Monday, November 26, 2012
Vintage Christmas Stamps
Yesterday, I told you how the kids and I had fun on Friday making our first Christmas crafts of the year. On my last trip to my parents' house, when I was rooting around in the basement (as usual), I found some Christmas stamps that my siblings and I used as children. As I have said before, if I used it as a child, sadly that makes it vintage.
By the way, my mom also gave us the rosemary plant. She is handier than any store. And free!
Anyway, I am glad my mom saved these, because they are just sorta sweet. And I discovered on my trip to the craft store last week that stamps can be quite expensive.
This set has lovely greetings too, so it's great for making homemade cards. You can see that the kids and I got the green and red inks mixed together. Bummer.
Do you have any Christmas crafts or decorating in the works?
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