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January 31, 2009


Lisa Hoag

Very cool!!! It's awesome :)

Lauren Y.

WOW! The butterfly is too pretty! Thanks for sharing!

Theresa Forseth

This is a BRILLIANT idea!!!

Lorraine Castellon-Rowe

I love what you've done with your new stamps LeeAnn. Great idea using your crop a dile to add holes to your butterfly!
Lorraine Castellon-Rowe

Marion Dornan

This goes way beyond cool!

Michelle Gray

Oh My Gosh! You are so clever!!!!!! TFS!


and to think of all the rubber I have thrown out over the years....thanks for sharing this awesome idea..


Super cute


You are sooooooo smart--I have hated throwing that stuff away, but other than making a stencil, couldn't think of what to use it on! TFS!

Candice Jordan

Here's another way to use rubber scraps for making your own stamps. It's not as easy as Lee Ann's example, but can give you ideas on how to use that scrap--and anyone who wants scrap for just the cost of postage, please contact me, I have bins of it looking for a new home.



I've always saved my leftover rubber to use when making shaker boxes or to use as a pop-up. I love your idea!


What a great idea, LeeAnn! I love your new stamps!


An inspiring post.
So clever

Sue Ring

You are so clever!!! I love this idea!


That is an AWESOME idea!! I had wondered if they would cut well in the Big Shot and you actually tried it and it worked so well!!! Thanks for sharing!

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