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The Old Island Stamp Company

Model: 1065-A
This Welcome stamp can be used for many occasions, such as welcome home, welcome to the neighbourhood, welcome to my home, you're welcome! Make it suit your occasion.Block: 1" high by 2.5" wideImage: .69" high by 2.25" wide..
Model: 1064-C
Bring some whimsy to your holiday cards this year with our snowy Christmas tree.Block: 1.5" wide by 3.25" highImage: 1.3" wide by 3.05" high..
Model: 1063-B
A pretty little Christmas ball to celebrate the season.Block: 1.75" wide by 2" highImage: 1.6" wide by 1.85" high..
Model: 1062-C
A beautiful Merry Christmas script to add to your collection.Block: 1" high by 3.25" wideImage: .72" high by 3" wide..
Model: 1061-C
This grass frond can be used with so many other stamps to create wildlife scenes, or totally on its own as a background.Block Size: 1 1/2" wide by 3" high..
Model: 1058-A
A vintage suitcase with stickers from all over the world, places we all want to visit one day! Block: 1 1/2" wide by 1 3/4" high..
Model: 1057-E
The goat's beard leaf is beautifully detailed and will be great used in cardmaking, scrapbooking, pottery, jewellery or mixed media.2 3/4" wide by 2 3/4" high (image is 1/4" less than blocksize)..
Model: 1059-F
This floral and wood wreath can be decorated for almost any occasion.Block Size; 2 3/4" wide by 3 1/4" high...
Model: 1056-A
The floral scroll stamp is taken from a photo I took in Thailand, at the beautiful temple Wat Arun. A special reminder of a nice trip. Block: 1" Wide by 2.5" highImage: 2.25" Wide by .75" High..
Model: 1066-D
The perfect holly sprig for your holiday cards, tags, wrapping paper.Block: 2.25" wide by 2.24" highImage: 2.06" wide by 1.86" high..
Model: 1055-C
Cranes are a family, the Gruidae, of large, long-legged, and long-necked birds in the group Gruiformes. The 15 species of cranes are placed in four genera. Unlike the similar-looking but unrelated herons, cranes fly with necks outstretched, not pulled back. Block: 1.75" Wide by 2.5" HighImage: 1.37"..
Model: 1054-D
Egrets are herons which have white or buff plumage, and develop fine plumes (usually milky white) during the breeding season. Egrets are not a biologically distinct group from the herons and have the same build. Block: 2.5" Wide by 2" HighImage: 1.79" Wide by 2.26" High..
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