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Old 03-10-2009, 04:50 AM   #1  
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I was to a big stamp store in Cinnicinati years ago. Is it still in business? Also, is there a huge rubber stamp statue there? Spring break is coming and we are thinking of a little trip. Thanks in advance!
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I am guessing it was Stamp Your Art Out in Blue Ash (just outside the city). They are still there and have lots of great stamps!!!

They also have a website but I am not sure how helpful it would be.

There is also an Archiver's just 10 minutes to the north.
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Yes, Stamp Your Art Out is still there. The web site at www.stamwayusa.com has their hours, classes, and newsletter on it along with information on their big rubber stamp convention in August

Not aware of any rubber stamp statute here lol.

Also, not far across the river from Cincinnati in Fort Mitchell, KY is a store called The Creative Stamper. Not quite as large as SYAO, but staff are friendly and helpful.

There is also a scrapbook store on the west side called Scraps. Not many stamps, but tons of paper and embellishments.

Oh, yeah, the usual chains too, Archiver's, Joann's, Michael's and Hobby Lobby too.
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In addition to everything else previously mentioned, there is a "new" Michaels in the West Chester area (Cox Road) just north of Cincinnati. Also--if you want to take a road trip a little farther north, Marco's Paper is in the Dayton area and directions are on their website. Have a good time!
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Yes, Stamp Your Art Out is still there. The web site at www.stamwayusa.com has their hours, classes, and newsletter on it along with information on their big rubber stamp convention in August

Not aware of any rubber stamp statute here lol.

Also, not far across the river from Cincinnati in Fort Mitchell, KY is a store called The Creative Stamper. Not quite as large as SYAO, but staff are friendly and helpful.

There is also a scrapbook store on the west side called Scraps. Not many stamps, but tons of paper and embellishments.

Oh, yeah, the usual chains too, Archiver's, Joann's, Michael's and Hobby Lobby too.
The SYAO link didn't work hopefully this one will - http://www.stampawayusa.com/
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Thanks for posting the correct link for SYAO. For some reason, I couldn't edit this when I first noticed it.

Wasn't aware we had a new style Mike's in West Chester!

Yes, Marco's is great for paper, Spellbinders products and other accessories. It's on the south side of Dayton so it's less than an hour from SYAO.
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Thanks for the info....who has that large rubber stamp with LOVE on it? Maybe I am dreaming...sad when you even dream of rubberstamps
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