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Conversation Between shazsilverwolf and Starlytte
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  1. Starlytte
    10-12-2011 02:08 PM - permalink
    Starlytte
    Hi there! After some searching I finally found your message.

    What a shame about Non Sequitor =( But thank you muchly for the De Stemelwinkel link!

    So far it seems Stamp Francisco and Cherry Pie are going to be my go-to sites for the kind of art I prefer. I'm like you, I don't like "cute" very much.

    Oh, and I subscribed to your blog =)
  2. shazsilverwolf
    10-10-2011 01:24 AM - permalink
    shazsilverwolf
    Hi Starlytte, I've still been searching around regarding Non Sequitur. I did email Blade Rubber, who told me they went out of business a while ago. Thing is, I knew I had seen somewhere that another company was now doing their stamps, I just couldn't remember who. Finally came to me this morning, They are called De Stempelwinkel, and HERE is the link to the pages with all the Non Sequitur plates on.
    The link to Nonsequitur at the top of the page goes back to the attack page, but when you click on the images to enlarge, you just get a larger picture on De Stempelwinkels own site,yippeee.
    HTH, Shaz