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Cool!!!!!!!!!!!!! ScrapYourTrip.com now carries Geocaching scrapbooking diecuts. The first geocaching scrapbook stuff I've seen anywhere.

 

http://www.scrapyourtrip.com/geocaching.html

(I've ordered from them about 4 times. Service is great & fast!!)

 

Thinking these might be neat to place in a new cache.

 

OK, color me stupid, but is that a STAMP?? A Sticker??

 

Ghezzze I need to get out more...

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I think they are diecuts. I'm certain the word "geocaching" is a die cut....meaning cut by die from thick cardstock. I've gotten other titles from them & that's what they were.

 

The logo I'm guessing is the same. Usually they are like paper piecings. All the pieces are cut out of the correct color cardstock, & you just use a bit of your favorite adhesive to stick together.

 

If you have questions, they respond to email fast.

 

In years past, I've bought geocaching patches from the Groundspeak store & used that on my scrapbook page. Here's a link to a 6 page layout I made way back in 2002 when we started caching. Back then, you had to make just about everything for your page. Not much in stores then. LOL And YES, I know the compass points are backwards. I noticed it later...and that's the way the clipart came offline. LOL

http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumIndex...30855534&f=

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I think they are diecuts. I'm certain the word "geocaching" is a die cut....meaning cut by die from thick cardstock. I've gotten other titles from them & that's what they were.

 

The logo I'm guessing is the same. Usually they are like paper piecings. All the pieces are cut out of the correct color cardstock, & you just use a bit of your favorite adhesive to stick together.

 

Ok, cutout cardboard.... Sorry, I guess I would need to be a scaper to understand... Are they like a stencil that you can use over and over?

 

Ahh, nevermind... some things in life should ALWAYS be a mystery... :anitongue::tired:

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She is a scrapbook nerd.

 

What is this "scrapbook," you speak of?

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrapbook

 

This will explain scrapbooking. Its big amoung many people. There are stories out there that cater to scrapbooking, and a log of groups are making available scrapbooking materials with their logos and the like. Also check out art supply stores like Michael's, or even the craft area of Wal-Mart etc.

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I wonder if they are going to get a letter from Groundspeak's attorney?

 

I would hope/assume she went thru all the necessary contacting. She also sells Disney stuff & Disney is the WORSE out there about using their name / icon / logo without permission.

 

As for those looking for more geocaching stuff, she takes suggestions!!!! I'm SURE thats how those got there in the first place.

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In years past, I've bought geocaching patches from the Groundspeak store & used that on my scrapbook page. Here's a link to a 6 page layout I made way back in 2002 when we started caching. Back then, you had to make just about everything for your page. Not much in stores then. LOL And YES, I know the compass points are backwards. I noticed it later...and that's the way the clipart came offline. LOL

http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumIndex...30855534&f=

That's an awesome layout :D

 

I love the idea of doing a caching scrapbook - that would be FUN!

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I wonder if they are going to get a letter from Groundspeak's attorney?

 

Yup they did ...

Ahhh.... So that would explain why, when I went there, there was just the map paper and the die cut title...

 

Hmmm... Maybe I'll make a set and offer it for free. I think that would be OK with Groundspeak....

 

::runs off to check licensing rules::

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Well, before I bother... My set would be for digital scrapbooking. Is there any interest in a geocaching digi-scrapbooking set?

 

I would be interested in any digi-scrapbooking stuff anyone comes up with or finds!!!! Digital is actually how I got into paper scrapping way back in 1999. I was doing digital for years before digital was in. lol Too bad it didn't catch on faster. Think of all the $ I could have saved. B)

 

Oh...and too bad the geocaching logo diecut is gone from the scrapyourtrip.com website. :)

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