4.29.2010

Lawn Fawn Sneak Peek: "Just My Type"

Welcome to the first sneak peek of the Lawn Fawn May release! We are releasing 3 stamp sets this time! The first stamp set we are sneaking here is "Just My Type". Let's get to the amazing design team samples! Remember to click on their names to go to their fabulous blogs and get all the details on their cards!

Mariana has made the most wonderful card with Just My Type. Her colors are amazing! She used the telephone image from the set in such a fun way. I just love those hearts!


Tiffany's card is just SO cool! I love that acetate! I also love the way she distressed the paper coming out of the typewriter! Hot pink, black and kraft is such a fun color combo.


Ashley has made such an awesome card! I love her use of tapes and staples! It goes so well with our office theme. As you can see, there is another sentiment in the typewriter. That's because all of our sentiments can fit within the typewriter's paper!


Sarah Martina has wowed me with her ultimate in prettiness! Pretty in pink! :) She used the telephone and shabbied it up. She also stamped our "hello" sentiment on the ribbon wrapping around the edges of the card. I can't wait to try that!


Lynnette's card is so much fun! Her envelope is so cool. It reminds me of an office memo envelope. She decorated it with our tack and paperclip stamps. I love that you could create your own patterned paper with those smaller stamps!


Oh how I love the cool colors on Jessica's card! The top border she created with the paperclip stamp is so cool, especially paired with the actual paper clip! You can also see another one of our sentiments in the typewriter's paper. How fun is the way she popped up the paper?!

Latisha's card is so pretty and full of texture! I love the unique shape of her card and all of the fabulous dry embossing! Her coloring is so wonderful and the pairing of that polka-dotted ribbon and the three buttons in the corner adds the perfect amount of whimsy!

Make sure you click on each of the design team's names or pictures to go to their blogs and see the details of how they made their cards. You will walk away inspired for sure!

I hope you have enjoyed this sneak peek of "Just My Type". I can't wait to show you the full set on the 5th! Until then, I think I need to give one of these away! Leave me a comment telling me if you have ever used a typewriter by May 2nd at 11:59pm PDT, and we will randomly pick one winner!

This weekend I will have at least one video showing you some of the sets and then we will start up with the sneaks again on Monday May 3rd at 12:01am EDT. I can't wait!
Stamps: Lawn Fawn (just my type)
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Have an amazing day,

111 comments:

  1. Super cute! That typewriter is great - I must have it!!

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  2. OMG! You are totally making me show my age! I learned to type on a typewriter in high school in...(do any of you even know what a typewriter is??) 1985!
    Love the sneak peaks! Its so fun to see the different visions with the same image. More please! :D

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  3. I love all the curly details and the movement in the designs of these stamps! Eeee!

    Oh, and I have used a typewriter. I guess that makes me old. Haha.

    Looking forward to more!

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  4. Oh my gosh!! These are all soooooo super cute!! Love all the typewriter, telephone & other office-y type stamps!! :D

    Yes, I've used a typewriter. I used to be an Office Manager way back in the "olden days". ;) Not that I was any good.

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  5. Super duper cute!!! LOVE THEM ALL!! :D yes... ive used a typewritter allot in my work. LOTS! I learned on a typewriter too! :D Cant wait to see the full set!!!

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  6. Sure, I've typed on one-but it was way back when! Still love the sound of it when the ladies in our office think that they need to use it instead of printing out a pre-done form in Word. I love the vintage typewriters here and would love to have one in my home, and it would look just like your stamp does! Fabulous images! Really love those tacks and paperclips!

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  7. What a cute set! I used a type writer a loonnnng time ago! I don't even think I knew how to use it, it just looked fun! :)

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  8. oh my goodness, such awesome cards and cute stamps! oh my, oh my! when I was growing up, a friend of the family actually gave us (me and my siblings) a very old old winter green colored typewriter just like the one you designed. we played with it up until the ink got used up! I remember it being so heavy! hehe, so yeah, good old memories of my childhood! I'm luving the sneak peaks!

