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Unmounted alphabets need a good home…

Still working on cleaning out here.  Boy, does it take a long time!  Sigh…

I found in a box all of my unmounted alphabets.  I am too lazy to spend the time to mount them, so I thought I would see if there were any good homes out there that I could send them to!  There are 20 sets varying in sizes from teeny tiny letters to big ones.  In some cases, a few letters have been used or I started to mount them but lost energy. 🙂  Some have never been used.  But they all can still be put to good use!

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I will do two drawings from anyone who posts a comment here – each person will get 5 sets.  (I will save the other 10 sets for a future drawing.)  And I have been curious what inks everyone loves.  So, why not post a comment telling me what inks you love and you will be entered!  Just leave the comment on this post by tomorrow at 11:59pmEDT and I will pick the next day.

Thanks, folks!  Have a great one…


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9 thoughts on “Unmounted alphabets need a good home…”

  1. Thanks Jen for sharing your stash! I guess in your line of work you really CAN have too many alphas! I’d be happy to help you out!

    I own pretty much all the Stampin Up inks, but I’m really loving the little catseye chalk inks – trying to accumulate different colors here and there. They are just such a nice size and consitency to ink the edges of paper, and especially chipboard edges.

    Jenn

  2. Jen, thanks for the giveaway! Just makes me drool when I see stamps!! My favourite ink is Memories Black followed by White Staz-On. I am loving the Cat’s Eye Chalk inks because of the great colours and ease of application. I really love my Ancient Page inks too!! So much ink, so little time!!! Now, I have a question to everyone out there commenting and yourself Jen, which white ink do you like to ink on dark cardstock? I want one that can ink in detail. Thanks everyone!!

  3. Gosh I dont think I have seen that many letters before! I love all inks, esp distress as they are so light. Loving’ ya work,
    Rachel

  4. Gosh I dont think I have seen that many letters before! I love all inks, esp distress as they are so light. Loving’ ya work,

    Rachel

  5. Hi Jennifer! What an awesome blog you have going here. I love your work. You always make the cutest cards! Thanks for your inspiration!

  6. Jennifer:

    You are always so generous in sharing your time, advice and talents with us. Thanks for keeping us inspired and creating!

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