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Santoro London - Gorjuss Rubber Stamp - Number 2 - New Heights

Santoro London - Gorjuss Rubber Stamp - Number 2 - New Heights

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Use the New Heights Number 2 Gorjuss Rubber Stamp by Santoro London to make cards and other creative projects. This rubber stamp comes on a 2" x 4" storage sheet.  Full Description & Details
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Use the New Heights Number 2 Gorjuss Rubber Stamp by Santoro London to make cards and other creative projects. This rubber stamp comes on a 2" x 4" storage sheet.
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  • So how do you ladies, remove the Santoro London Logo, that they slap right in the middle of the stamp (On the stamp itself, it's directly between the girl's legs, above the book stack)? I find it odd that the logo on the stamp doesn't show in any of the stamp's pictures- but on the actual stamp itself, it's right in the center.. How do you use the stamp w/o having that business logo in the stamped image??? Luckily, this is the ONLY stamp company, I've seen to misrepresent or falsely advertise, what you will actually be getting with a stamp.. :(   By: alyssenicole (30-Nov-16) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • You can cover the image with a piece of post it not or scotch tape, but remember to remove it before you stamp it on your project! You can do this with any stamp you own. If there is any part of the stamp you don't want on project just tape it off, ink up your stamp, remember to remove it By: mdpainter (01-Dec-16) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • I have tried both ways suggested and masking it off, though somewhat annoying to do each time, has yielded cleaner results on the final stamped image. By: A. Strawberry (20-Jul-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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