Friday, March 1, 2013

Clear - Photopolymer - Stamps! Whoo Hoo!!

I'm hoping to do a lot of stamping this weekend.  The weather is supposed to be cold - possibly snow - and highs in the high 30s to low 40's.  Brrrr - maybe this is the last hurrah for winter weather!!  I will be ready to go to Texas and enjoy their warm weather in a few weeks!

Stampin' Up has some great news today!  They are introducing their first really clear stamp set.  It is called a Photopolymer Stamp.

What makes them so great?
  • They're entirely transparent for perfect placement every time! 
  • They are durable. The photopolymer material is designed to last. 
  • Can you say sticky?  These stamps stick amazingly well to the clear blocks.
  • They're age tested. They won't yellow or cloud up over time. 
  • They use FDA, food-safe material. How far can you stretch your stamping creativity?
They are clearly a great choice.

Photopolymer stamps will be offered on a trial basis. Based on popularity, SU hopes to release more photopolymer stamp sets over the coming months. 
  • Available beginning March 1, 2013. 
  • Not available in wood-mount or clear-mount.  
  • All photopolymer will be packaged in cello bag w/insert, but don't forget you can store them in our clear cases.
  They are trying them out and if it's popular they will keep the photopolymer sets coming! So if you want to see more, buy! And if you like a set you see,  buy it now since there are no guarantees that it will be available later.    
  • Use this exclusive photopolymer alphabet set (with extras!) for titles or embellishments on scrapbook pages, cards, or any type of project. 
  • Clear block sizes A, B, G, F, and I are recommended (not included in the set).
  • Our photopolymer stamps offer a versatile all-clear stamping option. 
  • Our top-quality photopolymer gives a perfectly stamped image every time. 
  • Best of all, you get to enjoy tons of images for a great price...only $13.95 for 57 images!
In fact - at this price you can afford to get two sets.  Then you can spell out greetings like "Happy Birthday".
 I'm getting ready to order mine - what about you?

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