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Rock-A-blocks are in DA HOUSE and people said nevah to rock your stamps.. hmph

I am sooo ecstatic (sp?- or is it with an x? WHAT”S WRONG WITH ME??).. you have no idea.  I went absolutely BONKERS.. and I mean BONKERS.. and if anyone Re-HEALLY knows me, they have seen me BONKERS.. about this product

 These are called ROCKABLOCKS by Crafter’s Companion.  Saw them at CHA, ordered them immediately, FORCED them to get it to me ASAP, now I have them and actually almost sold them out before they got here.. LOL

They are a WONDERFUL quality.. very sturdy and come in perfect sizes for our stamps.  Most of all, the results are JUST AMAZING.  Total bella stamp of approval






 Here is a snapshot of how it works (these are not my hands.. I cheated a little.. at least I admitted it, no?)






1. The Blocks

The curved surfaceUnlike traditional stamp blocks, the Rock-a-Block system has a curved surface. There is a depth gauge or rail at the end of two of the edges to ensure that a consistent pressure is achieved.

2. Attach the Stamp to the Block

Attach the stamp to the block
Use double sided tape or adhesive of choice  to attach unmounted rubber stamps to the blocks.

3. Rock the Block

Rock the block
Ensure that the work surface is flat and level then ‘rock’ the block to stamp the image. Carefully use a rocking motion and apply firm pressure to ensure that the block does not slip or slide. Only rock the block once to avoid a ‘shadowing’ of the image.

4. The Finished Image

Carefully lift the block from the page and the finished stamped image should be clear and crisp.
All of the above information was taken from www.ABOUT.COM and you can get more information from
**a coupla tips… ink should never get on the 2 side “rails” as that is what touches the paper.. you have to get used to the pressure placed on the block but the results are absolutely magical!! honest!.. Great for people who have arthritis or limited dexterity.. I LOOOOVE THIS (can you tell?)
Mwah to da sistahs who will put a little ROCK in their BLOCK


  1. Lorie says:

    I would love to have a set of these blocks but there are no sizes of the blocks. What are the sizes?

  2. VIcki Burns says:

    OH MY! I am pretty much a one-handed stamper, so these sound AWESOME!

  3. WOW! These look awesome!!

  4. shelleybella says:

    Hi Emily,
    I’m coming by for a short visit tomorrow, my DD is flying back from
    Italy… but I have to get my hands on your amazing Rock-A-Blocks!
    Your in store demo blew my mind!
    I also miss playing at your place!
    Can’t wait to try out the new space! 🙂

    See ya soon,

  5. AmyR says:

    hmmmm those DO look interesting!! Way cool!

  6. Patricia/gothabella says:

    That looks like a really nifty tool. Can’t wait to try it!

  7. Gayle says:

    Hi Em
    Finally a British innovation in stamping…we’re normally miles behind our North American friends. Congrats to you and Sara (Crafters Companion) for bringing these to the Bella Sistahhood!!!
    mcmwah, mcmwah, mcmwah (Scottish kisses)
    Gayle x

  8. Barb W. says:

    Love these Rock-a-Blocks Em. I have been playing, I mean using them all afternoon & getting great results with my Bellas & my other unmounted stamps. I highly recommend this product. Bummer! Now I have to stop & make supper.

  9. Jess Willison says:

    I’m buying these today!

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