Isn't this set lovely for faux postage? (Okay, so they're a little BIG, but...!) No need to sponge or make a mask! For this I swiped the stamp with a few Rich Regal spots, then misted and stamped. Trim with scissors and draw a dotted line to match the CS you are mounting it on.
Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 GMT Views: 3640
Registered: April 29, 2003 Location: Edmond, OK Posts: 19317
Tue, Jun 22, 2004 @ 4:28 PM
Melanie...I can't wait to meet you. You are on a roll. All your latest cards wow me. Love it. Don't tell you those 37s are handwritten in. They are so even...That's why I stamp. Can't draw and my handwritting is not that good.
Registered: May 15, 2004 Location: West Virginia Posts: 388
Wed, Jun 23, 2004 @ 3:12 AM
love the big stamps. whooooo on a roll grammie
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Registered: April 8, 2004 Location: Austin, TX Posts: 4855
Wed, Jun 23, 2004 @ 3:59 AM
I saw the post about the faux scissors in the forum but didn't bother to reply BECAUSE: I found them at Big Lots (used to MacFrugals) about a year ago for 99 cents (!), but have never seen anything like them there since. For those of you who don't have these stores in you area, they are are bargain closeout cneters that only get certain things in at certain times, and then usually never do again, so you have to look often! I was so excited to find them that day because I had beeen wanting some and hadn't been able to find them anywhere (and they really work well, too, don't stick like some of those other inexpensive deco scissors you buy, a very lucky purchase!)