Stampaway FAQs

We are committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our attendees and staff. Remember, when visiting we ask all guests to use the recommended prevention practices for COVID-19 outlined by the Ohio Department of Health:

  • When not feeling well, or have a fever, stay at home
  • Facial coverings are required
  • Social Distancing of at least 6 feet from others
  • Use hand sanitizing stations provided at all entrances
  • Washing hands with water and soap for 20 seconds
  • Utilization of barriers in high volume areas
  • Daily frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high touch surfaces areas

While we can’t eliminate all risks associated with the spread of COVID-19, we will do our best to minimize these risks. We look forward to seeing you at the show and sincerely thank you for your understanding.

Can I order my tickets by phone?
Beginning in 2020, all tickets sales will be online only. 

Do I need to bring anything with me?
Each instructor will ask you to bring materials necessary for their class. Please refer to the class description for details.

Can I sign up for classes once I am at Stampaway?
Yes, but only if there are tickets available for the class(es) you would like to take. You are best to sign up for classes ahead of time on our website.

Can I buy admission tickets at the door?
Yes. You can buy admission tickets at the door the day of the convention.

What about the preview party? Can I buy those tickets at the door as well?
No. The Friday Night Preview Party tickets are pre-sale only.

Stampaway is a bit of a drive for me. Are there nearby hotels I can stay at?
Absolutely! We have made arrangements with the hotels closest to the Convention Center & they have given up special rates. Details can be found on the Location & Lodging page.

I lost my wrist band. Now what?
We record your wristband registration when you purchase it. As long as you have an ID, we will replace it.

Can I change classes if I change my mind?
Yes, as long as there as spots available in the class you are interested. Please be aware that you will have to pay any additional costs.

How can I work at Stampaway?
Stampaway is a production of Royal Acme and is staffed by our employees. The exhibitors, however, may request workers for their booth, usually in July. Please sign up for our email newsletter to be in-the-know.

Can I bring my 'Stamping Case'?
Yes. It is recommended that you bring your 'stamping case' to each class. In the individual class descriptions, additional supplies are listed. Please remember that a scrapbooking case and a rolling suitcase are not the same thing. You will be asked to check a rolling suitcase at the coat check room during your visit.

What should I bring in my Stamping Case?
A ruler (metal edge preferred), pencil, paper, craft knife, cutting mat, glue stick, double-sided tape, markers, a few pigment ink pads, and a black dye ink pad

Are there any restrictions for strollers?
Yes. There are no strollers or rolling suitcases permitted on the convention center floor for safety and liability reasons. You will be able to check strollers and suitcases at the coat check room near the Main Lobby.

Are there wheelchairs available at the Sharonville Convention Center?
No. The Sharonville Convention Center is handicap accessible, but wheelchairs are not available on-site.

Can I take pictures of the artwork?
You need to first ask the vendor, teacher, etc before taking pictures. 

Can I bring my children?
Yes, we encourage visitors of all ages! Children 7 and under are admitted free.

Who is Royal Acme and why did they charge my credit card?
Royal Acme is our parent company and your credit card purchases will reflect charges by Royal Acme.