When arranging to pick up the stamps from the printer, I sadly discovered the company that preformed the perforations did not understand perf 12. As you can see, they did a die-cut dash-dot perf 24. So, I'm scrambling to find a company to actually perforate the stamps correctly. I'm not sure what to do or call these stamps. They are not perf. & they are not truly imperf. We may have a common error die-cut 24 available this year. If I get proper perfs in time, one option is to sell these as the imperf. stamps. Until I can figure out how to get the forum up to discuss this interesting twist to stamp making, please feel free to email me your thoughts. Yet, 6 triangles still make a hexagon.
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