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Old 09-17-2016, 11:51 AM   #1  
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Hello! So I was just looking at my Cookie Cutter Christmas set and was trying to figure out what the dots between the to and from stamp and the sentiment "Have yourself a beary merry christmas" are. They appear too far apart to be eyes. Anyone help?
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It looks like they punch out separately with the punch so maybe eyes for the gingerbread man?
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They are eyes for the gingerbread man. They punch out, they aren't made to actually stamp the eyes directly on the gingerbread man.
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Thank you both! Mystery solved!
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Another Cookie Cutter Christmas question - how do you get a clean image with the gingerbread man? I have tried SU whisper white and Gina K and had no luck. I do have a Misti and even stamping it over and over it's still not clean. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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Have you tried inking the stamp with versamark and then the ink your using?

I do best checking that ink has been evenly applied before stamping, and always stamping with a pad underneath my paper.
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No, I haven't tried using versamark before inking - I will give that a try. Thank you!
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