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Old 11-16-2014, 01:49 PM
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Check out this piece from my gallery I think it the same garden bench stamp (*3?). It is from The Graphic Word/I Love Rubber Stamps and probably no longer available. Another oldie but goodie:

http://www.rubberstampchat.net/galle...=483&ppuser=90
Stacy, as always, your work was/is awesome!

The garden bench was so close, but unfortunately no cigar. Mine has a heard design throughout it.

Appreciate your help very very much and very happy to see that you are still amongst us RSCers!
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A perfect match! Thank you, Stampo! Meant to mention this in my last post, very happy to see you are still a part of this chat room!
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Crafting has sort of taken a back-burner for the past year or so, but I'm trying to get back into it It's going in fits and starts...

Good luck with the new offer...the place sounds great

TACs stamps were primarily blue rubber, so 24 might be a TAC stamp. Their free stamps with purchase were usually a lavender color. I still have some TAC stamps, but not that particular one.
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Crafting has sort of taken a back-burner for the past year or so, but I'm trying to get back into it It's going in fits and starts...

Good luck with the new offer...the place sounds great

TACs stamps were primarily blue rubber, so 24 might be a TAC stamp. Their free stamps with purchase were usually a lavender color. I still have some TAC stamps, but not that particular one.
I haven't done much stamping in the past year or so either. Once we started looking to buy a home, it dropped down to me only cataloging my stamps and getting things packed to move.

Is TAC still in business?
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Is TAC still in business?
I don't they are anymore.
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Is TAC still in business?
No, they went out of business in August 2011.

Their entire stamp library was purchased by Red Rubber Designs (that's me!).

You can find many of their images in rubber at RedRubberDesigns.com and in digital form at PickledPotpourri.com.
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Old 11-19-2014, 12:39 AM
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No, they went out of business in August 2011.

Their entire stamp library was purchased by Red Rubber Designs (that's me!).

You can find many of their images in rubber at RedRubberDesigns.com and in digital form at PickledPotpourri.com.
Unfortunately, I couldn't locate even one of what I was looking for on either site.
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Old 11-19-2014, 08:14 AM
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Unfortunately, I couldn't locate even one of what I was looking for on either site.
TAC was in business for 14 years, and that's a lot of stamps. So I don't have everything available yet, and some designs won't be available again in stamps.

What are you looking for?
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Old 11-19-2014, 08:45 AM
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TAC was in business for 14 years, and that's a lot of stamps. So I don't have everything available yet, and some designs won't be available again in stamps.

What are you looking for?
The only one that Cat said may be TAC is #24 on the lower left corner on page 1 of the images on the first posting. Thank you!
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