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Old 06-25-2016, 10:55 AM   #1
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Default Favorite simple sentiment dies

I'm just starting to deliberate buy some word dies. I'd like to get an "all purpose" happy birthday, Thank you and In Sympathy die to start. What are your favorite/most used basic sentiment dies?
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Old 06-25-2016, 11:56 AM   #2
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I've gotten quite a few from 123 Stitch. They are a great company, good prices and shipping is very reasonable. Here is a link to look. Type sentiment dies in the search bar and lots and lots come up:

Cross Stitch, Fabric, Floss, Thread, Earrings, Necklaces, Scarves, Rubber Stamps and Dies from 123Stitch.com
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Papertrey Ink has just come out with a new series called Big Basics; these word/phrase dies are large enough to carry a card with very little embellishment if that's the way you wanted to go:

https://www.papertreyink.com/index.p...str=Big+Basics

I love these dies, also from PTI; there is a coordinating stamp set:

https://www.papertreyink.com/pti-die...day-cheer-die/

I also love these from W+9:

Hand Lettered Hello Die - WPlus9 Design Studio, LLC
Hand Lettered Thanks Die - WPlus9 Design Studio, LLC

This stamp/die combo from My Favorite Things can be used for many occasions:

Because You

Another stamp/die favorite from Hero Arts:

https://www.simonsaysstamp.com/produ...-DC183-DC183HA

A sympathy die from Simon Says Stamp:

https://www.simonsaysstamp.com/produ...0?currency=USD

This bundle from Concord & 9th is one of my faves:

Being Classy BUNDLE - Concord & 9th
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I Love Quietfire Designs dies, they have a good range of basics, in a lovely script font. Selection HERE.
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Old 06-27-2016, 02:43 AM   #5
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Script -Love Quietfire too (I just placed an order plus you get the currency conversion if you order direct 23-30% depending on the day but it takes longer), IO has more than one font, MFT, Tim Holtz has a couple of nice sets, Elizabeth Craft, Lawn Fawn has the ones like a long line...I tend to buy one here and there when I like it

You can see a bunch of this at Elizabeth craft if you just want to see before surfing.
https://www.elizabethcraftdesigns.co...ons/dies/words

Also go to Ellen Hutson for another wide cross section of companies.
Die Domain - Dies - Ellen Hutson LLC

Print-this was a lesson to me...I didnt realize I dont have a lot of sentiment dies in print and what I have wont fit simple. int:
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I like the bolder "In a Word" Winnie and Walter dies because they easy to work with. You can get the cardstock out of the die and glue it down more easily than a thinner script/font.

https://www.winniewalter.com/collections/cutaways
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Thank you Krista! They have a bunch of larger font print words for nice prices!
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