Free Printable | Blank Alpaca Card

Our Final Warehouse Sale is in its final days, with EVERY single stamp marked 40% off...including this 2x1 set of glasses (designed to fit my free printable alpaca). The mini sunnies sold out within minutes of my previous post, so be sure to add this little guy to your cart ASAP if you want to snag it!

Free Printable | Alpaca (Llama) Blank Card |

Supplies Needed:

  • An 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper (matte photo paper recommended)

  • A printer

  • Scissors or paper trimmer

As always, these printables are free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.

Each sheet prints 2 cards.

P.S. This medium glasses stamp is on sale right now for less than $9! Grab it before I sell out - we won't be making more! No coupon code necessary.

Free Printable | Snail Mail Card

We're a week in to my Final Warehouse Sale, so I thought I'd share a free printable for my snail-mailing friends. (Also, snails are quickly becoming my favorite thing to doodle.) It's a super simple A2 folded card, but there's so much you can do to decorate it...including stamp it!

Free Printable | Snail Mail Card |

Supplies Needed:

  • An 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper (matte photo paper recommended)
  • A printer
  • Scissors or paper trimmer

As always, these printables are free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.

Each sheet prints 2 cards.

P.S. This mini glasses stamp is on sale right now for only $9! Grab it before I sell out - we won't be making more! No coupon code necessary.

DIY Mini Potted Paper Cactus

DIY [ mini ] Paper Potted Cactus |

I don't know why I didn't make one of these sooner because it's AH-dorable! And, like all my other faux cacti and succulents, it's quite impossible to kill.

Wanna make one for yourself? Keep reading!

DIY [ mini ] Paper Potted Cactus |

Supplies Needed:

How to Make a Mini Potted Paper Cactus:

1. Start by stamping your cactus pieces—I call them "petals"—on the thick white paper. 


2. Next, cut them out. (If you want them to be double-sided, stamp the backs. Luckily, a clear stamp will make this easy!)

DIY [ mini ] Potted Paper Cactus |

3. Now it's time to prep your "soil." Turn the wood pot upside down and trace around it on your piece of brown cardboard. Cut out the circle, but make it a little bit smaller than what you traced. Finally, cut a straight line in the center with your X-acto knife.


4. Push the cardboard circle down into your pot, then stick one of the cactus pieces in. This is the base of your cactus!


5. Cut narrow slits into your remaining cactus pieces. (Don't make them too wide or your pieces won't fit together.)


6. Last step: arrange your cactus, then step back and admire your work. (If you make one, please share it with us on Instagram by tagging @prettypeaspaperie! I'd love to see what you make.)

DIY [ mini ] Potted Paper Cactus |

Ideas + Inspiration | Cactus Cooler Party

This past weekend, we threw a cactus-taco-tequila-themed party as one last hurrah before Baby M arrives. As requested, I'm posting some of the decorative details to provide inspiration for your next fiesta! 


Don't get too excited...I did not hand watercolor each of them. I was lazy and used Paperless Post. :) I did draw a can of Cactus Cooler and customize a blank template with the graphic, though! (If you don't have a way to draw digitally, you could draw something similar and take a photo of it. Paperless Post has a lot of photo-ready templates you can use.)

Since I already had a Cactus Cooler vector handy, I made a clear stamp out of it to use throughout the party. Below, you can see a gold-embossed stamped image filled in with watercolor. Pretty coooool, eh?


Full disclosure :: this was not my idea. I found it on Pinterest via Design Improvised.

Supplies Needed:

DIY Cactus Balloon Supplies | Pretty Peas Paperie

How to Make a Cactus Balloon:

  1. Fill your balloons with helium. You'll need 3-4 balloons per cactus. (I used 12" balloons and filled them with varying amounts of helium to get different sizes. If you want them to float with tassels, you'll need to use a giant "main" balloon. I ended up removing the tassels for the party so our balloons would stay afloat.)
  2. With a Sharpie, draw points (aka, upward-facing arrows) all over the balloons to make your cactus look prickly. (Be careful about smudging...even though it's a Sharpie, the ink needs time to dry.)
  3. Put a dab of glue on a pink pom-pom and stick it to the top of each balloon. (Luckily, these are easy to place because there's a dark spot marking the top.)
  4. Use a strip of double-stick tape to attach the smaller balloons to your main balloon that has a string. That's it!