    Hugs
    Clouds :D

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  9. Adorable set. and yes, we older women all used typewriters!! LOL

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  10. I learned to type on a manual typewriter. Love the sound of one! Some friends of the family also gave us a vintage typewriter. I wish I had it now. I remember the keys. They were black.

    This set looks fun.

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  11. Seriously!....Oh my gosh! How suuuuper cuteness is this! Your design team did an awesome job with creating fun cards! I simply love love them all! Lots of fun inspiration!!!
    I learned how to type with my 1st typewriter back in old school...lol! I remember learning and doing somewhere 100wpm....now I can't even remember. But love the sneak peak, can't wait to see more Kelly!
    Hugs from your neighbor in the O.C too!
    Yaneri

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  12. Yes, actually I have used a typewriter before because my grandmother used to own one, so I would always mess around with it. haha...
    The sneak peeks look like so much funnn!!! Can't wait to see more! :)

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  13. Super cute Kelly! I think I am going to need this set! :) I used a typewriter when I was in high school... but that was it! :) Thank goodness... love looking at them... hate using them!

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  14. I really want a vintage typewriter. badly! I can't remember when I used one last but it's gotta be at least 20 years ago. oh my that shows how old I am. And I really hope you choose this geezers name to win this über fabbue set, it's now on the top of my must have list. Kelly you r a genius!

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  15. For school projects, I started using a manual typewriter (no computers were around then! LOL) I might look young, but boy I'm I getting old! Super cute stamps!
    smscrapper@gmail.com

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  16. These images and all of the DT samples are so stinkin' cute!!! And yes indeed I have used a typewriter. I took typing in high school and it was held in a classroom full of typewriters (and bottles of white-out...HA!) I can still here the teacher saying, "A S D F" and all of the typewriters going clickety clack clickety clack together along with her. Ah...the good old days!

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  17. What a cute little set. Perfect for little love notes!

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  18. Oh my! A future LF fan favorite in the making! Love it KM!!!

    Yes, I have used a typewriter. I learned how to type in 7th grade summer school. LOOONG time ago :)

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  19. These are amazing Kelly! I used to have to do my grandfathers billing on a type writer and he would change things and I'd have to start over it was terrible! Thank the Lord for computers LOL!

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  20. Absolutely, positively CA-UTE!!! :D

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  21. What a cute set! I love the typewriter. Gotta just love the new (social networking) with the old (good old fashioned typewriter). Your blog really does put a smile on my face.
    Good luck to all!

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  22. SOOOO cute!! :)
    Don't laugh too hard, but we still have a typewriter in our office- for printing the patient names on the color coded labels!! So yes! *giggle*

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  23. Omg, I cannot wait for your new stamps!
    My dad used to fix and sell typewriters when I was in elementary and junior high school. I have fond memories. Of playing nearby while he was fixing them at his workbench. May have to use these stamps on his fathers day card! Jen :)

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  24. I posted the FIRST comment, but obviously can't read very well (or was just too excited!) - YES, I have used a typewriter when I was young (7th grade maybe)... my mom used one all the time before we got our very first computer!

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  25. Oh my, love this set!! acually the old style telephone is the coolest:-)

    I have used one of these typewriters when I used to drop in to moms office after school when i was a little sprout.. It was so much fun and noisy!!!

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  26. Love, love, love the new stamps and I must have the previous stamps as well. The designs are amazing.

    Yes, I have used a typewriter. My family went through three of them before we moved up in the word of computers. And even then the typewriter was still being used in my household!

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  27. Oh wow!! The DT did a fantastic job showcasing the new stamps!! I love it!

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  28. Love the little office stamps.

    I worked for a car dealership that did all of the sales commissions, warranties and office mail outs on a type writer. I owned a personal laptop at the time. I'm not that old!

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  29. What an adorable and unique stamp set - so whimsical! It looks super useful too!

    I learned to type on a typewriter in high school - i can still remember the teacher's voice in my head now!

