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A Question About Uploading Projects to PaperCraftCentral

by Judy Oliveira

Susan, when I just uploaded a card I made I was confused about if I'm supposed to put the brand name of stamps that I used on my card in my description or not ???? Thank you so much for your help in this matter.


Hi Judy

Thank you again for sending me a picture of your pretty card today :) I published it with your message.

It is entirely up to you if you want to include the brand names of your stamps or not. (That said, I would love to know especially if you have used Stampin' Up! products, of course ☺

And thank you for asking about whether to say what supplies you used or not, too.

I hope we both get a chance to stamp some more today....


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Feb 11, 2010
Thank you Judy
by: Susan

Thank you for letting me know about the stamps on your Valentine's card and also about the process you use to make your cards so unique :) I love to hear about the way people create, too.

Keep on stampin'!


Feb 10, 2010
Yes They Are
by: Judy Oliveira

Yes, Susan I did use Stampin-Up! stamps on all of my cards, but I also used some Michael's one dollar stamps on them too. I found a very nice one that said I LOVE YOU that I used on some of my cards and I also used another one for a dollar that said, FRIENDS FOREVER! When I make cards like that for friends and family I make each card different from the other, no two are alike. So they are not only handcrafted, but each one is one of a kind.

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