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4.08.2008

I'm back!

Thank you everyone for your well wishes on my exam! After 250+ multiple choice questions and a complete design problem in one day I am done with the exam. The unfortunate part is that I have to wait until JULY to find out my test scores....oh the wait! Oh well! At least it's over!


Guess what came a few days ago in the mail? The packaging for my stamps:


Each stamp set will come in a lovely brushed silver hinged tin with a ribbon around it! Like a present every time! It's even got the neat little finger grips seen in the picture above so they are super easy to open. When you get the stamp set, it will be in the tin, all you have to do is peel them off the acrylic sheet and place them into the tin. (No cutting or trimming necessary!!) There will be a 4" x 6" sticker with all the images full size, that you can place on the front or back of the tin to let you know what is inside.
Many clear stamp designers will ship their stamps in a clear CD case. I chose to do the silver tin because, over time, if your stamps are exposed to lots of light, they may yellow. While it doesn't affect the quality of your stamps at all, I still don't like them to turn yellow, thus the tin to block any extra sunlight from getting on your stamps. (As long as you don't leave them sitting in the sun they will be fine. Plus I ordered stamps from many different manufacturers, and looked at ones in the store that had been sitting for a while to make sure mine would resist yellowing!)
I'll also be selling the tin separately! (Soon I'll have some projects to show you that can be completed with just the tin. My mom came up with the idea for one of them!) The tin is the size of a DVD case, and will actually hold two of my stamp sets, so don't worry about needing more room to store your new cool stamps in! I promise that I'll have some images soon of the stamps! I have pages and pages (literally) of images and am combining them and coordinating them into sets. Then I have to choose which ones to offer first! So exciting!

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  1. Neat idea- my clear stamps aren't organized very well yet.

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