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Martha Stewart Crafts Stamp, Serif Font

Martha Stewart Crafts Stamp, Serif Font
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Martha Stewart Crafts Stamp, Serif Font



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Martha Stewart Crafts Stamps Serif Font. Versatile clear stamps let you create decorative messages or monograms for your cards, place cards, gift packages, and scrapbook pages.

  • Use them with our clear acrylic stamp mounts, sold separately, which let you see exactly where the stamped image will appear on the paper

  • Create meaningful memories by hand with innovative crafting essentials from lifestyle expert Martha Stewart

  • In each product you'll find the quality, thoughtful attention to detail, and how-to expertise that's reflective of Martha's signature style

Product Details:
Product Length: 8.8 inches
Product Width: 5.5 inches
Product Height: 0.5 inches
Package Length: 8.4 inches
Package Width: 5.5 inches
Package Height: 0.4 inches
Package Weight: 0.25 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 1 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:2.0 ( 1 customer reviews )
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3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

2hard to use, bad quality, finished product looked like crap  Apr 26, 2012
By evan8091
I got these stamps for a craft project and they were a total pain in the butt to use. They are all attached to each other, and you have to rip the ones you want off. However, it is really hard to separate the plastic and you have to be really careful not to rip the surrounding letters. In addition, there is no standard spacing between the letters, so it is hard to mount them to an acrylic block and have them look uniform and clean. Lastly, the adhesive is so weak that you only have one good chance to stick the letters to the block. I didn't get it right the first time and had to fix it. The letter kept falling off. My finished product basically looked like some two year old glued alphabet pasta to a potato and used that as a stamp.

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