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Old 08-08-2006, 02:57 PM   #1  
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Default i just received my festive favorites

and was curious if anyone knew the type of wood the stamps are mounted on?
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thanks! going to mount the large stamp seperately and my husband wanted to know what type of wood.
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A lot of people are mounting them separate. It is a beautiful stamp no matter how it is used. I had my DH cut my wood and mounted mine as 3 instead of one. However, with the Stamp-a-ma-jig it would still be very easy to stamp it to make it look like one stamp if I decided to. So I have the best of both worlds.
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I have cut mine out seperatly as well, but mounted each piece on the front and back of the block. Works awesome, since I didn't have another peice of wood handy.
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I received my Festive Favourites stamp set today and I can't decide whether I should cut it or keep it whole. What made you decide to cut it? How do you demo with a stamp set that you have cut? How do your customers respond to you when you say it came as one and you cut into thirds?

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