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Old 09-22-2006, 07:51 AM   #1  
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Can anyone do me a big favor and stamp Olive Green, Forest Green, Saddle Brown, and Timber Brown staz on ink (using a solid image) so I can compare the colors next to each other? I would really appreciate it. I hate to invest in them and then find out its not what I'm looking for.
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No one? Any of the colors would be useful, even if you don't have them all. Please help me!
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Old 09-22-2006, 08:20 PM   #3  
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Sorry, I would if I had any of thoes colors. I haven't got any stazon yet. Bumpin for you!
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I believe I have both greens and Timber Brown.. LMK I can help you!!!
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Here are some colors I have. The colors do look a little distorted in the picture. I love the first 4 colors...not crazy about midnight blue (kinda teal) and blazing red (kinda pink). But they look a little different stamped in something that is not solid. But I really want to get Timber Brown.
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Thank you, this is a big help!
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