What I love about these balloons is that you don't have to fill them with helium. You could simply blow them up and stick 'em in a pot and they'd be just as cute. I realized this the morning after the party.


Since it was rainy on Saturday, I made a sign for the front door so people would leave their shoes on the mat. I bought 10 of these die-cut lace paper scrapbook sheets and used them for party signage throughout the house. For our "Please take off your shoes" sign, I cut out a smaller sheet of chalkboard paper and taped it to the die-cut sheet. It worked perfectly because I messed up a few times; using chalk pen saved me at least $4.00 in wasted paper!

Entry Sign (for leaving shoes at the door) | Pretty Peas Paperie

Cactus Cooler Bar | Pretty Peas Paperie


Every shindig needs a signature drink, so we chose the "Cactus Cooler Tequila Cocktail" by Sugar and Soul.

What we did differently:

We substituted the tangerine and lime juices with fresh cut limes and strawberries. Since kids were at the party (and I can't drink booze), we kept the alcohol separate so everyone could enjoy the juice and soda mixture from the dispenser.

How to Make a Cheap Styrofoam Cooler Even Cooler:

Stamp it with mini cacti using a Colorbox pigment ink stamp pad!

Original Recipe via Sugar and Soul:

  • 1 part tequila
  • 1/2 oz. triple sec
  • 1 part orange juice
  • 1 1/2 parts cranberry juice
  • 4 parts lemon-lime soda
  • 1/2 part tangerine juice
  • 1/2 part lime juice
  • Fresh mint garnish
Cactus Cooler Tequila Cocktail | Soul and Sugar
Stamped Styrofoam Cooler | Pretty Peas Paperie


Here's another fab idea I found on Pinterest via Alana Jones-Mann :: a cookie taco bar! Bend sugar cookies into "tortillas," then fill them with brownie ("beef"), coconut ("lettuce" and "cheese"), and red M&Ms ("tomatoes"). My sample cookie didn't turn out quite as cute as Alana's, but guests had fun making them and they were really yummy.

A few things I learned:

  1. Bending the sugar cookies was harder than I thought it'd be. I baked them at 350º for 9 minutes and they were barely cooked I put them in for another minute. I think the sweet spot is somewhere in between because they were soft, but the edges had begun to crisp. I recommend only baking 1-2 cookies to start to get your baking time and temperature right.
  2. The recipe calls for laying the cookies over a rolling pin to bend them. I found our rolling pins to be slightly too big, so if you have something cylindrical that's a bit smaller, that would be better. Also, with 3 rolling pins I was only able to bend a dozen cookies at once. Instead of waiting for everything to cool, I made the rest of the cookies flat and called them "tostadas." :)
  3. To keep your cookies from sticking to the rolling pin, you're supposed to use wax paper. We didn't have that on hand so I used foil - still worked!
  4. I accidentally bought unsweetened coconut for the lettuce and cheese. The food coloring didn't spread as evenly, but we ended up liking that there wasn't quite as much sugar added to the taco as a whole. The cookie, brownie, and frosting were sweet enough!
  5. I found the red M&Ms at Party City
"Taco Time" Chalkboard Sign | Pretty Peas Paperie


With two taco bars and a tequila bar, we needed one more...a succulent bar! We have a plentiful supply of succulents, thanks to some super healthy specimens from our wedding. (Our wedding, by the way, was almost 6 years ago, and we have 4-5 overflowing pots of succulents that have descended from the cuttings of my bouquet...isn't that crazy?!)

