MESA, Ariz., Aug. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its ongoing mission to inspire and inform, Scrapbook.com, an international ecommerce company specializing in paper crafting, has published what they believe to be the most comprehensive resource on the history of stamping on the web.
"While some history articles are mundane, rest assured this is not," Jessica Harrington, Scrapbook.com CMO explained. "I am consistently surprised and proud of the interesting and juicy details the Scrapbook.com Writing Team is able to uncover... these hidden facts about the history of stamping are fascinating."
During the research phase, Scrapbook.com searched the web for and ultimately acquired a myriad of antique stamps, seals, ink pads, ink bottles, and more, which they have photographed to go alongside the chronological story, creating a piece of content that takes the reader on a visual journey through the amazing history of stamping. From ancient China to the accidental invention of vulcanized rubber, stamping's history and key players are revealed in this beautiful piece.
Home to tutorials, free classes, and a multitude of research-based articles, Scrapbook.com continues to follow their mission of providing industry knowledge, historical literature, and creative inspiration to crafters around the globe, free of charge.
Scrapbook.com has a variety of additional research-based articles, academic reports, and other explorative features in planning to maintain their passion of empowering and inspiring stampers, scrapbookers and other papercrafters.
Founded in 2001, Scrapbook.com is an online paper crafting site that offers education, inspiration, and crafting products and supplies. As the most-visited paper crafting site on the internet, Scrapbook.com is a trusted name that strives to provide crafters across the globe with everything they need to express and hone their creativity.
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