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Paris Small Stamps
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Paris Small Stamps

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Pretty Parisian stamps! Youll love this chic set of stamps featuring the iconic Eiffel Towerits perfect for cards, scrapbook pages, ATCs and gift tags. This set measures a petite 2x3, so you can use the Eiffel Tower as a card focal or album page accents, or combine them with the postage stamp to create borders. The stamps are clear acrylic, so its easy to stamp them exactly where you want.

These stamps are easy to use: Simply peel a stamp off the backing sheet, place it on an acrylic holder, ink it up and stamp! Clean your stamp with a stamp cleaner or soap and water, then return it to the sheet, positioning it to match the printed image. (Please dont use baby wipes or acetone, bleach or any oil-based cleaner.) Our special acrylic wont yellow. Stamp sheet measures 2x3.

Part number: 4001037

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Comment Scrapbooking or card making fun.Great little stamp.
Submitted Friday, May 28th @ 11:16 AM

Name
Comment This is a great little stamp. I will love using them on
my cards.
Submitted Sunday, March 21st @ 01:12 PM

Name
Comment Love these little stamps. Nice detail. Great for cardmaking.
Submitted Friday, February 26th @ 02:17 AM

 

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