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Location: CNY but I'd rather be in Bonaire snorkeling!
Beach/nautical stamps. and I'm ALWAYS looking for sentiments for the inside of cards (heads up, stamp companies!). I have lots of "Happy (whatever occasion)", stamp companies, so PLEASE make insides sentiments to match/as additions to your outside stamps!!!!!!!!! I want something different! And humorous is always appreciated, too!
Arlene, The Snorkeler
Stamp with us: Binghamton Feb 21, Poughkeepsie Mar14, Williamsville Mar 21 & Oct17, Ilion Apr 11!
Location: I live in North Texas, but my heart remains in New Mexico.
Southwestern! I have many already, but the next time I see one, I'll probably "have" to have it!!! I have lots and lots that I haven't used yet; this year I tagged all the stamps...and other stuff...that I haven't used yet and I'm trying to use them all at least once!
When I first started doing this stamping thing (over 10 years now) I told my husband that I would make some cards with each stamp set and then sell it and use that money to buy more, therefore limiting my expenses. I didn't intentionally lie to him, but I just couldn't make myself give up my Halloween stamps. I still have them!
Cameras, chevron, cityscapes, food or drink, large backgrounds, journaling/label type stamps. People stamps by Elisabeth Bell, LOTV, Stampotique, Mo Manning, Wee Stamps, Crissy Armstrong, Sweet Pea stamps, Uptown Girls( Stamping Bella.)
Graphic type images to add to card backgrounds (think borders that could be repeated for large backgrounds or just as borders), nautical images not necessarily character drive, chevrons, drinks (especially coffee), anything nature related - especially trees (something along the line of Nesting or The Tweetest Things sets), tags and sentiments to stamp onto them. And like Susan, I also like cameras and office supplies although not necessarily vintage - more funky and fun.
I love "cute" stamps and I also enjoy stamps that have some sort of pun or play on something funny...for example the new mustache stamps are adorable; stamps with I "mustache" you a question on them...how cute is that? best wishes, Becky