stamping - have you got a favourite?

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Re: stamping - have you got a favourite?

Postby Carolyn » Sun Apr 22, 2012 11:44 am

BathBelle wrote:I love anything by Lili of the Valley, their demonstration cards are just fantastic. Can't stand faces wihout mouths or legs that go really enormous at the bottoms.

At the moment I am really into digital stamps, particularly Pink Petticoat, Kenny K, Pink Cat Studio, Saturated Canary - oh there are loads of really good sites. Digital stamps are cheaper and can be re-sized, flipped, rotated, etc - so versatile.

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Sounds like the same as my taste :) I will have to look around digi images again. I used to like this site:

http://www.digistampboutique.co.uk/catalog/index.php she started out with stamps and then went digital.

Adele - some of the vintage ones I have I got from Jenny (I don't think she ever visits these days) a long time ago, not bought any recently but have some by Hampton Arts and see that they do cling mounted rubber stamps - I did by a birdcage from the US which I think was by them here is the range atm:

http://www.hamptonart.com/Products_List.aspx?catid=17

this was some of the stamps: viewtopic.php?f=197&t=55982

paper inspiration was another but have just found out that they closed last month - but their stamps are probably still around.

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Re: stamping - have you got a favourite?

Postby BathBelle » Sun Apr 22, 2012 12:48 pm

I did ask Lili of the Valley if they could produce their stamps in digital form and they said that their artwork was only licensed for rubber stamps.

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