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Old 07-22-2013, 08:09 AM   #21
ladybugstamper2
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Hi!
I suggest she stay away from "themes". Back in the mid 90's when my friends and I first discovered stamping, one friend only bought stamps that were quilting or sewing theme. After a time she gave up stamping because she didn't have enough supplies or money at the time to have other choices. Yes, she borrowed and we all shared, but she got hung up on a theme and couldn't move past it.

I always suggest sample kits, or all occasion sets, where a stamper can have a selection of options. That way you don't feel stuck with one choice, especially when money is tight and you have to use what you have.

Now, that's how I started and all these years later I have a ton of stamps for everything including ground hog's day, which we don't celebrate, but I have a stamp if we ever decided too. LOL!!!
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