Concord and 9th - Clear Acrylic Stamps - Perfectly Penned

Description & Information

You have so many creative options with the Perfectly Penned Clear Acrylic Stamp Set by Concord & 9th! Create your own tags for treat baskets, party favors, sewing projects and more. This set includes three alphabet sets with numbers and symbols, 134 stamps total. The uppercase script letters measure approximately .5" wide, the lowercase script letters measure approximately .25" wide and the Serif letters measure approximately .25" wide. The script letters have tails that connect! This set of stamps (letters and sayings such as created by, please deliver to, special delivery and more) comes on a 6" x 8" storage sheet and is made in the USA.


SKU: con-10132 UPC: 671839723073

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  • Very clever alphabet design

    This alphabet is great. You have to stamp each letter individually, but when you finish your word looks like brush lettering. There's a video that explains how to use the Sophisticated Script by Concord and 9th which is the same as this alphabet only larger.

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  • Verified Buyer

    Great for personal text

    This seems to be working very well. I am making place cards and it is fairly easy to line up the names. I think I will use this often

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  • 9th & Concord: Perfectly Penned

    Good: Way better results than I could get using my hand.
    Comment: These require some practice! Not as simple as Jennifer McGuire makes it look. There's a lot of give and take when using these ... practice, practice, practice. AND for my brain, having the alphabet spread about in a chaotic fashion is NOT my cup of tea. Takes extra effort just to find the letter you wish to use.

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  • Concord and 9th clear stamps Perfectly Penned

    Great ,the letters to write with I have ever seen ,they go together right at the ends ,and make perfect words.

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  • Verified Buyer

    Connect tne dots

    Finally I can spelled words I couldn't find stamps for.

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Product Questions & Answers

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    What is the size difference between this and the other cursive set from same company? The other set looks larger?   By: User (30-Jan-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • There is a product description with each set, detailing the size of the letters. I can only speak about the set which I own; Perfectly Penned. The lowercase cursive "a" is approximately .25 x .25 inches, the "d" approximately 5/8" high and the "f" approximately 3/4" high. The serif letters are approximately .25 inches high and wide. I find the set perfect for stamping longer sentiments, and yes, it takes some practice. By: n buzzard (02-Feb-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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