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Calling All Crafters!

Lifted from the Whimsy Stamps Inspiration Blog.....
Whimsy Stamps is launching a special project in June and we need your help. We can't share the details yet, but trust me when I say it's going to be awesome!

We would love to feature some creations made by our Whimsy customers and fans. If you would like your work considered, please email never before seen Whimsy creations to by Friday June 10th.
Submission info:
- Please include a photo of your work - watermarks are OK, but no borders or frames please.
- Your name and contact info as well as a title for your project
- A supplies list to include....
techniques when applicable
If you have questions please let us know. Thank you and happy creating!


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