Wednesday, March 30, 2016

State stamps buy 2 get 1 free!

Tomorrow is the last day for Close To My Heart's amazing Stamp-a-ganza event where you buy 2 stamp sets and get 1 free! This is an awesome opportunity to build your stamp collection! My current favorite right now are the state stamps! Adorable and just $2.95 each!  And the possibilities are endless!
Of course, I am a VIRGINIA "is for lovers" kind of gal, (see my Virginia Loveworks Journey) but my collegiate alliance is to OHIO and The Ohio State University Buckeyes! You can collect the states you have been to, or even all 50 states for $100.30 (plus shipping and tax)! To shop for yours, visit my website at:

Some other ideas for the stamps: 
-to represent the baseball parks that you have been to
-or amazing roller coaster tours
-school geography projects
-the states you have family in; or that you have lived in
-and so many more!

I have started a list of additional ideas for my customers to add to on my Facebook page.  Click here to see them!  Add your additional ideas to the post for a chance to win a free state stamp tomorrow!
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Linda Hill Layout featuring state born in..linda hill
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Linda Hill Collect all & make puzzle map for students to learn & practice state resignation- linda hill
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Linda Hill Stamp & guess which state- flash cards- linda hill
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Linda Hill Make "moving to --------state" new home address cards for self or as going away cards for friend or family- linda hill
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Linda Hill Teacher could use on overheads and make facts sheets or cards or notes under each state image - linda hill
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Laura Phillips Longueira Good for the state my boys are going to college in!
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Lecia Wright Harbacevich I scrapbook all the big crops I attend. It would be fun to add the state stamp onto these layouts.

Thanks to the fantastically talented Holly Lancaster Veselenak, from Michigan for the awesome graphic idea!  In honor of Holly's, here is her home state of Michigan.

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