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Unread 05-14-2013, 09:05 AM   #1
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Default Are these Stampin Up Stamps???

Found these in a box of stamps a friend gave me. Are these Stampin Up Stamps??? What year and is this a complete set??

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I don't know, but they are very cute!!
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If they're stampin' up they should have the stmapin' up logo for copyright and year of release on the sticker somewhere.
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yes they are~ I can't remember what year they were in the catalog but it was quite a while ago.
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It looks like this set Working Woman.

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If they're stampin' up they should have the stmapin' up logo for copyright and year of release on the sticker somewhere.
They came to me in a big box of assorted stamps. All thrown together. No clam box and the sticker cut so close to the image that there was no date. And the rubber was not even cut before put on the blocks. So I gathered these did not come from an SU lovin household

So I came to the only place I know I could get help. My SCS friends so thank you so much Lorien!
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check the SU gallery. it will have the complete set. this will let you know if your set is complete or not.
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check the SU gallery. it will have the complete set. this will let you know if your set is complete or not.
Can't find a set called Working Women in the SU gallery

Set too old to be in the gallery maybe???
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i checked-can't find either
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Can't find a set called Working Women in the SU gallery

Set too old to be in the gallery maybe???
They only have galleries for older sets that have over a certain number of cards.
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Yep, it is old...1993. So if you want to see if there are any cards in the gallery with that set, you'd need to use the gallery search feature. (in the left column on the main gallery page)
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They came to me in a big box of assorted stamps. All thrown together. No clam box and the sticker cut so close to the image that there was no date. And the rubber was not even cut before put on the blocks. So I gathered these did not come from an SU lovin household

So I came to the only place I know I could get help. My SCS friends so thank you so much Lorien!
Back in the early years, not everyone knew to cut the rubber before mounting it on the wood blocks. (not everyone reads the directions! LOL) One lady I knew bought foam-mounted stamps (SU! used to offer foam-mounted or wood-mounted), and then told us that her handy husband made wood blocks for them, and I looked at her stamps, and she had not trimmed the rubber before mounting it onto her husband's blocks... ALSO back in the early years the stickers were sometimes too big for the block - I can see a confused newbie stamper trying to assemble the stamps and not trimming the stamps and trimming the stickers instead!
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I didn't know we were supposed to keep the label with the title of the set to put onto the clamshell as identification so ALL of my very first SU sets don't have the name label LOL. Just like when I got my first Stazon pads years ago, of course I threw out the plastic that goes inside the pad to keep the ink wet - DOH!!!!!
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