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Old 08-12-2017, 10:01 AM   #1
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I was purging some stamps and found a few layering sets from Kitchen Sink Stamps. They are so pretty and I can't wait to use them. I thought they went out of business, but they apparently didn't because I checked their website and found LOTS of layering stamps. If you like layering stamps it's worth a look...

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Old 08-12-2017, 01:21 PM   #2
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I have their site bookmarked. I tend to go look, admire, then move on without purchasing. I always think I don't have enough shades of one color ink to do all the layering justice.
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I always think I don't have enough shades of one color ink to do all the layering justice.
Remember you've always got the option of two shades from one pad - stamp off on scrap and then use the second generation for the lighter layer then stamp "full strength" on top with the next layer.
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Maria makes beautiful stamps! I still have lots from when I was on her design team.
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Maria makes beautiful stamps! I still have lots from when I was on her design team.
Thank you, Jan! What a lovely comment to stumble across!
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I love the fonts in the sentiment sets. I had an order recently and one part got held up. She was totally on top of it-let me know, offered to refund me, and was very good about it. I feel good recommending that company.
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