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Okay so technical things aside, I am going to share with you it’s okay to not like all of the stamps in a set……and even cut them up!!! So here is a Thoughtful Branches card and the sentiment I have cut.

Thoughtful Branches Inspiring inkin stampin' up! UK2

It’s a lovely straight forward card to make I adore the detail of the tree, it cuts so effortlessly.

But this is what I did to my stamps.  Do be aware that it probably invalidates any guarantee on stamps once you have taken a pair of scissors to them so make sure they are all okay first and there is no danger you will need to return them……..You can see how much the stamps have been used because they are so pink, it’s just the nature of photopolymer that is stains, it makes the stamps easier to find on a messy craft table though!

Thoughtful Branches Inspiring inkin stampin' up! UK

I have kept the ‘and’ because I might need it on something else, but I do prefer the sentiment  ‘Always in my heart’.

One of the most common questions I get asked is how do I get the rubber stamps to sit straight on the blocks, Below is a video I made a couple of years ago about assembling clear and wood mounted rubber stamps and all is revealed in the video!

Click on the video above to play the How to assemble your stamps video.

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