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Old 08-20-2014, 06:03 PM   #41
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There were some Amuse stamps I liked and never bought because I had to have a demonstrator or randomly pick one. You know, just let me order the stamp, if you want to give the demo nearest me credit for it then fine, but leave me out of it, or better yet, just have those available like "airmiles" that demos could pull from to up an order etc.
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Old 08-20-2014, 08:08 PM   #42
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I was very inpressed (pun intended) with Lawn Fawn! Their stamps give a wonderful impression, and the dies fit perfectly! I also love how so many of the sets will compliment other sets! I wish they would have a few more non cutesy sets tho.

I also like Stampendous.

Very disappointed with my PTI sets. They don't stamp very well even after many uses. (I use Memento inks.)

I don't buy SU anymore. Way too pricey, and I don't like having to assemble them! I also don't like having to find a demonstrator to do something I should be able to do myself, order them!
I was disappointed with certain photopolymer sets too, whenever I used Memento. If you hate using them anyway and have nothing to lose, you might try sanding them a little. Sometimes I don't just sand them a little, I sand them a LOT. And I don't just sand the photopolymer sets; I've sanded nearly all of my rubber stamps as well. Sometimes I think maybe it is Memento rather than the stamps, but I like using Copics, and don't know of another ink that I can try. Versafine Onyx ALWAYS shows up nice and black even on the most uncooperative, non-sanded stamp, but I only use that with watercolours.
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A few more to add to Joan's list:

Flourishes
Purple Onion
Rubbernecker

I am a long time SU demonstrator, but I am an equal opportunity stamper and have stamps from dozens of companies, my favorites other than SU being Penny Black, Hero Arts, Impression Obsession, Northwoods and Rubbernecker.
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Although I have stamps from many companies, my very favorite is Heartfelt Creations. Their stamps, die cuts and papers all go together. Google them and check them out. They have a particular style that I love.
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Just tried Fawn Lawn because of some comments on this forum. I could not be more happy with the dies I received. They cut beautiful crisp images. SO happy. Thank you.
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A few more to add to Joan's list:

Flourishes
Purple Onion
Rubbernecker

I am a long time SU demonstrator, but I am an equal opportunity stamper and have stamps from dozens of companies, my favorites other than SU being Penny Black, Hero Arts, Impression Obsession, Northwoods and Rubbernecker.
To my knowledge, Flourishes is closed.

However, one of their designers started Power Poppy.
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Big shout out for Beeswax Rubber Stamps: Beeswax Rubber Stamps - Fine Art Rubber Stamps
for gorgeous stamps made from old fairy tale book illustrations, large rubber stamps and rubbers stamps made from etchings. Beautiful scene stamps too, and I love their cowboys and Indians.
Also a shout out for Michelle Ward's stamps,, some made for Stampington, from her own art work, which is gorgeous: GPP RUBBER STAMPS & STENCILS
I love her architectural stamps and her plants especially.
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There are so many great companies out there. If you like to color images, some of my personal favorites are Lili of the Valley and Whimsy Stamps.
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The new My Favorite Things ink, which is a hybrid, can be used with Copics and Peerless Watercolor paints. Bought some at my local stamp store and it's much juicer than Momento. Not quite like Versifine but close.
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Just found this thread! I would love to find out from you ladies what companies produce matching stamp and die sets. I've started bookmarking a few. I particularly like when they're packaged together (though rare it seems). I absolutely hate fussy cutting, and I would rather pull out ye olde die cutter any day over a pair of scissors!
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Paper Trey
Avery Elle
Lawn Fawn
Paper Smooches

They all release dies with a lot of their stamps. I have a lot of dies, but I would say mine are not shaped to fit particular stamps. They are more "standalone" ones like clouds, word bubbles, feathers, that do not require a specific stamp to go with them.
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I love "most" of these, but here are some that I don't think were mentioned. Clearly Besotted (sold at Ellen Hutton's), Local King, Lost Coast & Grey Wolf. A lot of the criteria I use for choosing though is Customer Service. If I hear complaints about a company, I don't order from them.
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My Favorite Things also has matching dies and stamps.
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Just found this thread! I would love to find out from you ladies what companies produce matching stamp and die sets. I've started bookmarking a few. I particularly like when they're packaged together (though rare it seems). I absolutely hate fussy cutting, and I would rather pull out ye olde die cutter any day over a pair of scissors!
Many stamp companies also have coordinating dies. Some I own include Stampin'Up!, NeatandTangled, Heartfelt Creations. I also have coordinating dies or stamps (but not both) from My Favorite Things aka MFT, Lawn Fawn, Taylored Expressions and Impression Obsession.


