I buy different stamps from different places. I have a lot of stampin' up, somne bellas , art impressions and some house mouse.
What Stamp Manufacturer Do You Purchase The Most Stamps From?
Posted 03 July 2014 - 11:30 PM
Other than that I have had loads of stamps from Unity, they are great quality :-)
Tim Holtz is a given
I love Kraftin Kimmie stamps, but they are for coloring and cards.
Kaiser Craft have some great background stamps that are really cheap. I don't know about long term quality, but the price makes them a great buy however long they last.
I also like Prima Marketing for stamps. They are good for backgrounds and such :-)
I love the look of Avry Elle and Mama Elephant, but because of the language they are not an option. i might buy some sets just for the icons, they are so cute!
Posted 05 July 2014 - 03:12 PM
Almost exclusively Stampin' Up!, as I'm a demo. However...that's not the only reason! What's not to love about our stamps and now that we've ventured into photopolymer, it's even better. my collection at home also includes many brands, but the only clear stamps i'll every buy must be photopolymer.....the cheap silicone ones and whatever else they make them from in china, or wherever won't see my studio! happily all photopolymer stamps (to my knowledge) are made in the U.S., which is something I love!
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Posted 12 July 2014 - 12:54 PM
Stampers Anonymous - cling rubber (Tim Holtz mostly, but a few Wendy Vecchi)
CTMH - clear
Hero Arts (rubber or clear)
Heidi Swapp (clear)
Was not a 2peas purchaser very much (nor forums at all), but I did get a clear stamp set there that I love, designed by Shimelle. Sentiments like: Seriously?
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Posted 12 July 2014 - 01:04 PM
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Posted 15 July 2014 - 09:40 AM
I love PaperTrey and Penny Black. I used to demo for both SU and CTMH (but not at the same time) so have a ton of those that I still love and use too. Right now, I'm on a stamp buying moratorium since I have so many though.
Peggy (aka ladywing)
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Posted 21 July 2014 - 10:08 PM
NEVER actually paid attention - I like the red rubber stamps you can get at the conventions & at the "garage sales" at stamp stores. I don't really care for clear stamps, especially Martha Stewart's. They're just awful.
Annie, yes,I agree! Martha's stamps are horrible. I think it's because they are acrylic and not photopolymer. Most inks bead up on acrylic so the image is awful. I got rid of any acrylic stamps, but when I had some chalk ink worked best. Almost every known stamp company user photopolymer now a days.
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