Pacific Concrete Images creates, adds to stamp lines

Pacific Concrete Images has launched a new series of animal tracks and added to its fossil stamp collection and border tool collection. The new animal tracks collection is comprised of 43 different footprints from animals such as coyotes, grizzly bears, striped skunks, prairie dogs, armadillos, common zebras and African elephants. The pancake-style polyurethane stamps can be positioned to create a variety of gait patterns, such as walking, running or trotting. Added to the border tool collection are stamps of turtles, butterflies, garden roses, grapevines, koi fish, lilies, sport fish and sunflowers. The stamps range from 43 inches to 48 inches long, depending on the pattern. Added to the fossil stamp collection are stamps of Archaeopteryx, Phareodus, Diplomystus dentatus, Shunosaurus, a turtle, a sea floor and trilobites. The addition brings the total number of fossil stamps to 12. à

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