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My favorites are from Whipper Snapper. They are my favorites especially the snowmen for Christmas, cute animals with hearts for Valentines and all their Easter stamps are the cutest and so fun to color.
Magnolia and Sugar Nellies. Beautiful stamps. I use memento ink to stamp with - it sets well and doesn't smear. I usually use Copics for coloring. I plan on trying my hand at colored pencils soon - Prismas.
I use mostly Gina K. Designs (especially Theresa Momber's and Melanie Meunchinger's sets) and SweetnSassy stamps for coloring. SU doesn't have a lot of line images for coloring, but I have accumlated a few of their sets as well. Oh, and House Mouse is another great company for coloring.
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I can do all things through Him who strengthens me. Phillippians 4:13
I'm still pretty much a newbie with this - trying my hand at Prismacolor pencils and OMS (until I win the lottery and can afford Copics, LOL). My favorite rubber/clear stamps are Penny Black, Lawn Fawn, and Paper Smooches. My favorite digi-stamps are Meljen's Designs and Hambo Stamps. (I tend to favor "cute", and "animals". I'm not much for people stamps, or realistic designs.)
And I'll second what Metalcharm said. Digi-stamps are a great way to practice. You can find quite a few freebies, just by Googling "freebie didi-stamps". I did that before investing too much in pencils and supplies (though it didn't take long to realize I was going to be hooked.)