastic Designs & More!

I have some NEW rubber stamps coming out today! These have been in the making for a while and ever since I have been playing with them I cannot stop – I keep building new patterns. Are you a pattern lover too? Well check these out: First is the FAN-tastic stamps:

There are the two sets: FAN-tastic Large and FAN-tastic Small. The large ones measure 2.75″ across while the small ones measure 1.18″ across. These have six patterns each and can be arranged in all sorts of ways.

It makes me all giddy to see the Large Fan’s arranged in this colorful way. 

This is the Jewett Fan from the small set – tiled up in a classic art deco way.

But ooooo, they can also be arranged this way! This is the Broadway Fan.

And then there are the single stamps: Solid Fan and Solid Fan small – because maybe you want to put a color under your pattern fan…

And then there is also the Fan-fare set of four mini stamps…

These can make patterns on their own and wow are there so many ways to play…

Use them all together and make some awesome patterns! I am totally smitten with these :)

Ok but there’s more:

Those yummy Floral Tile Sets – one as a large one and one as a small one.

Here are the small floral tiles all next to each other

And the big positive and negative stamps used on top of each other.

You can use them as is, with some of the Stencils I have and also with some of the foam stamps. ANNNDDD of course they can be used with the other new stamps as well :)

ANNNNDDD another one I am soooo excited about – the Hex Sets. Again they come as a Large Hex Set and a Small Hex Set.

This is the large Hex Set- which measures approximately 2.75″ across

There are so many ways to use the Hexagons and arrange them to make patterns

but also to use the positive and negative patterns on top of each other

I cannot wait to show you even more of the patterns and designs you can create with those stamps! I can honestly say:

The possibilities of these stamps are limited only by your imagination

Here are all new sets now available in my store:

Comments (2)

  • Sue Clarke

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    Brilliant combos Nat…especially made with the fan set!

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