    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  30. Super cute stamp set! I love typewriters and yes, I did use them a lot! We had ROYALs and IBMs...great stuff!
    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  31. Oh goodness! That typewriter is the cutest thing EVER!!! :-)

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  32. OMG, I love it! The DT samples are fabulous & I can't wait to see the full set!

    Thanks for the chance to win :-)

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  33. Far to cute Kelly. Yes I've used a Type writer! But it was when I was a kid, and it was probably in Nova Scotia & it was my Grandmother's. I love the sound they make!

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  34. These are just too cute! I love what the DT did with them.

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  35. These new stamps are sooo cute. And Yes I'm sorry to say I'm old enough that I've used a typewriter. I used a typewriter in school and in the office, back before every one had computers.

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  36. OH! These are adorable!!! I love the paper clip, and the typewriter, and the phone - so so cute!

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  37. CUTE stamps! Yeah, I have used a typewriter. I recruited my mom to type my papers in undergraduate school b/c I was so bad at it. When I started teaching, I had an electric typewriter. SO happy when the computers were used to type up tests, handouts, assignments, and quizzes so I could EASILY make corrections and changes!

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  38. I typed lots of term papers all through collage (darn those foot notes) and my first job was typing Warranty Deeds at a real estate office ... yeah, pretty much more typewriter memories than I care to admit. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  39. HA HA! What a cute set! Love it. I remember typing my school reports on the brown typewriter we owned. I had to use that back up button to correct my typos frequently! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  40. Very cute cards and each so different! Yes I am old enough to have used a typewriter and it was not electric either.

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  41. I sure have used a typewriter. The old type is what I learned to use in high school way back when!I felt very efficient. I love your stamps, especially the little florals.

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  42. typwriter-oh my, yes! stencil machine and mimeograph too--when I worked as a church secretary! my typewriter had died-I had to get the bulletin done. The repairman came out and took each and every piece off & apart-my desk was covered in parts! He fixed it, though! I loved that typewriter! Fast forward at least 20 years...I am a church secretary again---with the same brand of typewriter! Kids today would probably say "what's a typewriter?! Lol. Hope I win! I would wear this set plumb out!

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  43. Why yes I have used a typewriter. I learned keyboarding on it in Jr High. Takin me back (quite) a few years. :)

    Loving the typewriter in this set. Also love how you can change up the message on the paper coming out of it. Very cool.

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  44. What a great sneak peek!!! Oh my... gotta have! Adorable! And yes, I have used a typewriter. Didn't even really work on a computer until I was in my late teens. Did most of my school papers on the electric typewriter at home.

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  45. Yes I have used a typewriter. I keep telling my children how lucky they are every time they have to write a paper. I go all the way back t the days of carbon paper! LOL. Thanks for the chance to win. I love your stamps!

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  46. So cute. That type writer is adorable. Love it!

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  47. Your stamps are so fab! I just love how versatile they are and the DT cards rock!! Yes, I have used a typewriter. My mom had one at home when I was younger and then we used them a little in school before everything went to all computers. Thanks for a chance to win this amazing set!!

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  48. Pat Turner SCS contrapatApril 30, 2010 at 6:15 AM

    OMG! Yes, I remember typing class in HS, blank keys so you couldn't watch your fingers! (And I remember rotary dial phones, too!)

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  49. SPECTACULAR new stamps and what a great line up of cards your design team created! BRAVO! :)

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  50. I did! I must be old because they had a typing class at my high school! This is SO adorable!!

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  51. I sure have used a typewriter before (decades ago anyhow)...but I never did it as well as Jerry Lewis did! :-) Thanks for the change to win.. I just found your blog and fabulous DT designs... can't wait to order stamps from Lawn Fawn!

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  52. I used to OWN a typewriter, and did all my writing on it. Dragged it to college with me and everything.

    And those are adorable. : )

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  53. Super cute set! Love the type writer!

