Symbols of Ancient Mexico: 18 Rubber Stamps

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Chronicle Books, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies
In ancient Mexico, ceramic stamps honoring animals, gods, and the natural world were used to imprint cloth and pottery, make temporary tattoos, adorn manuscripts, and identify the creator of an important object. Now you can use these striking stamps to beautify your modern-day correspondence. Included is a bilingual booklet explaining the rich history of the culture that produced these designs.
Handsomely packaged in a display-quality pine box, each stamp kit contains eighteen to thirty-one wooden-backed rubber stamps, an ink pad, and an instructional booklet that explains the origin of each stamp and suggests decorative and inspirational uses.

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