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This section is devoted to items that don't seem to fit well in other categories. It is broken down into sub-categories, to make "browsing" easier, faster.


Salt and PepperASpilled saltB
Salt Shaker
Salt and Pepper Shakers
81 R

A $4.50

B $4.50

C $3.00

At a Thursday evening "share" at Cyberstampers, Arlene Faber showed her use of the salt and pepper shakers. She used some computer generated text and also some text made with the JustRite Home Stamp Making Kit.

To see these samples "Up close and personal," click on any of the icons.


2 3/4 x 4" $8.00

71 H

DemiTasse Cup Dark

DemiTasse Cup Light

Cups to go with the Coffee Pot below.

Cup A (dark)


71 F

Cup B (light)


71 G
seasonal, unmounted, rubberstamps, rubber stamps The scan couldn't pick up the lovely (and appropriate)"latte-colored" envelope.
Linda Blackbird explains her technique for this card.
Q--First of the "postage stamp" legal to do with your images?
A--I suppose technically, according to the legalese of "Angel Policy" it's not....but it looks so great, who could complain? Actually, I thought it very clever......and it also let me know that my next computer purchase will have to be a new scanner! Linda's scan was much "truer" than my antique (but faithful) scanner can produce.
Directions--Coffee pot is stamped on acetate with Zim Ink, heat set. Apply two sided adhesive sheet (or Zyron) to the inked side. Adhere to "Funkey Film."
Background paper is "Perfect Paper Adhesive" mixed with Pearl Ex. Application is very's finger painted on maetallic card stock.
The beans are stamped from a piece of foamcore/penscore..or whatever that stuff is called. I dumped a few beans out and pressed the warm block into them. I found [the idea]. . . May/June 2001 Rubber Stamper. Credit goes to Maryellen Hanson.
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<<<<<This image (with its signature blackbird) served as a
"return address container. (Address removed)

We like Linda's Pen Score idea with the coffee beans a LOT....but somehow have never gotten around to trying it. (The pen score is tucked away somewhere!) so instead...scan a handful of coffee beans and make your own backing for your coffee images. Be sure to lay the beans on acetate to protect your scanner and cover the beans with papr or card stock so you do not damage the inside of the cover. If you would prefer to have all this done for you, see below:

Coffee Bean Background Stamp

$10  When purchased with the Tea Bag image below, the "set" is $18.00

Scan of coffee beans for background
Teabags scanned for background stamp

Tea Bags    $10.00

Purchased as a set, $18.00

Both images 3 1/4" x 4"

Elizabeth Perini, a long time gg designs customer, entered this still life in A Monthly Rubber Stamps Club's July contest. You'll find the directions there...including her very interesting backgrond technique.

Sadly, AMRSC closed it's Cyber Doors at the end of 2008.

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Espresso Pot

Espresso Pot

51 H


Tea Pot/Cups

Teapots/Cups      4107A       $15.00

Champaign Glass

Champaign Glass 1" x 3 1/2 " $3.50

Valentine's Day coming could a toast with PINK Champaign or a glass filled with hearts be far behind--or a Shamrock filled glass for a St. Pat's card?

KITCHEN utensils


1 1/2 x 2 1/4"

potato masher/whisk


1 1/2 x 2 1/4"


$3.00 each or Both for $5.50

light  bulb

Light Bulb Icon.....$1.00
1 1/4" "tall"

Watering Can Sprinkler
Watering Can 3 1/2" x 2" $4.00
Pitcher--2 1/2 x 2 1/4......$4.00
Cup--2 7/8x 2 1/2.......$4.00
Shaker--2 1/4 x 2 7/8......$4.00
measuring spoons

Measuring Spoons

2 1/4 x 2...$4.00

Melting Pot Melting Pot--4 x 2 1/2......$4.00


Save by buying the entire flat for only $18.00     $15.00

(5 1/2 x 8)


Glass Pitcher
Pitcher--2 x 3....$4.00
Salad Set 3 x 4....$7.00
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Sunday comes with a spoon and a cherry.

3 x 4" $8.00

KITCHEN--Champaign glass, coffee/tea background images,kitchen utensils, light bulb icon, watering can, two style pitchers, cup, measuring spoons, warmer, shaker, salad set.

CHAIRS -- Imaginatively titled "A through E" !

SHOES -- Tap Shoes, Ballet Slippers,Tiny Mary Janes, traditional baby shoes and "Olde Soles," a customer's gardening shoes and another customer's "lucky" hunting hat and boots.

TOYS -- Presently tend toward "Old Fashioned." Raggedy Ann, Andy, Rocking Horse

NEEDLECRAFTS-- Tatting Shuttle, pin cushion, etc.

JOURNAL--Push pins, title, lines, etc.

MISC.--Socks, keys, hats, gardening gloves, gardening tools, Dad's Tools, Pens, Telephones


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