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    Default Help finding a stamp please.

    I saw a stamp I fancied a couple of months ago but had spent my monthly limit I set myself. For the life of me can't remember the brand.

    The stamp was of an elegant lady in an evening dress, it had a long skirt. Made loads of ruffled skirts to fit it but can't find the flipping stamp. Maybe it didn't even come with a skirt and you were meant to make your own.

    Any ideas girls ?

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    Debbie Moore ? She does alot of elegant ladies Julie. Deefy & Roz might know they're into stamps.
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    I think Daisy B crafts had one too.
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    I remember seeing a photo of either a stamped or printed top half of a lady with a paper skirt attached. Only saw it in passing and didn't look at the details. Was the woman face on or looking over her shoulder? I think what I saw was from the back with her looking over her shoulder.
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    Thanks girls.

    Wouldn't be Debbie Moore, it was more sketchy than her style.

    Daisy B was the first company I thought of but struggled with their website last night so will have another go tonight.

    Think you have something there Pamela, looking over her shoulder would explain the style of skirts I made.

    Thank you again !

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    Daisy Bhave a stamp set called Blossom. It's the head and shoulders of a woman and a pair of legs, you then design the middle bit. Not a veryuser friendly website but they also have a FB page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyjama princess View Post
    Daisy Bhave a stamp set called Blossom. It's the head and shoulders of a woman and a pair of legs, you then design the middle bit. Not a veryuser friendly website but they also have a FB page.
    That's it !!

    Thank you so much Pamela, made my evening. I was going round in circles on that website.
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    It was a lovely stamp which is probably why it stuck in my mind!
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    Sounds an intriguing stamp. can't say I had seen it myself, but hardly actually watch anything anymore, other than Katrina from Rowandean that is.

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    Glad you've got sorted Julie ! I had a look on Daisy B site too but I found it hard work.
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