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Old 08-07-2009
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Verna, your poem is terrific, and SO true!

I wear slipper socks instead of slippers, but I did find some interesting patterns on the soles of some shoes - not pretty, but interesting!
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I went to walmart yesterday and just out of curiosity, I looked at the bottoms of the shoes. You would not believe! Especially on kid's shoes, there are a lot of patterned soles. who'd a thunk it?
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Before I had a lot of rubber stamps I got so desperate to find things to stamp with that I literally cut up my slippers to make cards with and wrote the poem to go with it. I was really cleaning too, but of course seeing that fabulous tread, I had to quit and get creative. I am sure some of you have seen this already, but still I will upload it for you to view. Yes, indeed, check out those slippers. Hugs, Verna

This is so neat! Creative, Love your poem, too

Ford magazine, in the 40's early 50's used to have what they called "close-ups" and you had to guess where the design came from. This is a form of those "close ups" - I've been looking at textures in a new light now. I'll be looking at the bottom of my shoes, too. Love the play on words: sole stamping!
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bath mat

My bath mat has interesting designs. Am I temped to cut it up though?
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Use washable ink, place cardstock on top and run a brayer over it. That way you get the design without ruining the mat. Then let us see the results.
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Great poem Verna!!!! I just looked at the bottom of my house shoes!!! Yep.. there is a pattern.... I will have to check it out!!
Thanks for sharing...
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In school yesterday, one of the girls had on a pair of boots. She had her feet wrapped around the legs of her chair and I could see the bottoms of the boots. They were rubber and the tread was all raised snowflakes. I wanted to grab her boots and take then home for stamps. I've seen slippers with leaves and roses on the bottom but this is the first time I've seen boots you could stamp with. Now I'm going to browse in the clearance section of the show department to see what stampable soles I can find.
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That sounds like something I would do. It is amazing all the things you can stamp with besides actual stamps. Thought you'd like to know we are supposed to get 1-2 inches of snow tonight. It is already snowing. Yuk!
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Well, I bragged about not having any rain or bad weather, guess what, It has been raining for 2 days and expected to stay for another couple. Temp dropped from low 80's to low 40's overnight. LOL
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Have you ever seen those rubbery shelf liners in the dollar stores? They make great background stamps. I found one that had a scalloped design pattern and it was perfect for Oriental backgrounds.
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I have some of that shelf liner! Great idea
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