Chippy 12×12 Decor Stamp™
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The Chippy Paint Decor Stamp™ helps you to achieve the look of long worn paint. Chippy can simulate long worn paint while keeping your painted furniture surface whole. Use sections of this stamp for a realistic look.
These large scale stamps are made with food-safe material that can be used on baked goods, sugar arts, decor, furniture, and just about whatever else you can put your mind to.
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The Chippy Paint Decor Stamp™ is a versatile DIY tool made to help you transform your creations! These large scale stamps are made with food-safe material that can be used on baked goods, sugar arts, decor, furniture, and just about whatever else you can put your mind to.
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