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11/28/2017

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Laura

I like the clear photopolymer for exact stamping...but I'll never pass up a good rubber stamp!
Cute penguin set!

Jean Marmo

I prefer the clear but make the rubber ones work! Thanks for the inspiratioN!

Becca Yahrling

Very cute cards! I love penguins, so adorable!
I prefer the clear so that you can see where you are
stamping; plus they are less bulky & easier to store.

Arianna Barbara

Awww!!! How cute!!! Love these adorable cards!
I prefer clear photopolymer stamps!!!

Esther

Cute stamps and cards!!
I think rubber stamps have a cleaner more precise impression, but clear stamps are much easier to store and organize.

Sue LD

How cute are these penguins. I like stamping with rubber stamps but like the clear ones when you need to see to line things up.

Amy Cooley

Clear photopolymer is my favorite. Thanks! The penguins are adorable.

Denise Bryant

Cutest penguins ever on all of these delightful cards!
Rubber is my preference, definitely!

Adrienne Donze

My daughter LOVES penguins and even though she is now the mom of four kids, she still decorates with them and loves getting cards, etc., with them all over the place.
I'd love to own this fun set. I can see using it for things other than the holidays, too.
Great designing!

Cynthia

Love both, but if I had to pick one, it would be clear due to storage. But rubber is awesome too!

Jodi C.

These penguins are so adorable, along with all of the creations šŸ˜ŠšŸ’–! I really do love the layering possibilities of Clear stamps.... but I still like rubber too! Thank You!

Linda Meunier

The penguins are adorable! My preference is clear! !!

Starqueen

Oh, This stamp set is the coolest! My preference is the stamp image I like...and stamps that I can use in my MISTI! So photopolymer and unmounted rubber are both good!šŸ‘šŸ»

Nance in Reno

Rubber! The best for clean lines although polymer is much better than before.

Ann

I don't have a preference for stamping. Clear is easier to store & usually cheaper, so I buy them for the price.

Kel Habicht

i love the clear stamps. its great being able to know exactly where you are stamping!

Jennifer Archambault

Those penguins and snowflakes! Too cute! I am finding that I prefer the clear polymer stamps now. They are easier to store and are much easier to see through when doing precision stamping. Thanks for sharing your inspiration with us!

Marjorie DUMONTIER

These penguins are the most adorable !! And Iā€™m definitely a rubber stamper ! margessw@icloud.com

Mary Holshouser

I prefer the clear photopolymer stamps. You can see
placement better but I'll be use any of the stamps.
Have lots of both kinds.
Great cards today.
thanks for sharing.

Pat Johnson

I like both, but clear is so much easier to store and stamp multiple images. Love amuse stamps for a long time now!

Anne Lee

I prefer clear photopolymer nowadays to make batches of cards precisely, but grew up buying and collecting rubber stamps so have a soft spot for them!!

Susan Jojamsson

Love my Amuse stamps! I would love to try the clear stamp.

Ariadna A. Santander

The penguins are lovely! I love the adorable bespectacled bird!

I like the clear photopolymer stamps, mostly because I have so much more space for stamps! I do cling (no pun intended ;-) ) to my wood stamps because of sentimental value - plus I love the texture of the wood and the ink stains that come from use...

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