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Old 12-24-2008, 05:45 AM   #1
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Mary O'Neill used to be a regular on the Carol Duvall show. But now I never hear of her and her stamp company, no ads, nothing. Does anyone on SCS use these stamps?
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I do have some of her stamps, and have used them for the velvet technique, which works great. You put the stamp face up, put the velvet face down, spritz with a little water, and iron. Gives a beautiful image. I used to enjoy watching her, she was funny. Eileen
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I LOVE embossing velvet. The look is soooo elegant. Other than that, I haven't used her stamps much. I have a few leaves and a "swirly" one and a christmas light bulb, all of which I've only used to emboss velvet!
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Old 12-24-2008, 07:41 AM   #4
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...she still has a website...

http://www.hotpotatoes.com/

...i have used her stamps for pillowcases, t shirts and even on shrink plastic for jewelry...one of our lss used to carry a lot of her products, but they closed some years ago...
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Mary O'Neill is one of my stamping idols -- love her fun spirit and the things she can create from paper. I rarely see her stamps in stores but her website has some nice stuff. I love the retro styles and the chunky styles (and I have enough embossed velvet to make pillows or something to last a lifetime!)
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I have a bunch of Mary O'neill hot potatoes stamps that I have to part with because I am moving to a tiny apartment. Oh how I hate to part with these stamps. She really had a great line of product. I tried to search for her recently but nothing came up. Strange??
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