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Puzzles to stamp?

Posted by Jennifer123 (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 28, 03 at 12:16

I am looking for a place on line to buy the blank puzzles that you can stamp on. I know that Stampin Up and a few craft stores sell them, but I am looking for some place where I can buy a large amount (rather than spend the money to have to buy a ton of packs of 5). If anyone can help me out I would greatly appreciate it.

~Jennifer


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RE: Puzzles to stamp?

Although I do not actually know of a particular website to give you I do have an idea for you. The next time you see the puzzles in the stores, check the package for a website or jot down the name of the company that makes them and do a search.
Wish I could help you more, Good luck.
p.s
I am not a regular poster here, but I lurk often . Im usually on the KT and CD forum
Kathy


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Found something

Did a quick search for "blank puzzles" for you and found this.
http://www.papergoods.com/colored-puzzles.shtml

Kathy


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RE: Puzzles to stamp?

Thanks Kathy! I just check out that link, and the puzzles are 1/2 the price as I have been seeing them for! WOW!

~Jennifer


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RE: Puzzles to stamp?

This is REALLY time consuming but I just took a large puzzle (pieces were large for children)and acrylic painted on them. Then I decoupaged a picture that I cut out to match the puzzle pieces. HA......I did Venus de Milo and Mona. Will post picture later.....but anyway, one could paint with a pale acrylic paint and then stamp, glue on items, etc.


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RE: Puzzles to stamp?

Hmm Rosie, I think I just might try that-for myself! The puzzles I want to buy are for shower gifts. I want to make baby shower gifts and I am going to stamp on them. Thanks for the info.

~Jennifer


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RE: Puzzles to stamp?

Jennifer......I have posted some pics of my puzzle butterflies in the gallery. Would be cute to do for a shower.


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