Back for her seventh Stampex, you’ll find Suzanne at Art Stamped on Stand 18 this week.
As a proud lifetime member of the Royal Philatelic Society London and now, Chairman of the Philatelic Traders’Society, Suzanne is passionate about promoting stamp collecting to new audiences by putting stamps on show and into people’s lives. How? With stamp art, crafts, greetings cards, gifts and homewares, all made from postage stamps!
“It’s like the gift shop at the end of an exhibition. Means I can get something for the wife and grandkids.”
Taking inspiration from the stamp topic to make a Highland Cow from highland cow stamps, the colours to make red wine, the country to make a map, there are endless opportunities to stamp art. The details, history and journey of the stamps make you want to step up close. It’s possible you’ll discover something new each time you look.
As well as supplies to “make your own”and ephemera, postcards and postal history to add to scrapbook and journals, Suzanne also features a select number of stamp artists on the Art Stamped stand, each one bringing their passion for stamps to life in a creative way. This Autumn, you’ll discover:
So, whether you are shopping for an extra little philatelic treat, you want to get ahead of your Christmas shopping, or you are in need or a present or surprise for a loved one, add Stand 18 and an Art Stamped visit to your Stampex experience.
You can follow Suzanne at Art Stamped on Facebook, twitter and Instagram on @artstampedor visit her website site at www.artstamped.com