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Darcie's Heart & Home Stamps


Darcie Heater
has been designing products for the crafting industry for over 25 years. Her talents have been utilized in various areas of the industry, including the design and manufacture of: Rubber Stamps, Scrapbooking Products, Paper Design, Templates and Patterns, Fabric, Iron on Transfers, Embroidery, Machine Embroidery, Giftware, Instructional Books, Tole Painting, Greeting Cards and More.

Darcie started her business in 1984. She taught Tole Painting classes at a local craft store, and soon was publishing instruction books and manufacturing wooden items for the Tole Painting Industry.

 

The rubber stamp portion of the business was added in 1990, when customers began asking for her designs as rubber stamps. Soon Darcie began using the stamps, and the line grew rapidly. A line of paper products, templates and scrapbooking products was added in 1996. The business was moved to a small manufacturing facility where it remained until 2007.