I have no doubt there are other companies too!
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Sweet N Sassy has great stamp and die sets too!
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i'm partial these days to Essentials by Ellen by Julie -- only christmas available for now.

There are SO MANY companies with matching dies. Mama Elephant is one that I think is adorable.

If you like a more vintage look, check out Waltzingmouse.
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I don't buy SU anymore. Way too pricey, and I don't like having to assemble them! I also don't like having to find a demonstrator to do something I should be able to do myself, order them!
Being a demo, I appreciate your feedback. I always try and gather as many perspectives a possible so that when I receive a survey from the home office I let them know, good or bad. It's the only way a company can improve, IMO.
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Any company that has penguins or koalas gets my business!
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Pretty Cute Stamps

I just ordered some cute stamps from Pretty Cute Stamps (see above link). I picked up the coordinating SVG's, too, because for no more than she charged for them, I was thrilled to avoid fussy cutting! Super fast service, ordered Friday night and they were in my hands today (Monday). She has a line of cut files, too, separate from the stamp line. Happy to share a company that might be new to many of you!
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Pretty Cute Stamps

I just ordered some cute stamps from Pretty Cute Stamps (see above link). I picked up the coordinating SVG's, too, because for no more than she charged for them, I was thrilled to avoid fussy cutting! Super fast service, ordered Friday night and they were in my hands today (Monday). She has a line of cut files, too, separate from the stamp line. Happy to share a company that might be new to many of you!
I'm newly addicted to The Cat's Pajamas, and they have some matching die cuts, but not a lot yet. They also have free matching SVG files, but I don't have an electronic cutter. I never thought I'd want one, just didn't see the need... but if it can reduce the need for me to use scissors, it just might be worth it!

I'll have to go hunt for a thread on electronic cutter recommendations now!

By the way, thanks ladies for all your suggestions, I'm definitely going to be checking them out!
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I will have a boring everyday list! I don't branch out much. I get overwhelmed and REALLY don't want to start to buy from all over, and spend more $$$$$. I am also about 90% SU for lots of reasons!

I love Papertrey Ink's style but only have one set

Lawn Fawn-they do stamp great

Studio G dollar stamps! They stamp such a great impression. I use them mainly to decorate envelopes, but for awhile Wal-Mart had awesome fonts for birthday and thank you's from Studio G.

Amuse...love them! Even went to their store in Seattle. I'm from WI.

Rubber Soul-across the bay from Seattle...stumbled on to them.

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Stamp Francisco - quickly one of my favorites

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Fun Stampers Journey stamps with coordinating dies
Penny Black love the hedgehogs and cats
House Mouse...cute cute cute!
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I agree with Karen's vote for Fun Stampers Journey! FSJ has Good quality red rubber made in the USA with static cling back mount. Several stamps have matching dies made by Spellbinders! I really enjoy getting their Kit of the Month to make cards....this month's jar stamp is so adorable.

Also, have a stash of Studio G Clear Stamps I love to use on little 3x3 Notes I've made through the years for dh, dd, and nieces/nephews.

I've been looking at Studio Calico for a while and really like the stamp set/die Teachers Pet, Funnel Cake (map of US), and Cactus Set.
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My Favorite Things, Paper Smooches, Mama Elephant, Simon Says, Art Impressions and one of my newest favorites-- Sweet Pea Designs- fabulous images to color!
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Just found this thread! I would love to find out from you ladies what companies produce matching stamp and die sets. I've started bookmarking a few. I particularly like when they're packaged together (though rare it seems). I absolutely hate fussy cutting, and I would rather pull out ye olde die cutter any day over a pair of scissors!
Sizzix is having an amazing Black Friday sale right now -- they are selling many combined sets of stamps and framelits dies for under $10. A lot of them are only $6.00.

They also have stamp and embossing folder sets on sale.

