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Creative Stamping Lesson 101

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The Paul Burnett Free School of Leather Ornamentation has begun. Here is the first lesson in Creative Stamping 101. In it I will discuss some tools that will be required and offer suggestions for keeping your designs in alignment then give you some pointers for making good impressions.

PBStamping01.pdf

PBStamping01.pdf

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I appreciate it.

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thank you for this!

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Thanks! Looking forward to it progressing!

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Thanks Paul much appreciated as I cannot find books on stamping in the UK

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thanks from Italy

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Again Thank you!!!

tal~

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Thanking you again

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:clapping::clapping:

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Thank you! This is a great primer. I'm looking forward to the next one on the Belt layout.

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love this lesson thanks

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Great start! I can;t wait to see the next one! I have your ebook Creative Belt Stamping. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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Great Info.. Thank you for sharing.

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Thanks for the great info!!!

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6/26/11

Hi Paul,

I'm a beginner at leatherwork. Thanks for your primers. You're telling me everything I needed to know but was afraid to ask. I see that you are still posting here on this forum. Please give us more of your wisdom and insight at leatherwork. You are a tremendous asset to all the rest of us. - TexasLady

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