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This is a video about how to make that perfect postage stamp edge. A really great technique for artistamp makers.
Sorry for the low quality video. YouTube won't accept anything else...for high resolution pictures of the stamps and perforation, you can find them here.

link love goes out to Just Something I Made, who had the original idea. Thanks!

Make sure to check out my blog!

If you don't want to make the perf. needle in this video, send me an e-mail. I use paypal (so you can pay with a card if you want), All I ask is $3.00 (free worldwide shipping).

If you are an artistamp maker, I'd love to swap stamps with you!
So much ironing (irony)
That's brilliant! The perforations look like the real deal. My country, Nova Dystopia, has yet to issue its first stamp, but the postmaster is greatly inspired by your method :)<br><br>Now, to see if the GF will let me use her fine Husqvarna to punch some holes...
I am so impressed. Thank you.
btw Brilliant! I also wonder if putting a sheet of aluminum foil in between the sheets of card stock would keep the punch sharpened enough to relegate occasional sharpening unneeded. Maybe? Anyhow, loved this.
Not often I am impressed, I am old and have seen almost everything.<br>But now I am REALLY impressed!<br><br>Thank you!
Love, love, LOVE!<br><br>THANK YOU! One reason I stopped making artistamps was because they looked too hand-made for me. This perforation method is one more step towards a 'professional' artistamp.<br><br>THANK YOU!
Sweet! Please show me your results :)
Neat idea! Love the sewing machine bit to keep the holes uniformly separated.
Excellent! Your video is perfect at this resolution, too!<br>GREAT idea!<br>5 stars!
Very clever!

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