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Kaleidoscope Stamping with Inkadinkado

Opening up the seven-piece Inkadinkado Stamping Gear set, I quickly stamped a kaleidoscope with black ink. The stamping kit was easy to work with and there really was no learning curve. After working with the kit, I can see where I would like a few more pieces, mainly the stamping gear in different sizes and shapes. I would like to be able to make a smaller stamped piece. One nice feature is that you can use any of your cling stamps with the kit, and I really liked the stamping block and I can see using it by its self in many different projects because of the handle and grid. 

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