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post #16 of 296
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Hey, Teekakes you found something that looks like it would work great. To bad they are expensive to. Just to get the letters that say "thank you" would cost 60.00. icon_cry.gif Thanks for all your work! detective.gif
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post #17 of 296
Yes they are definitely pricey. Maybe they give a decent discount on an entire set....even so they would still likely be rather expensive. Surely there is a plastic set of equivelency out there somewhere. We just have to find them is all icon_smile.gif Will let you know if I do.
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post #18 of 296
This is the kind of thing I was talking about icon_smile.gif http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=6970&productId=32952&R=32952&cm_ven=TL&cm_pla=DF&cm_ite=handtool

However no way to tell if they will cut deeper than the stamps which didn't work. This site http://www.hobbytool.com/metalalphabetlettersstampingset.aspx has a better close up if you click "view more images" under the pic.
post #19 of 296
I am searching under "Miniature Leather stamps" and am finding some neat things, including letters and numbers. This site has a lot of neat ones http://eleathersupply.com/stamps.shtml

So far I have found letter stamps as small as 1/4"

Now I am going to sleep.......it is way past my bedtime.
Have fun searching!
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post #20 of 296
This page http://eleathersupply.com/alphanum.shtml has a complete set of 1/4" letter and number stamps for only 29.99
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post #21 of 296
Teekakes..Hey thanks for the help!
post #22 of 296
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ceshell and Teekakes you guys are amazing! judge.gif I walk away for a minuter and come back and you guys have found some cool and affordable stuff. The hobby tools and leather supply are great. It's just going to take some time to decide what is the coolest thing to get! You guys are so helpful. thumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gif Thanks again. What dolls you are!
...talk about your childhood wishes, you can even eat the dishes!
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...talk about your childhood wishes, you can even eat the dishes!
"Come inside", said the bird to the mouse. I'll show you what there is in a treathouse.
(licensed and inspected home kitchen)
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post #23 of 296
Why don't you wait to thank us after you buy this stuff and it WORKS? Although if it doesn't work out, you will be able to do some really neat letterpress invitations, or leather embossing, instead! LOL. icon_lol.gif
post #24 of 296
Thank you guys for your help thumbs_up.gif
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post #25 of 296
Humm...
I'm not sure if it would be deep enough, but has anyone tried a label maker? They print that blocky font and you could just push it on top of the fondant
post #26 of 296
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Originally Posted by sayhellojana

Humm...
I'm not sure if it would be deep enough, but has anyone tried a label maker? They print that blocky font and you could just push it on top of the fondant



I was thinking of that as well icon_rolleyes.gif
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post #28 of 296
You are welcome for the help. It helps me to learn new things as well. icon_smile.gif
You should email them, eleathersupply, ask for a close-up picture of the stamp end, and how deep the letters/numbers impress without the stamp surface touching the surface you will be stamping. Geeee, did that make sense?!?!? icon_lol.gif
If you do let us know what they say. As of this minute it Looks like a very possible fun and affordable new line of cake toys!
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post #29 of 296
I use the rubber stamps in the font I want from Michaels or JoAnns. I have one set I particularly like.
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post #30 of 296
Wouldn't it be backwards if you used a label maker then impressed it into the fondant?
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