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Posted by taunia1
Fri, Feb 7, 03 at 8:58
|I absolutely LOVE this list! Thanks Barbie! I thought it might help someone. I know it is helpful to me.
GIFTS for STAMPERS that will fit in a Rak envelope:
can you add to this list?
1- 3D dots
3- Accordion book insert
4- Accordion book made by you for them!
5- Alphabets stamped or cut out
6- All occasion STAMPED QUOTES kit! All in a zippy bag.
7- Background (homemade) layering papers
8- Balloons to stamp on or embellish cards with
9- Bookmarks- blank
10- Bookmarks- homemade
11- Bookmark kit! Homemade in a zip bag! Everything to make a complete
12- Bows- made of ribbon
13- Bows- stamped
14- Buttons- bought or homemade
15- Calendar- mini stamped
16- Card fronts from swaps for ideas!
17- Card kits- homemade in a zip bag! Everything to make a complete
18- Cards- blank
19- Cards with a large UNCOLORED image on the front so THEY CAN COLOR it
20- Card stock samples
21- Collage items- pictures etc.
22- Confetti- bought or made
23- Coupon for items that you sell?
24- Crimped quotes
25- Crimped layering papers
26- Crimped images
27- Double stick paper sheets
28- Embellishments- bought or homemade
29- Envelopes- bought or homemade
30- Envelope gift bags!
31- Envelopes- mini!
32- Envelope patterns
33- EP sample
34- Explosion inserts- pre-folded! Ready to insert in a card
35- Faux postage stamped images
36- Faux postage sheets that they can stamp and cut and use
38- Felt for layering
39- Fiber-string, yarn, metallic threads, etc
40- FF sample
41- Foil paper
42- Frames- stamped
43- Fun foam
44- Gift bags that they can stamp on.
45- Gift tags- blank or that you have made
46- Gift box- blank or that you have stamped
48- Glitter sprayed layering papers
49- Images- stamped
50- Images- a zip bag full of birthday images!
51- Images- stamped all occasion in a zip bag.
52- Jute string
53- Labels- blank
54- Labels mailing labels with their name and addy!
56- Lace, paper- bought or you cut with your fiskars!
57- Magic mesh pieces
58- Mulberry paper samples
59- Paper- homemade
60- Paper for layering
61- Paper- scraps
62- Patterns for cards etc
63- PE samples- just dump a little in a zip bag!
64- Photo corners bought or homemade
65- Popup card- blank that they can use!
66- Postage stamps- cancelled
67- Postage stamps they can use
68- Punched bookmarks
69- Punched tags
70- Punched images
71- Quotes- list
72- Quotes- stamped for layering
75- Ribbon- wide that can be stamped on
76- Sand samples
77- Scrapbook TOPPER ideas list
78- Seed packages for planting
81- Sticker labels that they can stamp on and use
82- Stickers- Homemade using xyron
83- Tags- blank
84- Tags, gift -blank or homemade
85- Tags that you have made
86- Tape- double stick
87- Tape- mounting
88- Teabag folding instructions
89- Teabag folding papers
90- Teabag folding s so they can use them on their cards!
91- Technique instructions
92- Template- bought or made
93- Template for clouds!
94- Template for grass
95- Tips on how to use a product or stamping item
96- Tissue paper
97- Tissue paper envy
98- Tissue paper wrapping paper that you have made!
99- Trading cards- blank
100- Trading cards- that you have made
101- Trading card kits (homemade in a zip bag!
Everything to make a complete T. card!)
102- Tri fold cards- pre-cut bought or YOU CUT THEM
103- Um s
105- Vellum envys
106- Vellum decorative- bought or homemade
107- Wallpaper samples
108- Webbing sprayed layering papers
109- Window cards- precut bought or YOU CUT THEM
111- Wrapping paper samples for layering
|Great list (I love lists) and great gifts. |
This is also nice for my "where did I put it " list.
|Minnie, this is my favorite one of all. It's so helpful.|
|I love the list but I'm drawing a blank on "Rak" envelope?|
|RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS; give aways?|
|Thanks I thought it was a regular sized envelope lol|
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