Here's what I laid out:

  1. Mini terra cotta pots (which were surprisingly cheap)
  2. Acrylic paint, water cups, paintbrushes, paper towels, and small paper plates (to be used as palettes)
  3. Small rocks (for the base of the pot - helps with overwatering)
  4. Soil for drought-tolerant plants
  5. Succulent clippings (pre-rinsed, cut, and trimmed)
  6. Crushed glass (found in the decorative plant section at Ikea)
  7. Take-home bags

To protect our table, I covered it with kraft butcher paper and wrote instructions on it in chalk pen. (To my surprise, people actually read everything very carefully.) If I had more time, I would have printed out small cards with plant care instructions, but ohhh well. It was so fun seeing what everyone guest left Andrew and I a pair of pots with our portraits on them. :)

Succulent Bar | Pretty Peas Paperie
How to Set Up a Succulent Bar | Pretty Peas Paperie


I saved the best for last! After seeing this pin, I decided that succulent cupcakes were a must. Good thing I know a talented baker by the name of Jenna (owner of Sinfully Sweet Cake Design) who could make my piña colada and buttercream dreams come true! She did such a wonderful job and I highly recommend her to anyone in the Houston area looking for custom cakes, cupcakes, or cookies.

Succulent Cupcakes by Sinfully Sweet Cake Design | Pretty Peas Paperie

Hopefully you can use some of these ideas for your next party! If you want even more, check out my "Tacos + Tequila" board HERE

DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers

Hello, February!

To celebrate the re-opening of our shop, I designed a new, limited-edition "Love Letters" stamp set with this DIY Valentine in mind. With three simple cuts, you can create a mailbox that really opens!

DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers |
DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers |

Supplies Needed:

  • 1 sheet of card stock for your base (4.25" x 5.5" per card)
  • 1 sheet of paper for the mailbox
  • 1 sheet of paper (or label paper) for the letters
  • Scissors (an X-Acto knife is helpful, too)
  • Craft glue or glue stick
  • The "Love Letters" stamp set and a stamp pad OR Printable PDF | "Love Letters" (click to download) and printer


  • A2 envelope (my favorites are from Paper Source)
  • Heart-shaped hole punch and scrap paper bits
  • White gel pen

As always, the printable above is free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post. Tag us on Instagram with @prettypeaspaperie, #prettypeaspaperie.

DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers |
DIY Valentines for Snail Mail Lovers |

Instructions for Stamp Set:

  1. Cut your sheet of card stock into 4 pieces, each 4.25" x 5.5". (Or, use pre-made blank cards like these.)
  2. Using a high quality stamp pad, stamp your mailbox onto one of your sheets of paper, then cut it out. Make 3 slits in the mailbox door: left side, top, and right side. (Hint: an X-Acto knife and cutting mat make this much easier!)
  3. Glue the mailbox onto the card. (Don't glue down the door!)
  4. Stamp your mini envelopes onto a separate piece of paper (or label paper, if you have it), then cut them out. Since each envelope is different, you can use a unique color for each one if you have multiple stamp pads.
  5. Glue or stick the mini envelopes onto your card.
  6. OPTIONAL: hole-punch hearts and glue 'em on, or add tiny white dots with your gel pen.
  7. Write a personal note on the back and mail to someone you love!

Instructions for Printable:

  1. Cut your sheet of card stock into 4 pieces, each 4.25" x 5.5". (Or, use pre-made blank cards like these.)
  2. Print the first page of the PDF—the one with the mailboxes—on a sheet of paper. Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5″ x 11″ sheet fits 8 mailboxes plus 1 jumbo (BONUS!) mailbox. Cut out as many as you need. Make 3 slits in each mailbox door: left side, top, and right side. (Hint: an X-Acto knife and cutting mat make this much easier!)
  3. Glue the mailbox onto the card. (Don't glue down the door!)
  4. Print the second page of the PDF—the one with the envelopes—onto a separate piece of paper (or label paper, if you have it), then cut out as many as you wantNote :: Each 8.5" x 11" sheet fits 56 mini envelopes and 6 jumbo envelopes.
  5. Glue or stick the mini envelopes onto your card.
  6. OPTIONAL: hole-punch hearts and glue 'em on, or add tiny white dots with your gel pen.
  7. Write a personal note on the back and mail to someone you love!

