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Old 12-05-2007, 06:06 AM   #1
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Going to be in Saint Johnsburg between Christmas and New Years.
Is there any good stamping stores? Dirving so any from the start of Vermont to Saint Johnsburg.
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Old 12-05-2007, 06:59 AM   #2
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Last year we spent the holidays in VT and I made a trip to Scrapbook Nook in Bellows Falls, VT -- http://www.scrapbn.com/index.html. They have tons of papers. I don't remember what their stamp selection was like. It was the first non-chain store I had been to so I was very very impressed at the time!!

I mapped it from Saint Johnsburg. Bellows Falls is about 100 miles south, off Rte 91. I don't know what you mean by start of VT (bottom of VT?), but if you are driving up 91 and if you have the time, it's worth a stop! Have fun in VT -- what a gorgeous state!!
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Old 12-05-2007, 08:25 AM   #3
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The exits on Interstate 91 and 89 in Vermont can be 10 to 15 miles miles apart, and there are no billboards in Vermont. So if you need to stop at a gas station/pee break, best get it done when you can ! (they do have the little blue signs near the exits that say if there is a gas station/restaurant/hotel on the exits) Have fun, though. I'm from up that way and miss it alot!
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Old 12-05-2007, 10:42 AM   #4
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The Scrapbook Nook in Bellows Falls is worth the visit for scrapbook supplies: paper, embellishements, etc. I am not crazy about their stamp selection, but I really like the SU or other sets and have a hard time justifying the $$ for just 1 stamp.

I really like this store, they pack a lot into not a huge area and it is all very well organized and displayed.

There is also a Ben Franklin (Creative Habitat) in Burlington, VT that we stop at when we are up that way.

Hope you enjoy your trip!
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