Monday, July 22, 2013

Undefined-Stamp Carving

While at convention last week, Stampin' Up! had an onstage presentation done by Shannon West, where she spotlighted this new kit that is now available!!  Now when you want or need a stamp that you want a specific saying for, all you have to do is carve it!  We did something similar to this when I was in high school art class.  Don't know where to start?  Well, they include some sample images to help you get started, it looks so easy to do too!

Have you ever wanted a stamp but couldn't find the perfect image? Maybe you want a special family logo, a personalized stamp or a sketch you'd like to have as a stamp. Well now you can! Undefined is Stampin' Up!'s new stamp carving product line. You define the rubber stamp any way you want.
When you carve your very own stamp, you have will have an entirely new and different creative experience. And when you're finished, you will have created a one-of-a-kind stamp!
How exactly do you carve a stamp? Watch the video for a tutorial.

Undefined-Stamp Carving

Intrigued? We know you want to get your hands on the kit and start carving your own masterpieces. Here are the item numbers you'll need (we suggest adding a refill kit on your first order . . . trust us, you're gonna want it).
Item #
Undefined Stamp Carving Kit
Undefined Refill Kit
Clear-Mount Cling Foam*
*Add a sheet of Clear-Mount Cling Foam (pg 197) to create your own clear-mount stamps. Mounting your stamps on the cling foam allows you to make stamps any size you want, not just what will fit on the blocks in the kit.
Included in the Stamp Carving Kit:
  • 2 carving tools
  • 3" x 4" rubber
  • 3" x 4" foam
  • 4 wood blocks (various sizes)
  • 1 Island Indigo Stampin' Write Marker
  • 3 postcards
  • Instruction sheet
  • Stamp image templates
Included in the Refill Kit:
  • 3" x 4" rubber
  • 3" x 4" foam
  • 4 wood blocks (various sizes)
  • Instruction sheet
Express your personality, thoughts, feelings, etc. with a stamp you've carved all on your own! We know you'll have a "look what I made!" moment.

Shannon showcased several stamps she had design, one was of fried eggs and another was of bacon.  She stamped the images and had "We go together like bacon and eggs".  It was a really cute example.    Mary

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