We are closed for all rubber stamp orders through July 10th. DIGI ORDERS REMAIN OPEN. All order placed during this time will ship out approx July 15, 2015. (Digital orders will resume as normal during our closing). Thank You
Welcome to Sweet Pea Stamps! Our rubber stamps are made from high quality red gum rubber, deeply etched. Our rubber stamps can be purchased unmounted or with cling on cushion, the choice is yours. We work with over 30 various artists including Conie Fong, Katerina Koukiotis, Ching Chou kuik, Molly Harrison and many more... The artwork from Lemon Shortbread, TheEastWind, Faery Ink and Scrapper's Delights. We have an assortment of artists that also let us sell their digis, for those that like instant downloads. We offer a variety of fantasy, alternative, collage and children themes... we have something for everyone.
(images used on above banner are ching chou kuik's Toadstool Head and Scrapper's Delights Pixie Corner 1. Both in the Rubber Stamp Section of our website)
IMPORTANT NEWS REGARDING THE JAN 1, 2015 VAT LAW:
All EU countries must follow the VAT guidelines for ordering digital digis, you can no longer manually download the digital items yourself, we will email the attachments to you instead. Just follow the same guidelines, if you wish to pay with PayPal.
If you wish to carry our rubber stamp line in your store, please fill out the wholesale form.
If you are viewing our website from a phone or tablet, you will have to use the pull down menu at the top right corner to view the tool bar.
You now can download your own digis from our website that you order so you will have them instantly.
Please read our FAQ's (frequently asked questions) regarding the artists angel policies, shipping, turn-around times and other important information.
For those that wish to have cling cushion put on your rubber stamps, information is here under our rubber stamp categories.
We guarantee our quality, if there are any problems with your stamps, e-mail us and let us know.
Design team member Lina's amazing December YouTube Tutorial coloring in Conie Fong's 'Tori the Dragon- Raining Hearts'