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Old 08-15-2006, 01:40 PM   #41  
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I'd like:

New sayings - get rid of Cheery Chat and the All Year Cheers.

Refills for the hardware. I don't need multiple tins.

I want an unmounted stamp option so I don't pay for the blocks, pay to ship the blocks AND I have space to buy more and more stamps.

I'd love templates, like the one a bunch of us ordered (from another company) for the card holder and things like pocket cards, etc.

I'd like new designs for personalized stamps.

I don't have any yet, but I'll go with the mono multi everyone is requesting since it is so popular. I've been having mono troubles lately and it's not hot here.

That's all I can think of right now....
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I'm not sure if anyones already said this or not, but I want some pixie pink ribbon!!!! I also want ribbon to match every single paper color. I also would like them to sell ribbon with say 15 yards and cost less, that way I could buy all of them at once
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wow great ideas ladies lets keep these ones coming.

I love the idea of a long term get well.You were right about people who have cancer,and are so sick for those long time illnesses.

Maybe a more of LIFT UP YOUR SPIRITS kind of a stamp set.

OOHHH NEVER THOUGHT OF THE IN COLORS watercolor crayons. yes yes yes.I'm with you on that one didn't think of them .It just gives us more colors.ooh yah gotta have them watercolor crayons.Just think of all the money su would make off these.

(Scribbles is a small bottle of paint used for fabric mostly) but thay have shiny white,glitter colors which I love to use on my cards.for snowflakes snowmen.to make them sparkly).
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I would appreciate the return of the chalk pads (plus most of the stuff mentioned previously!).
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Old 08-15-2006, 01:57 PM   #45  
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Just to give some insight about the way SU chooses products for their line:

To have a super efficient picking system, there are only so many open slots in the pick line. SU chooses to put the emphasis on offering lots of different types of accessories in mostly assortments, instead of eliminating them entirely. For example, if they sold the hodgepodge hardware in individual increments, they would have to cut out other products. So for SU, they have chosen to sell in assortments and offer more items. You can send in feedback on this decision if you like, but be aware that this is the limitation they have.

SU really listens to their demonstrators and their customers. When you submit suggestions, to really be heard you need to be constructive in your criticisms and your suggestions. Saying "I want better level 1 hostess sets" isn't particularly helpful (and honestly, naturally a little off-putting to those who actually like them and maybe even designed them ) Be very specific about what you want to see, and if enough people are asking for the same thing, then you can expect to see your wish granted in future publications.

As a demo, I would love it if SU offered ALL of my crafting needs, from Mod Podge to tins, to RSVP pens, but I think it is unrealistic to expect them to do it all. But we can dream! And who knows, if they had a thousand people asking for something, it could just happen!

So many people have said that one company cannot possibly be all things to all people...
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I meant to say STICKLES NOT SCRIBBLES. Sorry about that.I couldn't find stickles today at Micheals.so I bought some scribbles in a shiny white,glitter gold,glitter silver and glitter in a clear color.
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I'd like a 4th of July set with fireworks, flag, etc.
Some scenic stamps would be nice, like of mountains, lighthouses, etc.
A neutral cardstock assortment.
I'd like the option to buy the brads in the hodgepodge colors separately, I don't mind if the rest of the hardware is sold in a set, but let us at least be able to buy the brads separately.
More gingham ribbon colors, we especially need a purple, a brighter green, and a darker blue. An orange might be nice as well.
And I would like the "in colors" to stick around! I'm having a tough time convincing myself to buy them because I know they'll be gone next summer. I don't have the room to hoard enough paper until my ink is gone.
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Old 08-15-2006, 02:32 PM   #48  
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More scenic stamps. Rivers with trees, Lakes, nice birdhouses, cottages.
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Please create more wow projects in the main catalog. I remember constantly looking at my 2005 catalog and loving all the neat projects and trying to figure out how it was done, and this year's catalog I have not had the same inclination. There doesn't seem to be any eye popping examples other than what is on the front cover.

I think we get a little spoiled here!
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I would like to see:
stampin spots for the in colors so I don't have to invest so much up front to get all the colors that will only be around for a year.

Sets of stampin around cartridges in the color families

A combined dog and cat set

A leaf set that includes different kinds of leaves like fern, oak, etc. great for backgrounds.
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stampin spots for the in colors so I don't have to invest so much up front to get all the colors that will only be around for a year.

Sets of stampin around cartridges in the color families

A combined dog and cat set

A leaf set that includes different kinds of leaves like fern, oak, etc. great for backgrounds.
I like the spots and leaf set idea, and if they can't sell the in color spots, than offer blank spots that you can use your refills with.
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Old 08-15-2006, 04:38 PM   #52  
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Men sets
Bring back the ribbon that they had
Some good Christmas sets
Not so many cutsey sets
Flower sets that don't look the same
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For those of you ladies looking for the ethnic stamps. I noticed that the TAC stamps seem to look a bit more ethnic and I have gotten quite a few of them for that very reason.
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Old 08-15-2006, 04:46 PM   #54  
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Here's mine:

1. Hodgepodge Hardware refill - everything that's in the tin, just not the tin
2. More masculine stamps
3. 8X8 albums
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I agree with much that has been said above but I would also like to see
1. RV set
2. Extreme sports- snowboarding, skateboarding, Dirt bike, ATV. Jet skiing....
3. more 2 step stamping
4. Ice hockey
5. A set of children in which the bodies and heads were interchangable (not the current one with odd heads, bodies and feet).
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I agree, and It should have different campers - a pop-up, trailer, 5th wheel, rv, etc.

