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Angel Policy

Angel Policy

There have been several questions about the Angel Policy for the different rubber stamp companies we sell. Here is a list of companies you can check with if you have questions.

Great Impression Rubber Stamps their website is: http://www.greatimpressionsstamps.com/

Art Impressions Rubber Stamps their website is: https://www.artimpressions.com/

Personal Stamp Exchange or PSX is no longer in business and there is no information we have available about any current Angel Policy.

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New Release From Great Impressions

Great Impressions Rubber Stamps New releases will not maintain their monthly schedule. Instead they will release their new products on a more seasonal basis. We will continue to post them on our website when any new products are released.

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Art Impressions will Discontinue making wood mounted stamps

Effective January 1, 2016 Art Impressions will Discontinue making wood mounted stamps. We will stop taking orders for wood mounted rubber stamps December 20, 2015 and after this date we will only sell what we have in stock until our inventory is exhausted.

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New Personal Stamp Exchange Stamps

Sierra-Enterprises.com was the first website to carry PSX stamps and had a huge inventory. Some of these stamps were stored in boxes and lost in warehouses. Lately we have come across boxes that contained some new finds. Granted some of these are not the large 'K" stamps yet there are some smaller stamps with fantastic detail and delicate images that are not available anymore. You may want to take a look at these stamps if not to buy just to see some Beautiful images.

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New Birthday stamps and some PSX

This month's new Great Impressions rubber stamps have a Birthday theme. They feature a new Mabel and Vera stamp that has been a popular new set for Great Impressions.
We have added more PSX stamps to our pages and now that we have almost caught up with our new website we will be adding more stamps to the Personal Stamp Exchange line.

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