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Monday, June 19, 2006

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Karen

WOW!! Those look great. Could you talk about how that is done on a podcast? Maybe combine it with rubber stamp info.

Renee

Super cute!! I really love them.

Kate

Your stamp is fantastic. So cute!

Maryann

Yes, yes, put it in the podcast! Those are so cute! I just started the body on my amineko, I bought polyfil and yes, aquarium gravel to use for weight. Wal-mart didn't have any pellets for stuffed animals, and the plastic bb's were too expensive!

Kelly

The stamp came out great!

Dena

I love how the stamp turned out. I bought some of the same material to create a logo stamp for my new business. But I never got around to doing it. Now I'm inspired to do it once again.

AmyP

Oh, that is so cute! Now, where did put my block of lino ...?

Niki

Those look awesome! I also like the "rough" look. Not that I need another craft, but I would love to make a stamp for my Bean. I might have to give it a try!

jessie

Those are adorable! I used to do some woodblock printing and I really enjoyed it. I think stamp printing might have more practical applications, always a nice feature of a hobby!

Susan

WOW!!!! Very impressive work!! I really like your work.

rebecca

OMG! love this

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