(Lots of embossing folders -- sets of TWO -- for less than $2/set. Bigz dies for $6 and UNDER. Framelits sets for under $10. And, if you have a Big Shot Pro, they have a lot of cheap Pro dies. I'm blown away.)

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I love digital stamps so for me, my number one is Mo Manning

I also love Papertrey Ink
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Taylored Expressions


Art Impressions. I like their AI people, girlfriends and front and backs


Simon Says stamp has some of their own brand I like. I love their "Ugly Sweater" stamp set and dies.
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I do digi and rubber too.

My digi faves are
Mo Manning,
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and Sassy Cheryl

and rubber
Fun Stampers Journey stamps with coordinating dies
Penny Black love the hedgehogs and cats
House Mouse...cute cute cute!
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I have been stamping for so long I remember when companies like PSX, All Night Media, and Hero Arts were starting up and couples up and down the west coast had vulcanizers in their garages. The guy ran the vulcanizer and the woman designed the stamps or vice versa. Now it's the newer companies Papertrey Ink, Clearly Besotted, Waltzingmouse, Avery Elle, Mama Elephant, Paper Smooches and my all time favorite one that has whimsical stamps Rosie's Roadshow-hilarious stuff. They do the best ducks. Take a look at their gallery. Still have lots of very old wood mounted rubber too from all these long gone home based businesses.
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I have about every stamp known to stampwomen! Most of my favorites have already been mentioned. I was surprised to hear Rosie's Roadshow only mentioned once. She has the cutest little critters and I LOVE playing with them. Masking them off and making the critters or characters do so many things. And Linda designs them and she is a blessing to work with. I luv my RRshow. But my newest find that I can't quit buying is from Stamps of Life. She does a video with each new release 3 times a month and has dies to match. She works with Sizzix so a lot of her stuff can be found on Sizzix sites but some are "Stephanie Barnard originals." I use her ink because it leaves no marks, and her wool felt is the best I have ever used. Check her out. If you join one of the 'clubs' you not only get the newest stamps and dies right away but you also get a discount on everything you buy. There are a few months where I thought I wasn't going to like the set but when it came I had so much fun playing with it! Check it out at Stampsoflife.com
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I love Clearly Besotted and Waltzing Mouse. Both are fabulous on shipping times and keeping the customer informed.
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I am really liking the quirky Stampotique images.
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My #1- always Holly Berry House. I love intricate design and layering, and these are tops of the list. I have maybe 90 of their stamps, and crave MORE!!! Go see for yourself:

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I posted to this thread last August, and still love the companies I mentioned, as well as my new favorites: Unity and Serendipity Stamps (fantastic sentiments and quotes). What a treat to have such a wealth of wonderful and varied images to choose from with all the companies out there these days!
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I didn't look through every post but SU, Our Daily Bread Designs, Verve, Sweet and Sassy are some of my favorites. I like a lot of others too. I have so so many stamps and I like them all. Also Unity.
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I am a Fun Stampers Journey geek. Fun sets. Trendy sets. And many come with matching dies. Just released last night was this fun social media badge. It will go live June 4th later in the day.
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I have been stamping for so long I remember when companies like PSX, All Night Media, and Hero Arts were starting up and couples up and down the west coast had vulcanizers in their garages. The guy ran the vulcanizer and the woman designed the stamps or vice versa. Now it's the newer companies Papertrey Ink, Clearly Besotted, Waltzingmouse, Avery Elle, Mama Elephant, Paper Smooches and my all time favorite one that has whimsical stamps Rosie's Roadshow-hilarious stuff. They do the best ducks. Take a look at their gallery. Still have lots of very old wood mounted rubber too from all these long gone home based businesses.
Hi maryalena, I guess we must be in the same era... 😀 Back in the 90s I used to love PSX, Hero Arts, Penny Black and Magenta. These days there are so many stamps companies we are spoilt for choice! My old faves are still hero arts n penny black and new faves are paper smooches, justrite and Avery Elle for their sentiments stamps (love the fonts), magnolia, heartfelt creation (love the flowers stamps n dies set),
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Well so I perused through all of the comments and I might have missed it but I think my all time favorite is TAC, but I never saw anyone say anything about Bella Stamps or Susan's Custom Art Stamps. Love both of them.

I absolutely love those Bella stamps. I do like House Mouse too. Just my two cents.
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