And I think everything else I'd like is listed already
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For those of you ladies looking for the ethnic stamps. I noticed that the TAC stamps seem to look a bit more ethnic and I have gotten quite a few of them for that very reason.
Unfortunately that doesn't help my SU! sales, but thanks for the tip!
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Ribbons in smaller quantities. 25 yds of one color is more than I will ever use since I am not a demo. Maybe make a ribbon sampler of say, 2 yards, of every color the way people sell them on Ebay.

More words like Wonderful Words. Especially if we could buy them ala carte. Short phrases using that same type of font like thinking of you, or life is good, even happy birthday.

A set of just Happy Birthday stamps in several fonts. I find myself buying just about every Happy Birthday stamp I find at Michael's or Hobby Lobby etc. so I would snap that one up!
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I agree, new Christmas. I also haven't been happy with the Christmas sets, even in the preview of the winter mini. I'm surprised that so many stayed in from last catty.
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Old 08-15-2006, 06:42 PM   #60  
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The neutral cardstocks in asst. 8 1/2 x 11 packages.

another Easter set...
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Ok, for those of you born in the 50's. Remember Ricky Raccoon, PP Le Pew (the skunk), and those high pitched Chipmunks that sang Christmas songs???? Someone in the Stampin Up Family is reliving those days. I think it is kind of cute. I don't want the stamp sets. But, I think it is cute.
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A semi-truck line drawn set (like the pickup trucks and convertibles)


Refills for the hodgepodge sets
Ribbon in assortments
Neutral cardstock assortment packs
I agree with all of these and keep the In Colors and add markers for them.
Also how about a draft horse set. Maybe some with doing farm work and some with showing with the fancy harness.

more masculine sets.
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Umm, I think I'll wait until I see this years, thank you very much!! lol
no kidding.... good grief we just got this one 6 weeks ago! I've barely worn down a corner on mine yet!
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I'd like to see a new Girl Scout set. Girl Power is HORRIBLY overpriced second hand, and there's been no new replacement since they took it away. I hear CTMH has one, so you'd think it would be in SU's best interest to sell a new one.

Also, I'd like to be able to buy Stampin Spots individually. You can get many brands' little ink pads like that, but not SU's. It's a good way to TRY a color.

Bigger packs of paper... say 50 and 100. Some you just use a lot of and I'd rather just buy a bigger pack.

New mystical creatures set.... unicorns, fairies, wizard, etc. WHY NOT capitalize on the Harry Potter mania?

A hot air balloon set. Different sizes and patterns on the balloons.

OH, I could go on and on, but I won't!

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I'd also like to see less cutsie Christmas sets and not another Madonna one. Seems when they do a Christian based Christmas set it has a goofy saying as part of the set.

Would love a good wedding set, more masculine styles -some to color, not just detailed for monochromatic. Like the idea of more tools and boy things like the old construction set, etc. Good for scrapbooks and cards. Agree on a good get well set for long-term illness (vs cute set). Another set similar to the Hope for Comfort set to use with illness/get well/sympathy. Like idea of medical set or doctor kit type. Less overall cutsie sets for me. Love the sketches sets and elegant look for a switch. More words - sorry graceful words didn't make the new catty.

Accessory-wise = refills for hardware, a blue/red actual burgandy color paper and ink, love the designer series spring showers, spring flowers and 4 seasons and most of single sided ones too (esp. recollections). Keep those!
Multi packs of sand, kraft, brown, etc. paper.

Need decent Simply Scrappin' for Christmas ...something for scrapbooks and cards as well plus other sets that can be used as quick card kits like the Summer Sketches set. Love the gorgeous background paper in that set vs busy background of In Full Bloom. Others mostly for scrapbooks but card gals like to use them too.

Add a few designer albums back in as well; miss those. Makes more competitive vs plain ones.
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For those saying more ribbon in lesser amts . . . saw a suggestion last week and tried it with wonderful results! Take our white or vanilla grosgrain ribbon and dye w/ our SU refills! Did it w/ choco. chip and you could not tell the difference. Just apply w/ a sponge or maybe q-tip. Barely used any ink and got a small piece for a project w/o buying the whole color.
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Another sympathy set non religion sayings for people who aren't Christians.
Diffrent adhesive besides snail.
Boy Scout and Cub Scout, Girl Scout
Camping set not cutesy.
Farm set not cutesy.
Animal sets realistic not cute.
Get Well set not cute.
Valentine set elegant same for Christmas don't care for cute.
Horses with the whole body not parts.
Real looking chickens and ducks.
Bridal and wedding set Bride and Groom, cake flowers.
Set for Wedding and Baby Showers.
Perfect pearls or other glittery finishes for techniques.
Leather like album.
8 by 8 album
Thank You in lots of languages.
Father Day and Mothers Day sayings.
Clear sayings in easy to read fonts for the hard to read these days crowd.
Quotes for Birthdays and Anniversary cards.
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I would really like to see the Hedgehogs come back.
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I would really like to see the Hedgehogs come back.
Ooooh, I'll second that. I've been buying Penny Black Hedgies.
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I'm sure my list will grow as time passes but so far:

stuff from hodge podge hardware sold separately so they can be used in swaps (Or for demos for workshops)