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  54. brilliant, can't wait!

    used a typewriter & had typing classes on it in high school. my kids can't believe i can type as fast as i can "without looking", stern teacher, i was NOT going to be caught peeking....giggle.

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  55. Lawn Fawn is slowing going to drain my PayPal account, these are adorable!

    My mom used to own a typewriter, but an 80's style, not cool retro ones. I used to play on it as a kid.

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  56. Crazy, but I learned to type on a typewriter. In school.

    Look at your adorable stamps! I love them.

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  57. I love the typewriter image -- and yes, I've used both a manual and an electric typewriter, although it's been a very long time! Good luck with your second release -- they look great!

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  58. These samples are SO cute!!! Looks like it's going to be another great set.

    Yes, I have used a typewriter, I used a manual typewriter at home, and learned to type on an electric typewriter at school.

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  59. OMGosh! These are TOO CUTE! Could not choose a favorite!

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  60. Yes, I took a typing class in high school and I actually loved it. I like how the girls used your stamps.

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  61. Oh my word, these are all SO cute! Can't wait to see the full set!

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  62. I use a typewriter daily..some of my work forms still aren't online!

    I use a typewriter for alot of my journaling..love the look.

    Love these stamps!

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  63. How cute! I love how your stamps have such soft, flowy lines.

    I have never used a typewriter! I think it looks fun though. :P

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  64. I have used a typewriter before...and I kind of miss them...lol!!! The DT did such an amazing job!!!

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  65. Amazing samples, love them and those great stamp designs!
    I was a whiz on the IBM Selectric typewriter back in the day. I even had a small portable typewriter that I used at home to cut and paste our church bulletin each week..(that's literally cut out and use paste to put the pages together, oh how I love my computer!)
    bless you,
    nancy

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  66. The DT cards are amazing, if I do say so myself :)

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  67. LOVE them!!! Great job DT :)
    hugs
    Laura

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  68. I have used typewriter before. But not lately. Infact I have been impressed by my friend Chris who is using a typewriter for Journaling. So I might try to score one for myself as well.

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  69. when i was in HS i had a part time job in a doctor's office and i used their typewriter to make the mailing labels!

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  70. Typewriters? Why YES! I had a manual (super pecking power) as a kid, then got to SERIOUSLY learn on an electric in high school, before I advanced to "word processing" and felt the keyboard... awee... that was MUCH better!

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  71. Eek! I made a C in typing because I just wasn't interested in all those details. What a boring class! That aside, I LOOOOOVVEEE these stamps. Fun!

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  72. my parents used to have a typewriter and i would try to jam all the letters (if you press too many at the same time, they stick together). that was years ago though! what a fun memory!

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  73. Super cute set! I use a typewriter every day at work. just for a small portion of my job, but it's still in use in our gov. office.

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  74. Those sample cards are just all so fabulous! I'm loving the look of the new release!

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  75. Such fun images and cards! I love
    my Olivetti typewriter. I received it when I graduated from H.S. and refuse to part with it even if I don't really use it anymore.

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  76. Really cute stamps, I love them! Very pretty cards too! I got a manual typewriter for Christmas when I was in middle school. I thought I was so cool. LOL! My freshman year of high school we did typing on electric typewriters. Then the next year we had computers. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  77. WOW--kelly! These are super FAB! LOOOOOVE all the cards and these stamps:) YOU ROCK!

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  78. Oh yikes! Learned to type on a typewriter in high school--1986!! White-out quickly became my best friend...Do they even make white-out anymore?? LOVE this new set and your fun and funky style!!

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  79. Such lovely cards! I'm looking forward to seeing the whole set, Kelly!

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  80. I actually learned how to type on a typerwriter. It was a pain compared to what we have now.Such neat cards. I can't wait to see everything else.
    Erin
    ema12779@gmail.com

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  81. Oh boy...guess I'm getting old.Yes, I have used a typewriter in High school. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  82. gorgeous, stunning and unbelievable work!!! what a team!! thanks for the chance to win!!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

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  83. Amazing designs! I love this office set. Just my style! a must-have!

