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Stamp Set

JAPAN | Sunday, 5 December 2010 | Views [1539] | Comments [1]

So I was exploring the 100-Yen Store near Torii, on a hunt for red felt for a Christmas project when I was magically pulled into the stationary/paper good section.  (Brandon can attest that I just cannot walk by that section in any 100-Yen Store.)  Look at the goodie I found this trip!  Talk about an adorable stamp set!

Right down to the misspelled English, "We always have a wonderfl time."  And I can tell you I just couldn't pass up a stamp set that assured me that, "Every day is fun and shine!"

The back advertised, "Please put stamp in the case compactedly!  Very convenience case for carry!"  So cute!  :)  But here is what really sold me on this stamp set:

In the caution section: "Please it never licks..."  I think fellow shoppers must have thought I was nuts with the peals of laughter that rang throughout the small store.  :)

Today I made 41 envelopes for the greeting cards I make.  These tiny stamps will be perfect to spice up the back flap, don't you think!  (Especially the stamp that simply states, "Happy!")  I sure do love Japan!

Hope you all have a happy day!

---Arielle

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I am pleased it doesn't lick too... That would be awkward! And I understand it may burn if near fire, but what happens when it's near water? Does it explode or simply disintegrate? And what if you get in on your hands like my K kids did this week (and on their shirts and table and floor, but that's beyond the point)... Can you not wash it off for fear of injury? :-)

  Dustin Dec 6, 2010 3:37 AM

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