This item sold on September 24, 2012.
This Shiba Inu puppy is coying looking over her shoulder at you! She wants to be your friend but she's a little shy. Why not take her home today? Also great for fans of Akita Inu, Canaan Dog, Siberian Laika, Korean Jindo, Shikoku, and Siberian Husky. Great for making jewelry, creating business cards, embellishing greeting cards, making wrapping paper, adorning envelopes, decorating letters and stationary and scrapbooks and more! The sky’s the limit!
Scaled to fit all "large" sized shiba inu rubber stamps available in my etsy shop! Collect the whole family! :)
Does not include accessories, card, or other stamps pictured.
Example card pictured is A4 in size (approx. a quarter of a regular sheet of paper).
All of my little rubber stamps are created in the US! My rubber stamps are designed by me, Janet Worcester, in Santa Ana, California. The deeply etched grey rubber sheets are poured and vulcanized in Oregon. I choose to spend a little more for the deeply etched rubber so you can make clear, crisp images every time you stamp! The wood for my rubber stamps are unblemished, hard white maple sourced from all over the US and cut in Arizona. They are squared off, with a gentle curve to soften the edges. The shape of the wood blocks makes my rubber stamps super easy to stack! The double-sided sticky black cushion foam comes from Iowa. Then it all gets cut, mounted, and assembled by me and it ships world-wide. And this is the story of how I spread joy in the form of li'l rubber stamps! Hooray!
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Rubber Stamping Tips:
Please clean off ink after each time you stamp to preserve the quality of the stamp. Good ol’ fashioned water works great to remove ink! Just get a shallow dish or Tupperware lid, fold up a paper towel into quarters, place in dish/container, dampen with water. After you make your inked image, just press into the wet paper towel and then dab off on a dry paper towel! Ta-da! Clean and ready for more stamping!
Becareful not to soak the wood portion of your rubber stamp – it is unvarnished so it is not waterproof! If you get a little water on the wood, wipe off immediately. You should be OK!
And never ever ever use alcohol or alcohol-based cleaners on your rubber stamps. Alcohol will dry out your rubber stamp and cause premature cracking.
Store your clean rubber stamps out of direct sunlight.
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All images are copyrighted by Janet Worcester, 2010.
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