Happy Valentine's Day!

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The Christmas Pop-Up is OPEN!


My brain is melting, but the Christmas Pop-Up is officially open! Don't worry, you don't have to live in Houston to shop our new stamps...they're all online in our Etsy shop! We've teamed up with calligrapher extraordinaire, Betty Ling, to once again offer limited edition, custom return address stamps that will impress alllll of your holiday card recipients.

Here's a sneak peek:




Want to see my favorite ready-made Christmas stamp?

Eeeee, it's a camper hauling a Christmas tree! :)

SHOP NOW! Supplies are limited.

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My Secret for Getting FULL Ink Coverage with Solid Stamps


Tell me. Have you ever had this problem? You have a shiny new clear stamp, and every time you push down there are splotches left out of your design. Ahhhh, so frustrating!!! Well, after trying a few things, I have found the answer!

First, let's talk quickly about WHY this happens. Unlike traditional wood-mounted stamps, clear stamps don't have a foam cushion between the block and the rubber. (Photopolymer is also denser than red rubber.) When you have a big solid shape in your design, you have to get it perfectly mounted to the acrylic for it to have an even surface that will make full contact with your paper. Since our stamps are made by hand, there's simply no way for me to push out all the bubbles and get a vacuum-tight fit every time. Inevitably, there are bubbles...and where there are bubbles, there are missing splotches.

TRY THIS FIRST :: Peel your stamp off the block. Then, slowly "roll" the stamp onto the block from one edge to the other. Carefully push down as you go, trying to squeeze out any air bubbles.

TRY THIS NEXT :: If that doesn't do the trick, make sure you have the right INK. For solid designs like you see above, I've found that pigment inks work best. Try VersaFine for Fine Details or Colorbox. Both are high quality pigment inks, and they do a fantastic job with details. Thinner dye inks (or cheaper inks) may bleed into your paper a bit, filling the details of your design.

If you're still having trouble, read on!

Ok, here is my stamp after it's been inked. It's pretty big (3" x 3"). (I actually used my Memento Dye Ink Pad because I was lazy and it's the fastest to use. But it still worked!)

This is what happened when I stamped my paper on a desk (i.e., a regular ol' hard surface):

See the splotches? I want FULL, solid ink coverage. So, I'm going to slip this secret weapon under my paper...

(Hint :: it's a dense foam pad.)

And...huzzah! Here are the results:

By using a foam pad, the parts of your stamp that didn't touch the paper before can now touch the paper. Since the pad is dense, it doesn't squish down and mess up your design...instead, it gives just enough to produce full, beautiful ink coverage.

Here's the product I used (it's only $5.40 on Amazon!):

I hope you found this post helpful! If you have additional tips and tricks, feel free to share below.

Want more stamping supply tips? Check out My Favorite Stamping Supplies.

Want to check out our clear stamps? Shop here.

Stamp Pad Comparison | VersaFine vs. Memento

My two favorite black stamp pads are VersaFine Pigment Ink for Fine Details and Memento Fade-Resistant Dye Ink. I use both on a daily basis, depending on my project. If you're trying to decide on a stamp pad, check out my comparison below!

VersaFine PROS (+):

  • Dark, solid ink coverage on almost all surfaces, including matte paper, card stock, watercolor paper, muslin bags, and more.
  • Works great for detailed and "inverted" designs (solid shapes that have text or designs subtracted from them).
  • Firm pad makes for a relatively neat process. (The squishy foam pads typical of other pigment inks tend to get ink on parts of your stamp that shouldn't be inked.)

