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    Senior Scrapper Cass17's Avatar
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    I would like to order a custom stamp or maybe not completely custom, but something I could use to stamp the back of my handmade cards. All I found was paperangel.com and they have no dimensions listed so I have no idea if they will be small enough for what I want. Does anyone have other sites for this? Thanks.

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    Senior Scrapper judyjay's Avatar
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    I know that you can order custom stamps from Stampin Up. I'm not sure exactly how much custom they will do but I do know that they will do name & address & some other things. If you have access to a catalog, it's near the very back. You could check their web site too to see what they have.
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    I ordered mine from paperangel.com. I have the one that is round and says handmade by dianna. The stamp is perfect for the back of cards. It is.....a little bigger than a nickel...but smaller than a quarter!

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    Senior Scrapper jujuann's Avatar
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    Sometimes you can get one made in your local area by the office supply stores.
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