Sarah Stetler Miller. Fine Art, Mixed Media, Fabric Art, Paper-crafts, Quilting, Child of God.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Help me decide

I have to pick out a stamp set for the next quarters Budget Stamping Tutorial Club. Have any ideas? I'm thinking I'll offer a free subscription if I pick your stamp set.
So, OK I'll do that. A free three months subscription to BSTC if your suggestion is picked.Comments are welcome!



9 comments:

Kim Score said...

I would pick the Forest Festivities set from the holiday mini. It's the best holiday set I've seen in a long time!
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irishgalkelly said...

I like the new Hand-Penned Holidays set in the mini. It covers the holidays from now up to Valentine's Day too.

What if you covered a certain dsp for the time period instead of a particular stamp? I can't tell you how many times I get a pack of paper and don't know how to really use more than one or two of the designs. Silly, huh! I rarely use it on my cards since I got the Big Shot.

lisa808 said...

Merry Winter (IBC) is a darling new set. Also, Festive & Fun (Mini) is, well, a fun set.

sherryd said...

Easy Events would give you lots of variety!

Shel Anderson said...

I suggest the Turtle & Co...it is a relatively inexpensive set (especially cling) and gives you a good variety. The bonus is that it will raise money for the Ronald McDonald Childrens Charity- absolutely a good charity....

Theresa said...

I would really like to see Leaves on a Tree, one of the alacarte stamps from the Holiday mini. That set really intrigues me and I just bet that you could do lots with it..plus it's cheap!

Vanessa Zhong said...

I think you should use Christmas Lodge. The set is versatile and could easily be changed up so it wouldn't have to necessarily for Christmas. I love stamp sets that can be used often and for different occasions, don't you?

farnorthstamper said...

How about Delicate Doilies, maybe along with Hello Doily. I have seen some really gorgeous things with these already, and I bet you could come up with a neat variety with them.
God bless,
Bonnie S
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Sandi said...

What I would really love to see are samples using the Gently Falling stamp set. However, since this is expensive, my next choice would be Leaves of a Tree. I love the Fall colors also, so either of these 2 sets would be awesome (I hate jumping right into Halloween and Christmas and not seeing a lot of Fall cards).