VersaFine CONS (-):

  • More expensive ($9-10).
  • Slightly sticky - you have to be a little more careful using this pad.
  • Ink may be harder to get off if you don't clean your stamp after each use.

Memento PROS (+):

  • A great everyday stamp pad. Best for smooth, matte paper and card stock. I use this pad for stamping shipping labels.
  • Firm pad makes for a quick and neat process.
  • Easily washes off clear photopolymer and rubber stamps.

Memento CONS (-):

  • Coverage is not completely solid and tiny details may be lose definition. (If you want a vintage, textured look, this obviously isn't a con.)
  • Ink will bleed on porous surfaces like fabric and wood.
  • Tuxedo Black has a slightly faded quality to it. (This isn't noticeable unless you compare it directly with the Onyx Black of VersaFine.)


Notice the solid vs. textured appearance? Both are great - just depends on what you want!


The texture of the paper comes through even more with Memento ink in this example.


VersaFine tends to fill those tiny cracks more...making for a darker, more precise impression.


Which stamp works best for muslin bags?

When it comes to stamping something super textured like a muslin bag, VersaFine is my fave. You really can't beat that impression!

Want more stamping supply tips? Check out My Favorite Stamping Supplies.

Want to buy our Hand-Lettered Cheers stamp? Shop here.

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These NEW designs are available only on

Clear custom stamps by Pretty Peas Paperie


Clear custom stamps by Pretty Peas Paperie


This design is one of my favorites. Each letter of the alphabet has been filled in with delicate, hand-drawn floral details.

Floral Typography by Akula Kreative


You can also shop our best-selling masking tape stamps like this one:

Clear custom stamps by Pretty Peas Paperie



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DIY Wood Slice Save the Date

I've been meaning to try this for quite some time now, but I finally got around to making some wood Save the Dates with our custom stamp. Here's a quick tutorial!

Supplies Needed:

I recommend mailing these in a padded bubble mailer. It will keep costs down but still protect the wood.

Instructions are pretty self-explanatory, but here are some tips:

  1. Wipe wood coaster with a damp cloth to clean the surface. Let dry.
  2. Blot stamp into ink pad several times until it is covered with ink, then stamp wood, applying even pressure. Let dry.
  3. I used acrylic paints to add some simple floral details around the edges. This is completely optional, but I like the effect!


Luxe DIY Packaging using Rubber Stamps

Hello, crafters! Today I'm going to share with you a DIY packaging project using our new, vintage-inspired, custom rubber stamp. I just LOVE the simplicity of this's a perfect example that luxury packaging can be achieved without a big budget!

Supplies Needed:

1. If you like the look of a deckled edge, start by carefully tearing your paper into 3.5" by 2" tags (the size of a standard U.S. business card). I did this by folding my paper, wetting the edges with water, then tearing. (This works best with thick cotton or watercolor paper.)

2. The type of ink you use is very important. Since this stamp has really small text, the VersaFine for Fine Details pad is perfect. It does a great job of keeping the ink on the surface of the paper and not seeping/smearing/smudging. Blot your stamp into the pad until the design is covered with ink. Press gently and evenly onto the paper.

3. I bought this eyelet setter set on sale YEARS ago at Michaels. It comes with 4 setting tips, 3 punching tips, and a setting mat packed inside a small, easy-to-store box. Place your stamped tag on the setting mat. (A durable cutting mat works, too.)

Here's what the tip looks like. (I'm not sure what it's called, but it's the one that fits 1/8" eyelets. These eyelets are very small and will not work with anything thicker than twine. Feel free to use a bigger eyelet depending on your needs.)

After punching a hole on either side of the tag, insert the eyelet, turn the tag over, and punch down with the setter.

Once your eyelets are in, thread your twine.

4. Tie your tag around the box and you're done! Isn't is pretty?!

Hope you enjoyed this little packaging tutorial! Follow me on Instagram for sneak peeks and stamp giveaways!


