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Love the Blinkie! Now a question are you going to use stamp numbers so if I have seen a project with a stamp in it and I don't remember when that i can just put the stamp number in to research it? I would love that! Also will all the blogs be cross referenced? So if I do a search on your blog and it was another MB blog that I saw it on will it take me to the other blog? Just wondering I don't even know if that is possible.

Glad you like the blinkie Robyn! It is pretty elaborate, isn't it? :) And can I ask by what you mean about the blogs being cross referenced? I know there is not a way to do a search here and also the other blogs. I am sorry. And I always put the stamp numbers with the stamp name in my "recipe" below my photo of a creation. Can I ask what else may help you there? Also, if you go to the main Memory Box page:

There is a search box on the page there in the VERY upper left corner. It's kind of hidden in the graphics. If you enter a stamp number, it will bring up the stamp picture and name for you there too. You can also search on the main Memory Box site for anything really using that same search box. Let me know some more specifics, and I will see how we might be able to help. :) I hope this makes sense. :)

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