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For All Things Stampset tip

Cindy McCool

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I’ve been playing with this stamp all weekend and when I took my finished card in to show my husband, he read it out loud and said “Hello Falli”. I said to him, no, it’s Fall with an exclamation point! He replied well, it looks like Falli. I had to admit, the distance between the top of the exclamation point and the dot at the end didn’t always show up nicely no matter how light or heavy I stamped. So, I took my craft knife and reinforced the space between the two items and it worked perfectly.

 

I normally would never take scissors or a knife to any rubber stamp set although I see lots of teachers on YouTube doing it (not SU teachers) but I’m very pleased with the result. Hope this helps you if your stamp set was like mine. 

 

Happy Stamping

 

Cindy McCool

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

PO Box 370891

Montara, CA 94037

cindy@

650-867-0037 (text)

 

Cindy McCool
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
PO Box 370891
Montara, CA 94037
cindy@mccoolmgt.com
650-867-0037 (text)
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Re: SU!: For All Things Stampset tip

Renee Thompson

Thanks for the tip. I used a matching ink marker to accentuate the dot on the exclamation mark but I like this idea better.

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I’ve been playing with this stamp all weekend and when I took my finished card in to show my husband, he read it out loud and said “Hello Falli”. I said to him, no, it’s Fall with an exclamation point! He replied well, it looks like Falli. I had to admit, the distance between the top of the exclamation point and the dot at the end didn’t always show up nicely no matter how light or heavy I stamped. So, I took my craft knife and reinforced the space between the two items and it worked perfectly.

 

I normally would never take scissors or a knife to any rubber stamp set although I see lots of teachers on YouTube doing it (not SU teachers) but I’m very pleased with the result. Hope this helps you if your stamp set was like mine. 

 

Happy Stamping

 

Cindy McCool

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

PO Box 370891

Montara, CA 94037

cindy@

650-867-0037 (text)

 

Cindy McCool
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
PO Box 370891
Montara, CA 94037
cindy@
650-867-0037 (text)


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