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Is anyone familiar with this UK company's gorgeous stamps? I like what I'm seeing on their website, but I thought I'd ask here to see if anyone has info regarding quality, shipping times, customer service and the like.
Hi Lola, I'm in the UK so I can only answer from that perspective. The quality of CB stamps is good - they're unmounted natural rubber and they're deeply enough etched that I get a good impression from them with no foam mount on the back (I use temporary adhesive on the back and stamp on a slightly cushy surface).
Glenda despatches stuff quickly and then I guess the rest is down to the respective postal services. Stuff typically takes about a week or ten days to cross the Atlantic and get where it's going. She's good at replying to e-mail queries if you need help (don't forget there's a five hour time difference though so your answer might not seem "instant").
Funnily enough, I'm just about to use some CB stamps in a crafty project this morning What's on your wish list?
I agree with Joanne - the Chocolate Baroque stamps I'm using, I'm VERY happy with, and they are very easy to use. The rubber is of excellent quality, deeply etched even to the finest tiniest detail, and are very easy to cut apart. Glenda has sooooo many different stamps to chose from and I don't think you'll be disappointed in any you chose!