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Old 08-24-2006, 08:44 AM   #1  
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Question Question - Cards using embellishments welcome?

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I just wondered - although I do use stamps on some of my cards, on others I use different embellishments bought from all over the world and a lot made by myself using punches etc. Also I'm not aware if Stampin' Up stamps can be purchased over here in the good ole' UK!

As I'm quite new to this site, and I realise its primarily a stamping site - I just wondered - am I ok to be involved? I have loads of other cards I want to post on the gallery, but just wondered if it's 'stamping only!!' hehe

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Post away!!! If you are unsure which gallery to put it in just put it in your member gallery and the mods will place it where they think it fits best
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Of course they are welcome, heck, they are encouraged!!! We are always looking for inspiration!
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Thanks for that girls - was a bit unsure!
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As I'm quite new to this site, and I realise its primarily a stamping site - I just wondered - am I ok to be involved?
Yes, you are *VERY* welcome and strongly encouraged to be involved here at SCS!

But, be on your guard . . . "Resistance is futile!"

The Rubbah Borg has a tendency to assimilate all who enter here.































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Christine - I had the same question last week, since a lot of my stamps are other than SU...Everyone has been very encouraging on this site, and I so appreciate it! (ANd by the way, SU does have a lot of neat stamps too, I just have to limit my voracious appetite for stamps of all kinds!!!!)
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