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Old 07-16-2006, 07:23 AM   #1  
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Default Options with flowers when unmounted

This may be no big deal to most of you but yesterday I was playing with some of my penny black brushed long stemmed flowers and I realized that when unmounted I could bend the stems to give a different look. I did this with the big daisy. I am sure that there are many other flower stamps that you could do this with.
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Oh, yes, that is one of the advantages of unmounteds. I can make some of my sayings curvy! Also I cut up the stamps into more pieces and use different stems with different flowers, etc. The ability to manipulate them more allows for mor creativity.
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Another nice thing about un-mounted! You can easly stamp on curved surfaces. I use a small juice bottle to put my stamp on and rolled it around a a glass vase to stamp flowers on it!. Lots of kewl ideas are just waiting!

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