Friday, March 30, 2012

sourcing my number stamp...




How amazing it is to wake up on a chilly, rainy Friday morning and find my inbox flooded with emails about one of my little projects! I got hit with the most wonderful double whammy today, having my numbered cabinet featured on BOTH The Handmade Home & Maple & Magnolia! (THANK YOU, Ashley & Susan!) I had no idea this was going to happen ~ oh happy day!




I paint and sell and lot of furniture...so I need things to be quick and efficient when it comes to completing a project. To number the drawers on this one, I used a silicone stamp with a clear block rather than a stencil. Stamps are soooo much faster and easier!




The million dollar email question of the day is "where did you find the stamp?"

I purchased these last fall, and they were in the "stamp isle" at my local Michaels. Here is a photo so you know which package you are looking for...



And here is the UPC, just in case that make them easier to find. The clerk in the store may be able to search their system to see if they can find you some. I did check the Michael's website, but didn't see them. 



UPDATE: I was able to find 3 sets locally this morning! Email me if you would like I set! $8 each, and that includes shipping!

I am going to stop at Michael's today, so will inquire while I am there to see what info they can give me on how or where to find them. 

Want to see the full tutorial on how I complete the cabinet? Click here...

A BIG THANK YOU to Ashley & Susan for making my day! 

I wish you all a Friday just as happy!

12 comments:

  1. You are so sweet to provide your source! I have a set and I am sooo excited to try on furniture! can you tell me about the type of paint and color you used with the stamp...looks gray?

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  2. Congrats and thanks for the links
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  3. thank you for sharing!! i have a great little metal cabinet that i have been searching for numbers for--it is REALLY hard to find a GREAT vintage number stamp or stencil!!!
    chris
    p.s. i scooped up a set on e-bay!

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  4. Thanks For the info !!!
    Very helpful I shall go see if I can find some...
    Blessings Lori

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  5. So happy to find your blog. Love the font that those are done with! Now if only Michael's were in France ....
    I will be back and often!

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  6. I was SO excited to find a package of these stamps yesterday while at my Michaels. Came to just under $6 with a 40% coupon. Thanks for the advice. You're so sweet to share your secrets with us : )
    Have a great day ~
    Deanna

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  7. I started following you on Pinterest ( I almost took all you pins...)and here I am to follow your blog! Loved!
    Kisses,
    Zazá

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  8. Hi:
    I just started blogging and pinning about a month ago. This dresser was one of the first images I found and pinned it right away. It got lots or repins! It's still one of my favorite pieces, even after a month of participating in linkup parties, pinning, etc. Thanks for the inspiration. Hope you have a minute to check out my blog and projects.

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  9. Thank you so much for sharing this info, Mary! I'd love to have a set of those!! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  10. Found the stamps at my Canadian Michaels! Thanks so much!

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  11. Love this project~thanks for the info!
    Angie

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  12. So beautiful! I just came across your blog, love it! you def have a new follower!

    door251.com

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