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Soozie4Him 09-02-2004 03:45 AM

Spectum pads?
Do you use these much? I have 4 Kaleidacolor pads (from my pre-demo days) - Autumn Leaves, Spectrum, Calypso, and Birthstone. Are there any more I need? <G> Do you demo these K-pads if you're a demo, since they're the same as the Spectrum pads?? Do you know if I can search the gallery for cards using these pads?

Also, do you mostly use them with your brayer, or do you use them for regular stamps?


camsmom 09-02-2004 03:50 AM

I use them for both. I have 3: Twist, Celebration, Pumpkin Patch. I have non-SU from before they had exclusive SU ones, and never demo with those.

If you go in the gallery you can search by the pad name, although if they are retired you are not likely to come up with too many. I did a quick search for spectrum in the gallery and 28 PAGES came up-so you can absolutely search by name.

barbaranne_stamps 09-02-2004 04:03 AM

Sorry I can't answer your question, but I wanted to make a comment. I've only done 4 hostess workshops so far, but I learned the hard way not to show something that isn't exactly what we sell. I did this and the customers then said they would just go and buy the items at a craft store, even though ours might be so much better. One item was the Stampin' Scrub. I had stations and they needed to clean stamps to switch colors at two of the stations and I only have one Stampin' Scrub, but I have a brand X one. So I took that along and put it out. Ours is so much nicer, much bigger and is double sided for cleaning & drying. Well, they commented that they could go get it at the craft store and they didn't care that it was only one sided as long as it was cheaper; I didn't sell any at all.

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