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Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2012
Started by Amanda Bodine. Last reply by Cindy Potentier Dec 29, 2011.
I thought it would be fun to see what everyone's first face stamp was, and out of the ones you have know what set would you suggest to a face stamp newbie??My first set was "everyday character face…Continue
Started by Angelica Suarez. Last reply by The Scrapbooking Queen Dec 28, 2011.
Do share - which set do you turn to again and again?
Tags: Assortments, Faces
Started by Gayle Shrader. Last reply by The Scrapbooking Queen Dec 28, 2011.
Anyone have any tips or tricks for adding color to the stamps!!! I haven't really tried that much and just would love some tips!!!Thanks Continue
No problem Andrea! Anytime :-)
@ Andrea Asher - There are some differences....
Wide Eyed -- Mouths in some of the stamps, eye features (such as: eye lids), noses are smaller more "kid like".
The Everyday Character has been out for awhile. The Wide Eyed Kids is newer. Both are really good sets to have!
Just wanted to share a fun post by Chloe. Love her work.
I have the PK faces for the everyday doll set from Cricut, the one for raggedy ann and andy, flower faces. I just started out and made a gift card holder for my niece who graduated from Dental assistant school. And I also made a Ann and Andy paper doll
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