The Stamper's Bill of Rights
>A rubber stamper is entrusted with creating works of art to be treasured by family and friends. Creating hand stamped items is an honorable and important task. As a Stamper, you are entitled (but not limited) to the following rights:
>You have the right to take as long as you want to complete one card. This may be five minutes or two weeks.
>You have the right to purchase a certain stamp or stamping supply for no other reason than because a) you like it; b) everyone else is purchasing it; c) you'll never find it again, or; d) you know you'll use it someday.
>You have the right to a workspace of your own. This may be the basement, your college student's old bedroom, or the kitchen table. It's yours.
>You have the right to stamp when inspiration strikes--whether the dishes are done or not.
>You have the right to request peaceful, kid-free, stress free stamp time--without guilt.
>You have the right to create art that reflects and celebrates your spirit, whether anyone else thinks its art or not.
>You have the right to put whatever you want on your card. This includes, branches, rocks, leaves, and anything you deem usable in dumpster dive.
>You have the right to do nothing more than snack and socialize at a rubber stamp club meeting or workshop.
>You have the right to value your personal stamping style to be as important as any famous stamp artist.
>You have the right to create your own style, one card at a time.
I hope you enjoyed it!