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Monday, April 26, 2010

Stamp Lot from Tuesday Morning

My town recently had a Tuesday Morning open up. It is a really nice, big store with good prices. Sophia has posted many times about neat things she finds at her Tuesday Morning, mostly craft things. I told her about this stamp lot I bought a few weeks ago and she wanted to see picture. All these stamps, along with a big book were in a sealed box and sold for about $14, the box did not tell exactly what stamps were in the box, just kind of labeled as an assortment.

My cashier was also a scrapbooker, she was wondering what stamps were in this box, and since there was not a line of customers behind me, I opened it after I paid for it. The cashier and I both thought it was a really good deal.

If you want to see the stamps in detail, you may need to click on each picture to enlarge it.








This is my stamp shelf at home, I really needed some more stamps, didn't I?

10 comments:

  1. Rhonda, that was a great assortment for the price. I am also impressed with your stamp collection. I have just started rubber stamping.

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  2. I love your stamp shelf! I have tons of stamps from my school teaching days as well as my home collection. If I displayed them like you do I'm sure I would use them more often.

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  3. Rhonda, You really got a great buy.
    We have a Tuesday Morning in Myrtle Beach, Just about 13 miles from me. I have gotten good buys on stamp paper and cardstock there before. I feel a trip to TM in MB comming on...Thanks for info!! =-)

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  4. Wow! Thanks so much for the pictures. I think I'm going to buy the box if it's still there the next time I go to my Tuesday Morning. :)

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  5. OK, can you educate me? I understand regular stamps, but I'm not sure what makes a "clear" stamp different and how you use it. I'm always wondering about that when I wander my craft store. How about a quick tutorial? ;)

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  6. Hey, Rhonda, thanks so much for visiting my blog. I am so happy you did. LOL about you getting in trouble for sewing in class. too funny. I just love your blog, you inspire me a lot. You are so crafty and I love all the bargains and ideas you have. I was thinking about you this weekend when I hit a yard sale. My first one this year. I found a beautiful BIG radio flyer red wagon for my grandson for just $10.00 I was so thrilled. I couldn't wait to tell you. LOL I haven't taken a picture yet but I will soon and I will post pictures on my blog. You got some super great bargains with those stamps, they are very nice. I love your collection and I love how you have them displayed. I just showed my husband and asked him to make me a similar sort of cabinet. I use to stamp a lot but then stopped but now I am getting back into it. Found the cutest hula girl stamp the other day in Joanns on sale for 99 cents. Couldn't pass it up and it got me right in the mood again. Take care now and lets stay in touch. xoxox

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  7. I love your stamp collection! How fun! We have a Tuesday Mornings near us...very nice, fun place to shop!

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  8. Hello Dear Friend,
    I think you might need a couple more stamps. LOL I love the card you made for me. I have some stamps sets I love. Tell Jeff he can come over for Cookies and Milk. LOL Dave said they are really good. If you want the recipe let me know.
    Hugs,
    Elizabeth

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  9. I would say you got a real deal with this one.........Were you able to squeeze them onto your shelf? I am jealous........

    Jerri

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  10. Wow, that is the most organized stamp collection that I have ever seen. It is beyond fabulous. I don't even do much stamping but seeing this makes me want to.

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Jeff and Rhonda

Jeff and Rhonda