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  84. Oh my goodness - what an adorable stamp set!! I just love it and cannot wait to see what all comes in this set. I love the fonts! :D

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  85. I learned to type on a typewriter and still find them fascinating.

    In fact, for Mother's Day I'm asking my family to take me "antique" and thrift shopping in hopes of finding one.

    Love the new set - my favorite one so far.

    Warmly,
    Nicole

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  86. I did, I did! I admit it, I used a typewriter in high school! Not for long because I moved up to a word processor (it still looked like a typewriter!) soon, but I did have one!

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  87. Natalie WintersteinApril 30, 2010 at 5:06 PM

    My dad used to be a newspaper journalist when I was little, so I can remember messing aorund with his. My grandma still types us letters on her type-writer! :)

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  88. Super fun Kelly Marie! Congrats on the release of another awesome stamp set!

    My little bro and I used to type notes excusing us from school, and then randomly walk in and fold it over and ask our parents to sign it! As if! They were sitting in the kitchen listening to do it all along, and we were like, 5 + 7. Wonder if those little notes would have worked? LOL!

    Hugs,
    RobbynW

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  89. Cute set!
    Used a typewriter in school!

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  90. gorgeous set.. and yes, I learned how to type on a real typewriter.. gosh, does that make me old? I hope not! LOL bonnierose in Fargo.. LOVE your stamps gf.

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  91. fabulous DT cards! wow! I adore the typewriter image!! and no, i have never used a typewriter. but i always keep my eyes out for one when we go to antique stores. I want a real one!! =)

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  92. loooove the typewriter! these images are sooooo fun!

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  93. I love your stamps, especially the rotary-dial phone! I feel old remembering using one LOL!! I can't wait to see new ones!

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  94. Yes, I have used a typewriter. I'm not sure but there may even be a portable one, lost somewhere in the house that I took to university with me, back in the day!? Or, at least I have a visual memory of what the case looked like!

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  95. OH MY..the sneaks are so cute!
    And yes I've used a typewriter. That's how I learned to type...back in the good ole days before computers were all the rage. LOL

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  96. That's the cutest typewriter ever!

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  97. absolutely love at 1st site. I can not wait for this one to go live. I'm so excited! and LOVE the samples ladies. Awsomeness as always

    Sharon

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  98. I was young (7-8) when I used a typewriter for the first time. It wasn't long before we got a word processor and then a small computer. Thanks for the great giveaway! :)

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  99. Super cute set! They're darling!
    Fabb-y cards too!

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  100. What an amazing team of artists! I learned to type in junior high years ago. I still have a vintage Underwood typewriter from my Grandmother aging in my closet. I really should put it on display in my office.

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  101. LOVE this set...will HAVE to HAVE IT!!!! Yes, I've used a typewriter before and actually used to love using it. I wish I could find some ribbon to use mine I have upstairs as it would make some cute notes to put on things. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  102. Too cute!! Looks like a lovely set! Awesome!!

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  103. The set is really cute. I learned to type on a manual in jr high, received a manual one for christmas during that time. In high school we upgraded to electric, but it was during the energy crisis of the '70's and we typed in the winter with our mittens on!
    Kathy T

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  104. OMG this looks like such a fun stamp set. Can't wait to see the full set. Yes, I've typed on a typewriter....manual, electric, computer keyboard. Does that tell you how old I am?

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  105. Oh I gotta get this set! So cute Kelly! I use a typewriter at work all the time. I love it! Brings back memories of high school.
    :) Rachel

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  106. Love the typewriter and can't wait to see the rest of the set and the other sets coming out!

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  107. Yes I have, and on many cards - I love it, and can't wait to see the set!

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  108. Congrats on your new company and love the looks of this set! I have stamped on a real typewriter, way back in high school, lol!

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  109. I typed out all of my high school reports on my moms old type writer!

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  110. Cute set! I have used a typewriter. I taught a neighbor how to type on one since they did not have a computer.

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