I play with this stamp set (Flower Patch) an awful lot. With just one set - which is basically made up of flower components and a few sentiments - you can create a lot of looks. I didn't buy the matching Flower Fair Framelits Dies, so I cut these elements myself out by hand, but it's not too fiddly and I don't mind.
Flower Patch can be found on page 76 of the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue and is available to buy through me (a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator). It is a Photopolymer set comprising of 19 stamps and it costs £23.00. You can browse it in the shop by clicking the Shop Now button above.
I didn't like Photopolymer stamps before Stampin' Up! launched theirs a couple of years ago, I had tried many types over the years and found them all to be pretty rubbish. It took me a while to be convinced (by other demos!) to give the Stampin' Up! ones a go (I was a complete cynic!) and I have to say they're pretty amazing. Jane Allmark of Amethystar Crafting will tell you how dubious I was initially!
I'm sure all photopolymer stamps are a better quality now that our technology has moved on but as with all things Stampin' Up! really are fantastic in terms of having the best quality - I won't use anything else!
The Stampin' Supplies for this card are in the ticker below,