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HobbyCraft Christmas Rubber Stamps £0.99

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I went into Hobbycraft today to get a christmas stamp - I got one with the saying "Wishing you a Merry Christmas" - it had AA on the sticker, which is £2.99. When I got to to till, it went through as…
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
I went into Hobbycraft today to get a christmas stamp - I got one with the saying "Wishing you a Merry Christmas" - it had AA on the sticker, which is £2.99. When I got to to till, it went through as 99p! I've looked online and the christmas pudding is 99p - so its the same as instore. They have Father Christmas stamp, "Happy Christmas", Seasons Greeting with holly in the corners and a few other designs. Excellent for all you card makers out there.

This charming wooden blocked rubber stamp would make an ideal traditional stamp for Christmas cards and decorations. It can be used either with a quick dry ink pad or embossed using embossing powders, and then stamped onto virtually any surface!

* Great HobbyCraft Christmas pudding rubber stamp
* Ideal for a wide range of Christmas decorations
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Good saving but then most things in Hobbycraft are a truly ridiculous price.
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Good saving but then most things in Hobbycraft are a truly ridiculous price.


Yeah agreed, I only ever buy vastly reduced priced things in there, which normally brings them just in line with what I expect to pay. The Mrs likes making cards etc.. and uses these stamps though so heat added :)

Don't forget the works if there is one near buy you, normally a shed load cheaper. Even smiths is worth a look :)

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