Stamp sets/ideas
-a better dog set
-I don't like the new Judaic set but I know its too new to pull but this is a WISH list right? LOL
-cruise set
-stuff for Alaska. I'm going on a cruise this week and I can't believe how many people I've talked to recently that have been or are going
-new background stamps (I use them so often I'd keep buying more LOL)

less simple single line drawn stamp sets.I don't like to buy something I feel like I can draw myself

More patterened paper

an option to go unmounted w/the rubber. Sell the sets w/ or w/out the blocks and provide the supplies to use unmounted


Thats all at a first quick thought!

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new all year cheer-type sets.
hodgepodge refills
more scrapbook kits
different christmas
get rid of some of the funky, retro, patterns in all the papers, etc. enough is enough!
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Just thought of something else, a baby or toddler set, one that can be used in scrapbooks, but not a "welcome baby" set. More like ABC blocks, rubberducky and bubbles, a rattle, maybe a baby sitting in a highchair... it could have a saying in it "look who's..." I would really love that. And maybe some images for toddlers, like a kite, bubbles, duplo lego images, a tower build outof blocks, but all a little bigger than the toy box images.

What I also would like is a vintage style comic book (superhero) stamp set, my DH is not very interrested in the regular guy stuff. He just likes comic books.
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I would love to see:

1. Unthemed masculine sets--not fishing, not golfing, not football (the men in my life don't do any of those things)--just masculine designs.
2. Stitches stamp set
3. Doodle stamp set
4. Rub-ons
5. More quote stamp set
6. A new baby stamp set
7. Gelly Roll pens (if you haven't tried these, you don't know what you're missing)
8. I like the idea of Stamping Spots for the In Colors.

If I think of anything else, I'll add to my list! =)
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Like the suggesstion of blank spots to use w/ reinkers!
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keep reading requests for unmounted rubber. W/o blocks provided, how would that work unless you mean the acrylic temp mount style. My customers would die for that type stamp! I love hedgehogs but one customer would faint if came back. LOL ..adamant in her dislike of the little darlings!!!! I'll tell her you asked tho just for a reaction.
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yes keep the rubber they don't stain like the acrylic stamps,and of course we need the acrylic blocks.In sizes that you can mount the big wheels on so that length.

an Easter stamp set that shows coloring easter eggs.egg hunt,a saying to go with it.a title.a basket not cutesty,but realistic,some easter grass and little eggs,a bunny,the egg holder to dye eggs with,the kind that is made out of metal.

a new Halloween set,thinking back to your older catalogs,

yes hedgehogs are so cute,

A cute little turtle set,perhaps for birthday,getwell,thank you. etc

mix and match set but a little differant ,I like the concept of the stamp set but not particually the stamps in the set.
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My wish list:

1. Cats in the Halloween sets - I'm heartbroken there's no cat in Booglie Eyes or Best Friends
2. An assorted vintage vehicle set - a variety of vehicles, not 4 of the same type.
3. The crafter's tool kit without the tools - I have all the tools, but would like the kit to hold them.

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Old 08-16-2006, 05:18 PM   #78  
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Everything I would like to see has been already mentioned but I second all the suggestions...

-Neutral cardstock in an assorted collection
-Unmounted option for stamps. There used to be a choice between foam and wood mounted. Would it be so hard to offer a choice between wood mounted and plain rubber?
-More masculine/gender neutral stamps. With a house full of males, lots of brother-in-laws, and primarly male coworkers it's hard to make cards for them.
-A motorcycle set with sports bikes (GXR, Katana, naked sports bike). I have the set with HD type bikes but even the V-Star I just traded in for another bike didn't resemble any of those images.

hmmm that's all I can think of for now. To everyone that suggested Hodgepodge refills..I feel your pain. I didn't buy it for that reason and the fact that some things I would use others wouldn't. After getting "deals" on sets of items off QVC and ending up not using most of them I make SURE I will use EVERYTHING in a set of anything before buying it. Otherwise it just becomes more clutter in my craft room.
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Old 08-16-2006, 05:53 PM   #79  
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I would really like to see the sahara sand and whisper white ink pads come in regular pads rather than craft pads. I would also like to see larger qtys of neutral card stock offered i.e 80 pieces in a pack
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Old 08-16-2006, 06:08 PM   #80  
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I'd like a school set that had numbers and smaller "st" "nd" "rd", "th" and the word "grade" in school-like fonts for scrapbook pages. Then you could make pages for each year in school that said "1st grade" etc. I know I could probably do this with a number set and an alphabet, but this would be fun.
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