Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Come Visit RubberMoon's New Digs!    

By now most of you have probably heard that Kae Pea and her family moved her studio, The Moon and The Maker and their stamp company, RubberMoon, to a new location nestled in the picturesque town of Louisiana, Mo. In April, the Powers' family relocated their home and business across town into a very inviting location that they have since settled into and call "HOME SWEET HOME"
Here are some pics of the art studio part of The Moon and The Maker. Kae Pea has surrounded herself with so many things she loves which inspire her to be so creative in her work. 












KAE PEA working her "MAGIC"
On the other side of the building are the "Nuts & Bolts".  The RubberMoon Stamp manufacturing. The stamp making process is set into motion after the final designs are completed, plates are made and then the stamps ship directly out after production. The quality and attention the RubberMoon Stamps are given goes unparalleled in my opinion.
MR MOON Hard at WORK...ALWAYS!! HE IS IRREPLACEABLE!!!!
New Employee LYDIA.  Works with a SMILE and a STRONG PRESSING ARM!
LOOK AT ALL THAT WOOD!!!
PRICELESS PRESSES
INDEXING AREA-WHERE THE STAMPS GET STAMPED!
An important part of the process is indexing (stamping the image of the stamp on the stamp) every single wood mounted stamp. That is LOT of work too!  See how Kae Pea does it below.




VOILA'...A Stamp is BORN!


I hope you have enjoyed seeing a tiny glimpse into the world of The Moon and the Maker/RubberMoon Art Stamps. It is certainly full of Moon Magic that happens every day!  

If you haven't the chance, check out  RubberMoon for all of your art stamp needs! 


Thank you so much for visiting the WONDER-FULL WEDNESDAY blog! Come back next week for more fun! 

~ BARB

10 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing a glimpse of the 'Moon! :) xokp

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  2. I love seeing this, it makes me very happy! xo

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    1. Happy HERE too Michele!! Thank you for visiting the blog AND commenting !

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  3. Wow! Such a cozy, inviting space! I loved seeing how a stamp was born. I also enjoyed looking behind-the-scenes because they're always fun + surprising! I'd love to visit sometime ;-)

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    1. would love you to come and visit Martice!

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  4. OMG--your portrait of Frida has Kathy Martin's smile on it (she was one of the partner-owners of Postmodern Design and she loves Frida, too!).. wow!

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