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February 10, 2008


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That stamp is to DIE for! I am so in love with monkeys, I can't even tell you! LOL! Thanks for showing this technique! I am going to have to add some of those Fantastix to my next order! They look so easy to use and you get such a "fantastic" finished product!!!


Thanks for the great tutorial.


Just ordered the new monkey stamps....LOVE the sample cards you have already created using them. The technique you shared using the Fantastix is so helpful. I recently purchased only one, but wasn't sure how to use it. Now I will undoubtedly need more! I am so glad I found your website and all you have to offer. Your CC Design stamps make such sharp clear images. They are wonderful! Thank you so much for supporting a great hobby!

Judy Jackson

yes, enter me for the free punch! I have some of the Fantastics and have never really used them. Thanks for the demo -- i am going to try them today!

Judy Jackson
judystamper at verizon dot net


I love the blog. I was looking for how to subscribe. I enjoyed your tutorials. I really appreciate the time spent on the tutorials. And I would love to win a free punch!

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This is really superb...

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Maazing stuff, really good ! I alwasy thought that the body is far more important than we give it credit for !

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Thanks for sharing this great tutorial. I will definitely try this in my class and I am sure that it is a great fun for my students.


Have you ever had the blush point not stay firm? Is there anyway to sharpen the end to make a new point?

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