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Beach Shells / Sand Dollar Punchers & Palm Tree / Starfish Stamps

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#1 TigerLily

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    Posted 05 April 2012 - 06:44 AM

    Used these for our "boarding pass" save-the-dates. Selling all 4 pcs (shipping included) for $30. PM me if any q's...thanks : )


    1) Martha Stewart Punch Around the Page Beach Shells Edge Punch- absolutely love the punch but probably won't need it again-super easy to use too. Used it for our diy boarding pass envelopes and also our ceremony programs.


    2) Martha Stewart Punch Around the Page Sand Dollar Corner Punch- this coordinates with the above edge punch.


    3) Palm Tree Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp- palm tree measures about 4" X 3".


    4) Starfish Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp-  measures about 1.5" X 1.5".


    #2 Lorrierenewal

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      Posted 08 April 2012 - 08:17 AM

      Hello Tigerlily,


      Congratulations on your recent wedding - all the best to both of you.  I am new to this website.  Actually I will have been married 20 years next year in 2013!  My husband and I are celebrating with a vow renewal on a cruise ship.  It was not the first time being married for the both of us and, on top of that we had to "blend" a family which statisically should have gone against us.  But here we are 20 years later and I am planning a destination event to celebrate!


      Your stamps and punches are beautiful.  Do you have any of them left?  If you do, I would love to purchase them all.  Only thing is, you would have to mail them to Canada.  We can make some sort of arrangement - should not be too expensive.   I live in Montreal and my postal code is J3Y 8V2 (if you would like to estimate the mailing).


      Let me know and - thank you.  Talk soon!



      #3 Skygirl

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        Posted 10 April 2012 - 04:54 PM

        congrats on your big day!i was looking at your invites envelopes and was wondering what script did you use to write the adress?was it easy to get the cardstock through the printer?and also for the palm tree stamp,did you find it messy or easy to make an easy smooth palm stamp?tnx a lot

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