Username Post: Acrylic Blocks        (Topic#1536493)
cre8tivemusings
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cre8tivemusings

I don't know where the appropriate place to put this is, but I was wondering if anyone is selling clear acrylic blocks and/or clear stamp cleaner? I won a set of Tim Holtz stamps (set of 7 sets actually) off an auction site, but realize I don't have any blocks to use them with.

I have Paypal. I don't have much in a way of trading. All I have is:
dmc cotton thread/floss in orange, ocre (mostly full), lavendar (mostly full), med. blue (not much left), and dark teal (not much left); I play the harp and have made CDs. Or if anyone is into mineral makeup, I've got lots and lots of that. I know it's not much SB stuff though.


Edited by cre8tivemusings on 06-11-10 07:18 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
Here Kitty
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In response to cre8tivemusings

  • cre8tivemusings Said:
I don't know where the appropriate place to put this is, but I was wondering if anyone is selling clear acrylic blocks and/or clear stamp cleaner? I won a set of Tim Holtz stamps (set of 7 sets actually) off an auction site, but realize I don't have any blocks to use them with.

I have Paypal. I don't have much in a way of trading. All I have is:
dmc cotton thread/floss in orange, ocre (mostly full), lavendar (mostly full), med. blue (not much left), and dark teal (not much left); I play the harp and have made CDs. Or if anyone is into mineral makeup, I've got lots and lots of that. I know it's not much SB stuff though.



We're not supposed to use this site to trade/sell.
http://www.scrapbook.com/forums/showrules.php?
* Do not use Scrapbook.com to advertise, sell, or trade products and services without the express written consent of Scrapbook.com.

You can buy acrylic blocks and cleaner here


 
cre8tivemusings
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In response to Here Kitty

Sorry! I saw the swap board, so I thought swaps were okay, but they all seemed to have themes or whatever. Okay. Thanks!


 
HisGEM
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You can use the bottom of a glass to mount the stamps and use baby wipes to clean them until you get a block and or cleaner....


 
Scrapkaty
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  • New2thisgame Said:
You can use the bottom of a glass to mount the stamps and use baby wipes to clean them until you get a block and or cleaner....



What a great idea using the bottom of a glass..I'm going to have to try it! Thanks for the tip!


 
cre8tivemusings
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In response to Scrapkaty

I didn't see this post until after I went to WalMart and got a MS block on sale, but that is a really great idea!!! Thanks!


 
HisGEM
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In response to cre8tivemusings

I have to thank my friend Holly for the tip glad everthing worked out!


 
CommaHolly
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  • New2thisgame Said:
I have to thank my friend Holly for the tip glad everthing worked out!



LOL, You're welcome


 
cre8tivemusings
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In response to CommaHolly

Thanks, Holly! (oh, and you sig-na-ture line is hilariouse!)


 
angie girl
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In response to cre8tivemusings

You can use an old cd case, too.


 
CommaHolly
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  • cre8tivemusings Said:
Thanks, Holly! (oh, and you sig-na-ture line is hilariouse!)



LOL, glad you got a kick out of it


 
NMlady
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In response to CommaHolly

Use a glass pie plate for larger stamps. Or arrange several stamps on the pie plate for a card.


 
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