Free Printable | Modern Cactus-Themed Valentine's Day Cards

Free Printable | Modern Cactus-Themed Valentine's Day Cards by Pretty Peas Paperie

Can you believe February is right around the corner?! Plan ahead for Valentine's Day this year with my cactus cards!

If you follow Akula Kreative (my design studio) on Instagram, you might recognize the prickly plants from several posts back. "Draw cacti" had been on my Do-When-You-Have-Time List for months until I fiiinally had a chance over Christmas to make it happen. Originally, I wanted to use the cactus pattern to make custom fabric for our house—which I still might do—but for now, they work perfectly for printable cards.

These small cards are super easy to make: just print, cut, and fold! They fit inside a standard A2 envelope and measure about 4" x  5.125" when folded. The best part is, you have two versions of each design to choose from: one is fully designed and ready to go (top row in the photo below), and the other is plain and ready for stamping (bottom row in the photo below).

Free Printable | Cactus-Themed Valentine's Day Cards by Pretty Peas Paperie

Supplies Needed:


As always, this printable is free for personal use only and may not be redistributed, copied, or sold. Please share the project with a link to this post.

Free Printable | "I love [cact]us." Valentine's Day Card by Pretty Peas Paperie

Assembly is pretty self-explanatory, but here are some notes:

1. Print the PDF on a sheet of matte photo paper or card stock. Use your high quality (or photo quality) print setting for best results. Note :: Each 8.5″ x 11″ sheet fits 2 cards. The PDF is composed of 3 pages: page 1 is "I love [cact]us," page 2 is "chicks before pricks," and page 3 is "let's cuddle."

2. Using the solid trim lines on the PDF, cut out your cards. If you plan on stamping, I recommend doing that before folding.

3. On the samples, I used Paper Source text weight paper in Luxe Blush and stamped with a Versafine ink pad. (Remember that the more textured your paper is, the harder it will be for detail to come through. Luxe blush paper has a textured, cotton-like finish, so if you use that you might notice some loss in detail with your stamps.)

Free Printable | "Chicks before pricks" Valentine's Day Card by Pretty Peas Paperie

I had SO much fun making these...from the hand-lettered cactus puns to the limited edition stamp set! Oh, and speaking of stamps, I only made a handful of these cactus cuties so you better grab 'em while you can. The set of 3 is $50 and comes with a BONUS stamp! Click here to shop the Etsy Pop-Up.

Have fun and hope you enjoy my cacti!

P.S. Follow me on Instagram for coupon codes!

Free Printable | "Let's cuddle" Cactus Valentine's Day Card by Pretty Peas Paperie

Stamped Calligraphy Ribbon + Merry Christmas!

Custom Calligraphy Ribbon using a Giant Rubber Stamp | Pretty Peas Paperie Before we officially sign off for Christmas, I thought I'd leave you with my favorite stamping project this month :: Merry Christmas ribbon! It works beautifully on garland, trees, and even gifts. If you have some stamps and want to give it a try, here are some tips:

  • Cotton ribbon with a tight weave works best. (I found this ribbon at Michaels.)
  • I tried two types of ink: StazOn and Versafine. Both work, but the Versafine came out darker.
  • To make stamping easier, use a clear stamp so you can line up your design. (If you only have smaller stamps, try a pattern.)

I will re-open the stamp shop sometime in January or February with NEW, love-inspired designs. To sign up for free membership, click here.

Merry Christmas + THANK YOU for a wonderful year!


Last day to shop our handmade stamps!

FREE PRIORITY SHIPPING until 2:00pm CST today on all of our stamps! Sorry for my lack of posts this season, but the stamp shop has kept me BUSY! This is the last day we'll be open in 2015, so we're offering FREE PRIORITY SHIPPING within the U.S. with code "LASTDAY." Hurry...the offer expires at 2:00pm CST today.

Thank you for all of your support - we sold out of our new Christmas stamps within a few days! Oh, and don't forget to follow our new Instagram account for the latest and greatest.

