I fell in love with stamping again years later while on a family reunion in the south-western region on Missouri. This would have been in the 80's. The reunion is an annual event and occasionally some of us would go to Branson before returning home to Texas. I saw a woman heat embossing some cards while at Engler's mall and had to have the stuff to do it.
The stamp I purchased that day was the PSX light house and I will treasure it always. I also bought small blue, black and gold pigment ink cubes as well as a vial of PSX Antique Gold Embossing powder. I still have the hints and tips sheet the stamp store owner gave me, explaining how to heat the powder without a heat gun. Lol, how many of you have tried this one? Lightbulbs, coffee burners and toaster do no make for a fun stamping experience. Needless to say it didn't take long before I was saving $$ to buy a Marvy heat gun. Then I needed more stamps, more inks, more stamps, paper, more stamps, you get the idea. After all if you are reading this blog then you are probably a "collector" too.
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