September Swaps

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Thanks for stopping by!  Today I ‘m posting some stamping ideas from our group of Florida demonstrators.  We got together this past Sunday.  Above in the slide show  are some of the swaps and share table goodies!

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4 Responses to September Swaps

  1. Pat Turner says:

    Love the slide show. Thank you for sharing really enjoyed watching.

  2. Fay Chave says:

    Beautiful cards. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Jessica says:

    I thourouly enjoyed the video of the brayering technique. I guess using a brayer instead of just smearing the ink pad over the top would work so much better! lol I came over to check out the old stamp cleaning video and found that very informative too. What about cleaning clear stamps? Do you have any info on that? I do try to clean mine right away. But I have a set that I used stazon on before I realized that wasn’t the best idea, and it just doesn’t come off! The stamps I used it on are pretty much ruined. But I’d like to try something to see if I can get the gunk from between the lines and maybe be able to use them again. Whew, long winded………..Thanks for all your infoQ

  4. lindastamps says:

    those polymer/clear stamps are tough to get the ink off of! StazOn cleaner works well and WD40 gets off really stained stuff although I never tried it on the poly/clear stamps. I spray a little on a towel and rub the stamp with the WD40

    Linda Heller Stampin’ Up Demonstrator, Sr. Mgr 407-767-6971 or toll free 1-866-460-4902 My Stampin’ Blog: Join Stamping School!

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