1 Canoe 2 - Saturday Afternoon Collection - Rotary Date Stamp
1 Canoe 2 - Saturday Afternoon Collection - Rotary Date Stamp

1 Canoe 2 - Saturday Afternoon Collection - Rotary Date Stamp

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Save the day and the date with the Rotary Date Stamp from the Saturday Afternoon Collection by 1Canoe2. There is one rotary date stamp included that has years 2014-2025 and rose gold foil accents on the handle.  Full Description & Details
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Save the day and the date with the Rotary Date Stamp from the Saturday Afternoon Collection by 1Canoe2. There is one rotary date stamp included that has years 2014-2025 and rose gold foil accents on the handle.

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    This date stamp is very legible & lasts thru 2025.

    It is very legible & covers years 2014 - 2025. The footprint of this stamp is small, but due to it's legibility it is perfect for any size or style of planner. The hight of print is less than 1/8th & the length of stamp print is just a hair over 1 inch. This is my new favorite date stamp for my planner.

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  • As I do vintage projects, is there any way to just get the day and month and no year? Could I put a piece of tape over the year and it wouldn't show up or would the impression still come through even though there's no ink on it?   By: fburky (16-Sep-19) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Unfortunately, this is not sold without the year. However, if you ink the stamp so that no ink gets on the year that should work. Your idea should also work. Just be sure not to press the stamp hard into the paper for either option. Hope this helps! By: Scrapbook.com (16-Sep-19) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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