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Lee Kellogg
Guadalupe's Rubber Stamps, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
Owner of Guadalupe's Rubber Stamps.
Interests: I am the owner of Guadalupe's Rubber Stamps in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. StampaFe Art Stamps is our in house stamp line, for I design. I make and design paper craft items. Contact me if you would like me to design cards, stamps or other paper crafted item.
Recent Activity
I am just back from a trip the Craft and Hobby Association trade show in Anaheim, California. My husband, Stephen and I took the train. If you haven’t traveled by train, do it. Book an overnight and get a roomette at the very least. The people you meet on the... Continue reading
Posted Jan 17, 2016 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Y'all Day of the Dead is coming fast, but then so is Halloween! Our Lady of Rubber has sent us a preview of two new Day of the Dead stamps. I am not sure when we will get them in the store, but we do have them on order.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2014 at Lee Kellogg
Here's a short video I put together to help you in re-inking your ink pads. Tip: always get a re-inker when you buy a new ink pad. All good quality ink pad companies make refills for their ink pads. Enjoy and be creative today! Lee Continue reading
Posted Jun 20, 2014 at Lee Kellogg
Another easy card idea that comes together with a collect of new Tim Holtz products. Want to make the card, I'll be teaching the class in April. Have fun and make some art today. Lee Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2014 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Today I am sharing a simple card that is fun to make and comes together quickly. I stamped the background design with a Kaliedacolor ink pad The leaves are with alcohol ink on glossy paper, then cut out and adhered with pop dots. The umbrella has been embossed with... Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2014 at Lee Kellogg
A quick and easy tag for Easter. All stamps are from the StampaFe line. The rabbit was embossed with black embossing powder and colored in. Have fun and make something today! Lee Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2014 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Everyone! It's been awhile so I thought I would bring you up to date on things. Two weeks ago we had a booth at the Albuquerque Rubber Stamp show. It fun to see all of you who stopped by. Thank you! For those of you in the Denver area,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2014 at Lee Kellogg
Saturday is Lynell Harlow's Birthday! Lynell is the owner and creator of Dreamweaver Stencils and one awesome woman! I am playing along with the Dreamweaver Design team to celebrate Lynell's birthday. I used the gear Dreamweaver stencil (LJ911) on the background with Walnut Stain Distress ink. The dress is a... Continue reading
Posted Jan 2, 2014 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Y'all! I am sharing some cards and tags I have made over the last several weeks. They are fun, vivacious, and on display at the New Mexico State Land Office in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I suggest that you occasionally photograph your work so you have a record of... Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi! I have finished the Christmas Book I was working on for a show at the New Mexico State Land Office. The last posting showed one of the pages as I was working on it. Now, it is completed and beautiful! Simple, pretty and very fun to make. Go out... Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi, I know you are either all done or not yet started with your Christmas projects. I am working on an art book for a show that I will be in at the State Land Office in Santa Fe, NM. I have the cover almost completed, then the pages are... Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Everyone! Last week I had the honor of teaching a book making workshop to the art teachers who teach in the Santa Fe Public School system. What a hoot. There were 25 eager adults who had a blast, made a mess and sometimes sounded a bit like their students... Continue reading
Posted Nov 2, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Everyone, I have really been slacking off the blogging the last several months. I intend to be back at it. I have just completed a really fun on-line course called Smart Creative Style by Monica Lee over at Smart Creative Women (an excellent blog to follow). This course has... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi I took Labor Day Weekend off with my husband and we went to Carlsbad Caverns National Park. What an awesome place. I am not a great confined places person, but the expansiveness of the Big Room was stunning. Here is a funky self portrait I took in the cave... Continue reading
Posted Sep 2, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Kids! I have finally sort of, mastered imovie. What a blast! Now I want to go out and make more videos. It's almost as fun as doing paper crafts Here is the newest video, emjoy. Supply list is below. Ingredients Dreamweaver Stencils Hawaiian Coconut Soap Art Institute Glitter Double... Continue reading
Posted Aug 7, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi All! Have you wondered what your creative style really is? I know I have! I mean Tim Holtz and Dyan Reaveley are pretty distinctive. So how do you discover what your look is, because you don't want to look exactly like them or anyone else do you? Monica Lee... Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi All I've been playing at CHA Create and Connect summer show. Took a class yesterday with Tim Holtz and another with Dyan Reaveley. They taught great classes as always. I have loads of ideas for classes, so once I get the merchendise ordered, I'll get the classes scheduled. Meanwhile,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Y'all I taught an art journal class the other day and we were playing around with different materials. I started messing around with the wax paper and the Dylusion spray inks. The effect was great! I spritzed the wax paper with the ink, spritzed water then pressed the journal... Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Y'all! It's been awhile and I thought I would share my Day by Day Journal that I have started, thanks to Suzanne McNeill and her great classes that she taught a couple of weeks ago. I have never been a great daily journaler, so I am hoping this will... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
We had a great weekend with Suzanne McNeill! Zentangleing, starting journals and making journals. We went home with inky fingers and full of great ideas. I am so ready to start! Here are a few photos from our fun: Remember: Have fun and do art today! Lee Continue reading
Posted Jun 17, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Everyone We have Suzanne McNeill coming in mid-June and she has added another class! Gelli Journal Sampler Sunday, June 9 $60 includes some supplies 9:00AM -3:00PM Instructor’s Description: Printing with Gelli Plates is a fabulous process that results in handprinted papers with amazing colors, textures, and layers. The materials... Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi! I have inspired by Mark Jetton's Balloon Card that appeared in the most recent Rubber Stamp Madness. He did a tri-fold card with balloons on both sides. Love the idea and have been playing with it. Here is one of my ideas: Fold your card stock into thirds. Choose... Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Today's tag is in honor of mothers and grandmothers. All of whom encourage us to dream and explore. I started with a manila card and rubbed on the Tim Holtz rub-ons. Then I ran the tag through puddles of Distress Stain. Once the card was dry I stamped the... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi Ya! The Crafting Birder took a weekend off and went birding! My husband and I met birding, we love to get out and look for birds. I take my sketch book for afternoon drawing, we bird in the morning while it's cool and the birds are singing. We went... Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2013 at Lee Kellogg
Hi I played a bit with the Tim Holtz May Tag and came up with this version: I used his rub ons in random places. Ran the tag through puddles of Distress Stain. Dried the tag and then spritzed it with water. Dry again. I added a bit of Distress... Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2013 at Lee Kellogg