Click here to head over to our Etsy shop!

Custom Stamp Orders

Rubber Stamp | "Made with love in Austin, Texas" by Pretty Peas Paperie I'm happy to report that ALL custom and made-to-order stamps from our Etsy Pop-Up and Renegade Craft Fair have shipped!

I will reopen and take additional orders in about a month, after we've moved and unpacked the studio. Thank you SO much for stopping by our booth and perusing our online shop! Your enthusiasm and support mean so much to me, my family, and the future Big & Little Animal Rescue Ranch.

Shop our stamp collection at Renegade Craft Fair Austin!

Shop our rubber stamp collection at Renegade Craft Fair Austin! May 16-17, 2015 | Pretty Peas Paperie I just realized I hadn't made an official announcement about this yet...

I know people are getting antsy about the next Pop-Up Stamp Shop, so I'm excited to say we'll be selling at Renegade Craft Fair Austin May 16 and 17! This is the first time EVER you'll be able to shop our rubber stamps in person, AND we'll be debuting a ton of new designs—including the critters you see above.




WHERE is Renegade Craft Fair Austin?

Fair Market (in east Austin) | 1100 East 5th Street, Austin, TX

WHEN is Renegade, exactly?

Saturday, May 16 and Sunday May 17 (2015) from 11:00am to 6:00pm

Do I have to pay to attend?

Nope! Renegade is free to attend.

I live outside of Texas. Will I be able to order online?

Yes! We will open our online Pop-Up the week of Renegade and ship orders worldwide. To be notified of our opening, please sign up for our email list here.

Are there any perks to buying stamps in person?

You bet! We'll have a bunch of stamps out so you can try 'em before you buy 'em. We'll also be selling stamps at lower prices at the Fair (close to the same prices members will pay online). We may even do a giveaway or two at the table. Look for us on the map under Pretty Peas Paperie (booth 44).

Can I order a CUSTOM STAMP at Renegade?

Yes! We will have order forms for custom orders. Stamps will take the usual 2 weeks or so to make, then we'll make them available for pick-up at CRAFT (at which point we will email you). If you prefer the stamp(s) to be shipped to you, we'll charge you a small fee to cover postage.

How can I see the new designs you'll be debuting at the Fair?

We'll show a sneak peek here and there...if you're interested, please follow this blog (specifically, the Rubber Stamping category) or our Instagram account.

Who else will be selling goods at Renegade?

I am SO excited about all of the participants this year. Check out the Austin roster here!


If you have any more questions, please feel free to email us at or on social media!

Introducing...Wood-Mounted Stamps with Handles!

Made with love in Austin, Texas // Pretty Peas Paperie Happy Thursday, folks! I'd like to introduce you to my new friend :: Mr. Wood-Wounted, Red Rubber Stamp (with a handle!). Though we'll continue to focus on clear rubber stamps, I decided it was time to branch out. Just a little. When packaging orders, I've found that having to use two hands to stamp "DO NOT BEND" slows the fulfillment process. Don't get me wrong...a perfectly-placed impression on, let's say, a business card, is totally worth the time. Some projects, on the other hand, just need to get done. Plus, there's something supremely satisfying about slamming a "PAID" stamp onto invoices. :)

Above, you'll see a sample of the new wood-mounted stamp, along with one of my new FAVORITE stamp pads. Both will be available for purchase during our next shop, so click HERE to find out how not to miss it!

Sneak Peek | Hand-Lettered Birthday Cone Stamp

Hand-Lettered Happy Birthday Rubber Stamp // Pretty Peas Paperie // Pop-Up *Stamp* Shop AH!! I'm in love with this new rubber stamp! It's perfect for mini cards, tags, and muslin "gift wrap." If you purchase a stamp as a gift, we'll package it in this for free - just ask!

Oh, and just for fun, here's my original sketch:

Hand-Lettered Happy Birthday // Nikki Mihalik

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