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June 20, 2010


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Thanks for the tip, Deborah! I'm often plagued by uneven stamping so I will definitely be trying out this one. Glad to see you are able to do some stamping. Hope you will be 100% better very soon!

donna mikasa

Thanks for sharing another "10 second rule"....Must give it a go!


Why oh why did you wait so long to share that little nugget????? :)) Doesn't it just kill you when you waste all that ink, not to mention the paper when those large stamps leave areas partially stamped? THANKS for the great tip, Deborah; I will put it to the test tonight!


I always stamp on a magazine - gives you that bit of give - but I didn't know the rest of the trick. Thanks for sharing. I can get your blog by going thru a proxy site - I can be sneaky too!

Barb :)

Great tip, Deborah! Love this idea! Will definitely be trying it soon! Thank you! :)

Alice W.

thanks for the tip, Deborah! have to try this!!

Heather Maria

Thanks for the great tip Deborah! I often get uneven background images when I stamp so I'll certainly try this next time!

Marcy Kaminski

Thanks for this great tip Deborah! I've wasted more paper trying to get and even pressed backgound!

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