So whats your favorite brand of clear stamps? There definitely IS a difference (I always thought it was user error). I'm looking for good quality polymer stamps. Papertrey Ink is one of my favorites but I'm looking for more "cutesey" images. Thanks!
jennifer, i can tell you the brand when I am home later but the ones I don't like fall off the acrylic block (it's soooo frustrating)!
and I have 4 packages of them. I should have guess there was a problem when Michaels closed out the brand dirt cheap.
I really like my CTMH clear stamps. They seem to be good quality, stamp clear images and they are consistant about sticking to the block. When I went to my first CTMH party I was skeptical because I had never seen clear stamps before! I have an alpha set that I got at HL (don't remember the brand) but it STINKS! It was so hard to pull the stamp off of the clear sheet and once I did it wouldn't stick to anything...not back to the sheet or to the block.
Edited by LeeLo on 06-09-10 07:27 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
I have lots of CTMH, too. I also really like Technique Tuesday and Prima. I love the vintage sets from Crafty Secrets.
I've actually started acquiring more cling mounted rubber stamps. They give such sharp images. I love Unity and Tim Holtz.
Yeah, I just love stamps.
Since we are talking stamps, are there any stamps out there of just faces (i.e. happy, sad). For example, if I make a paper doll, is there a stamp I could use to make the doll a smiley face?
I've seen these used with the Cricut paper dolls. Cute!
Those are cute and inexpensive....but they are not available yet ! I got some from the other place suggested and they are located in Greenbay....right in my back yard! They also make the faces that go with create a critter...I am getting those next...they are too cute!! Thanks again
I personally love Stampendous. But that's only because they have the Changito monkey and he is just absolutely adorable for my little boys.
I like the designs for Studio G but their images aren't very crisp. But for a dollar, they work quite nicely.
I really like Hero Arts but I agree with Momany. I am in love with cling rubber stamps. They are the best of both worlds!