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Old 04-19-2005, 08:54 AM   #1
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I have to say a HUGE thank you to all the ladies who replied to me yesterday about what "extras" they would get as necessities to their starter demo kit. Now I have another question for all my new found friends Which stamp sets would you get in your starter kit? Here's what I already have...simple somethings, watercolor garden II, sincere saluations, wonderful words, and lovely as a tree. Please help me out as I need all your wisdom
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Have your recruiter get you some inspiration sheets--find one you love, that is your 'style' and order the stamp set, ink pads and cardstock to make the ideas on the inspirations sheet. that way when you open your starter kit--it works!!! Everything matches and you have all you need to start creating!! wish i would have know about inspiration sheets!!! I had great items in my kit but nothing went together!!! good luck!!!
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That's a great idea. I'll make sure she brings them for me to look at on Thursday night.

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I just sent in my paperwork last week and I chose.. drumroll please...

Petite Patterns
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Wheel - Hot to Dot

They were really hard choices but I figure I'll be better at demo-ing sets I like.

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Thanks for sharing you're choices. I love the "In Full Bloom" also. I think I'm finding this part the most stressful I'll be glad when my demo and I have finally figured this out She's great so I know she'll be a big help also. Thanks again..I appreciate it.
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Have your recruiter get you some inspiration sheets--find one you love, that is your 'style' and order the stamp set, ink pads and cardstock to make the ideas on the inspirations sheet. that way when you open your starter kit--it works!!! Everything matches and you have all you need to start creating!! wish i would have know about inspiration sheets!!! I had great items in my kit but nothing went together!!! good luck!!!
This is a good idea!

I would make sure to get:

a shape set
background set (Itty Bitty Backgrounds is suggested and I think it's a good choice!)
Greetings set (one of the AYC, although you never know if those will be retired)
A set like Scetch an event, Tags and More-or one where you can use it for many occasions
A set that you really love

Have fun picking them out. That was the hardest part of filling out my paperwork!
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Yes...it's definately the thing I'm most stressed about. But I'm sure it will all turn out fine. I'll be glad when I'm finally signed up and made all these choices !! There is that part of me that loves people just to tell me what to do (nahhh...who am I kidding....I love the power

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