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Stamper: Christine Cox

Stamp Credits: ??

Note: This pin was made using the layered embossing technique. Directions and other examples are here.

Stamper: Barbara DeLap

Stamp Credits: Kimono from Tin Can Mail, Characters from Curtis Uyeda

Notes: Hardly a convention pin, it's way too beautiful. Barbara made the kimono from Fimo and the black center is shrink plastic.

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Stamper: Faith

Stamp credit: unknown

Stamper: Meridee W.

Stamp Credit: Stamp Camp

Notes: The "Cheetos" inside the bag look to be pieces of Liquid Appliqué. Meridee then laminated over the top to make it look like they are inside the bag.

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Stamper: Barbara De Lap

Stamp Credits ??

This pin was the hit of the San Mateo convention! It says "I'm sorry, I can't trade pins with you. Mine's holding up my bra strap."

Stamper: Christine Cox

Stamp Credits: Words by Toybox, Harried Shopper by Non-Sequitur Stamps

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