Stampin’ Up are excited to introduce a new way of stamping: photopolymer stamps! These completely clear stamps make stamping incredibly simple, as the transparent nature of these sets make it easier to line up the images without the need for a guide. This is a feature that is particularly helpful with alphabets, borders and backgrounds! Photopolymer is clearly a great choice.
The upcoming 2014-2015 Annual Catalogue will feature wood-mounted, clear-mounted AND photopolymer stamps. But you don’t have to wait until the new catalogue comes out to try this great new product. From the start of May, Stampin’ Up have introduced two exclusive photopolymer stamp sets: Show & Tell 1, and Show & Tell 2. These great new photopolymer sets are designed to be used together. Even better, if you order both sets (for only $47.90) you get access to the amazing Seeing the Possibilities Online Class featuring loads of great project ideas using Show & Tell 1 and 2.
The Show & Tell 1 and 2 Stamp Sets feature over 60 versatile images that you can mix and match to create personalized backgrounds, patterns, layers, and dimensions to make any project stand out. The online class provides all the basic information you need to make the most of the new stamp sets. You will discover how quick and easy it is to line up the stamped images for precision placement.
Divided into six PDF documents, the online class includes written instructions, step-out photos, instructional videos, and supply lists for 15 projects. The following topics are covered in the class:
- Gift Giving
- Memory Keeping
These stamp sets are being featured as an early introduction to photopolymer stamp sets and along with the class, will not be available after 31st of May, so why wait, contact me to get your stamps today!
I am an Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator from Brisbane, Australia. I’ve always loved all things craft and finally taken the leap into demonstrating the wonderful products Stampin’ Up! sell, which I’ve been using since 2010.
I will be posting my Stampin’ Up! projects here to inspire you. I also hold monthly card and paper craft workshops from my home in Eight Mile Plains, and sell product Australia wide.