Concord and 9th - Christmas - Clear Photopolymer Stamps - Deck the Halls Turnabout

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Use the Deck the Halls Turnabout Clear Photopolymer Stamp for a unique and fun background to your Christmas cards! The package includes one clear stamp on a 6" x 6" storage sheet. The stamp features ornaments, pine boughs, snowflakes and holly. It can be used with an acrylic block and inks of your c...  Full Description & Details
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Use the Deck the Halls Turnabout Clear Photopolymer Stamp for a unique and fun background to your Christmas cards! The package includes one clear stamp on a 6" x 6" storage sheet. The stamp features ornaments, pine boughs, snowflakes and holly. It can be used with an acrylic block and inks of your choice (sold separately). The stamp is by Concord & 9th and made in the USA.

Made in the USA
Yes
Dimensions
6" x 6"
Number of Pieces
1
SKU
con-10460
UPC
090222399341
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  • Verified Buyer

    Getting ready for Christmas season!

    That's an incredible stamp with which you can create incredible projects! It's the perfect stamp for Christmas cardmaking!!! I'm totally in love with it!

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  • Verified Buyer

    Custom colored papers for holidays

    Excellent pattern in this recent addition to the Concord and 9th series of turnabout stamps best used with a stamp positioning tool; allows matching or coordinating a background for other papers in one's stash of printed papers.

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