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LDRS Creative - Designer Dies and Rubber Stamps - Sweet Treats

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LDRS Creative - Designer Dies and Rubber Stamps - Sweet Treats

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Wish someone special sweet wishes using the Sweet Treats Designer Die and Clear Acrylic Stamp Set by LDRS Creative. This set includes 29 pieces rubber stamps and dies. The stamps can be used with your favorite inks and an acrylic block and the dies are compatible with most die cutting machines all sold separa...  Full Description & Details
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Wish someone special sweet wishes using the Sweet Treats Designer Die and Clear Acrylic Stamp Set by LDRS Creative. This set includes 29 pieces rubber stamps and dies. The stamps can be used with your favorite inks and an acrylic block and the dies are compatible with most die cutting machines all sold separately. The included pieces measure from .25" x .25" to 2" x 1.25".
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  • Hello , I hope and pray that someone would help me with my dilemma . one of my stamps was separating off the picture. I also am wondering about the dies I thought when laying the dies down the flat part goes down and the sharp faces up. When I stamp the picture it does not go with the dies I have to face the sharp part down and the flat part is up instead of down. Thank You   By: J7iguana (20-Sep-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I haven't had any problems yet. I always put the sharp side face down on the design. Right or wrong that always works best gor me. My pictures have not separated. Is it just the decal or is it the rubber separating from the upper layer. If it's the decal you can just add a little glue. If it's the rubber itself separating you might want to contact LDRS. I HOPE this helps!!! By: nanshine (21-Sep-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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