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Old 09-28-2016, 04:19 PM   #1
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I have a collection of stamps from See-D's that I bought...I believe this company was in the early 2000's, bought by one of the major companies, that let it just drop. They are excellent stamps...however, when I go searching for card examples, I can't find any! So it might just be a wrong keyword...It does say "See-D's", but maybe it's by it's original company name, "Sugarloaf Products, Inc" or by that other company name.

Has anyone used these, and have examples? Or know how to look these up? So far, just to find pics of the products (some), i had to go to eBay to find them. Even searching in the gallery here under "see'd's stamps" got nothing, except a stamp that the person didn't know who it was from, but was similar to one of the snowmen that is from one of the kits.


I hope someone can help...they are adorable, yet most are out of the realm of what I would use, and I want to see if I can be inspired by them, before I set them up for trade or sale. *sighs*


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Old 09-28-2016, 04:22 PM   #2
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That line was made by Stephanie Barnard I believe. You might try googling her name for some card ideas.
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Were those the bare rubber ones that were in CD cases? I LOVED those. Stephanie worked for them but I don't believe it was her company. She was a designer I think. Have you tried searching the stamp set name instead of the company name? I think I might even have some in my gallery.
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I too could not find many cards made from them, I think their greatest problem was how small many of the stamps were. I think generally we make larger cards over here- probably because we don't have a postage difference unless you go up to A4.
I also found this video about them.
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the ones I have aren't that small...however, because they are in cd cases, but 2 sides (or 2 layers), they printed them 60% smaller on the case...so that probably makes them appear smaller than they actually are. then again, most of these probably wouldn't be good for a card larger than a 3x5, unless using them as accents or parts of scenes, not the main component.
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Old 09-29-2016, 03:53 AM   #7
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I love my See D stamps.

The large scroll corner on this card is made with a See D stamp

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I used to have a few of these sets, but as I generally don't make anything smaller than 5"x 7" cards, and more frequently A4 folded to A5, mine never got much use.
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Sorry it would take some major digging to get more specific info of the history of See D's stamps but here goes:

SeeD's stamps were originally owned by a lady from Europe. Her first name was Marge or Margie something and her last name started with an H.

Stephanie went to work for her as a designer. She bought the company shortly there after and changed the name of the company. That company was then bought a few years later by another company that chose after purchase to not produce any of the line. Really wish the inks were still made I still use mine and still love them.

I doubt they have anything is their gallery anymore after so many years but you might want to try Docrafts as they were a major supplier of SeeD's stamps back in the day.
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I bought several sets from a lady at a used rubber stamp sale. I walked away leaving a couple of her sets behind. I returned and bought the other 2 sets a short time later. I asked her about the set with a window and flower pots. She apologised and said she sold it about a half hour ago. I got home and realised I was the one that bought it :-b
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