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LUV, LUV, LUV this adorable card. Fred P. Bear is so cute I want to hug him! Thank you for sharing your creation. I {heart} all things Memory Box! :D

Adorable! Too bad we can't actually buy these at the post office. They'd be cute Christmas stamps.

I love this!! I won this stamp during the Memory Box new release contest a couple months ago. Now I know just how to use him!! Now to find that template!! :)

Hope all the sickies at your house are better by now.

Want to share where the template is? I used to have one long time ago...

Gotta love google.....here it the tutorial...

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/faux_postage/

Thanks Robyn for sharing the template. :) I am just now seeing everyone's sweet comments. Thank you! Now, I did not use the acetate for masking as the tutorial shows. I used strips of Eclipse tape. Post-it's would work great too. I then saved those strips so I will have them for using the template again. Have fun, and be sure to post links to your creations here everyone! :)

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