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anyone from ohio? , who loves Gina K stamps
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Started by Christy Schumacher. Last reply by Lynne Neumann Dec 21, 2011.
Started by lauriewe. Last reply by Lynne Neumann Dec 21, 2011.
Started by Linda Virts Oct 18, 2009.
I love Stamp Your Art out!!! I go to Stamp Away each year and love that as well!
Scrappers Place is in Findlay.
Scrapbook Korner is in Archbold.
Sorry if the discussion led to confusing the two!
im going to have to check out scrapbook korner in findlay. i wish i would have known about that when my sons were enrolled at bowling green. i drove thru findlay all the time... bummers!! i will have to make a road trip
if you looking for vintage definetly try out creative chaos in cirecleville ohio. she even has some antiques for sale at her store. im going this sat to take a card class
For those of you that are in or close to the Cincinnati area here is a link that I got for $30.00 of craft supplies for only $15.00 : Stamp Your Art Out I go to this store a lot and there are many many many great items there!
if by vintage you mean old, then no. But scrapper's place has a lot of stuff that appears old. She has lots of stuff that I like. For instance G45, maya Road, Tim Holtz stuff, stamps, flowers. I'm really only naming those things I like, but believe me, she has lots of stufff to make a vintage, heirloom scrapper happy.
I'm not sure--it's not really what I look for when I'm there. But you can contact them through their facebook page, or at ScrapbookKorner.com
Do any of these stores carry vintage stuff? I am always looking for neat little things to add to my mixed media projects???
Thanks Lynne--I wasn't looking for it on Main--I looked more out by the mall.
Scrapbook Korner in Archbold is really nice--lots of product and bright and roomy. But I'll definitely check out Scrapper's Place--it seems like every store (except for the chains and big box stores) has it's own personality and different things to find.
I will let you kow if I head that way, might be fun to do on a Saturday,
The store is called the Scrapper's Place, 417 North Main Street, Findlay, Ohio. It a few blocks from the College. I want to go over to the Archbold store, as I hear it is great. She gets lots of people that are doing day trips around the Northwest Ohio area. It has some things that you don't find in big box stores, and the people are really nice.
Lima lost it's really good scrapbook store last year :P Which is really sad. If you decide to head this way let me know.
Kristen, The Etsy has it's own instructions, you might want to try their instructions first. Another thing I found fun was blogging my cards and joining challenges. It is rewarding to see peoples reactions to your creations. I also have some tutorials that are unique to my creations that I put on another blog. That will also give you lots of ideas. One of the things that I find about the bloggers most of them anyway is that they are just in to cutesy card, and I'm mostly not in that space. I like grunge, and steampunk, heritage and vintage, which generally are the more saturated and darker colors. The cutesies are generally the pastels, that although I like them, I prefer the darker, vibrant colors. Whoa, well need to babbling.
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