- Retired Accessories Are Going Fast! Order Now!
- See The Complete Retired Stamps List
- 25% Off MDS Kits & Print Products—Shop Now!
- NEW Best of 25 Years Set—Brides & Babies
Two New Photopolymer Stamp Sets Released!
Stampin' Up! has just released two new, all-clear stamp sets to their premiere Photopolymer Stamps line. Now you can see through the stamp to position the images perfectly! Plus, they are extra-sticky to stay on the clear blocks, and you get a lot of images for a great price—$13.95 per set!
Show & Tell Sets 1 & 2. Click to enlage the images.
See the complete Photopolymer Product Line. Order Today!
Pinworthy Project Ideas! If you're on Pinterest, be sure to check out the Stampin' Up Photopolymer Board for ideas on how to use Photopolymer Stamps.
Want to make the most of your Photopolymer Stamps?! Check out this new Online Class featuring the Show & Tell 1 & 2 stamp sets. It teaches you all the benefits and tips you'll need to make your Photopolymer projects a success!
The class features six sections and includes project ideas with complete instructions, plus video tutorials for techniques! All for only $14.95!
Order the Seeing The Possibilities Online Class Now!
Hi Stamping Friends!
I'm so excited to be teaching another private class tonight! *waves to Lynn* Sounds like we're having a big group! New stampers are the most fun! I love watching their eyes light up when they create a little something that's Too Cool! #happystampers
We'll be creating this project at tonight's class. If you came to my Spring Catalog Kick-Off event, you already recognize this card. When I decided to use it, I realized that I never blogged about it back in January.
This card is great for a beginning stamper class because it features lots of stamping basics: stamping, punching, die-cutting, and layering! It's also featuring two soon-to-retired colors: Baja Breeze and Pretty In Pink.
The Baja Breeze card base is first layered with a 4" x 2-1/2" piece of Tea For Two Designer Series Paper for the background.
Next, I stamped a Lucky Limeade stem from the Secret Garden stamp set onto a piece of 1-3/4" x 4-1/4" Very Vanilla.
For a patterned flower, I stamped the chevron image from the Beyond Plaid stamp set in Pretty In Pink onto Very Vanilla card stock. Then, I stamped the Secret Garden flower in Basic Gray on top of that and die-cut it with the coordinating Secret Garden Framelits. TIP: You could simply stamp the flower on patterned DSP to save a step. That's what we're doing at class tonight.
Sneak Peek Hint—Bundle It! Order the Secret Garden Bundle of stamps and framelits and it's 15% off, but only in the Spring Catalog thru May 31! Although the stamps and framelits will be in the new catalog, the discounted bundle is NOT…save when you order the Secret Garden Bundle now!
I stamped the flower again on Pretty In Pink card stock, then punched out the center with the Boho Blossoms Punch and popped it up with a Dimensional. A Rhinestone Jewel adds some sparkle.
I finished off the flower by adding a 1/8" Old Olive Taffeta Ribbon bow with a Glue Dot.
The greeting isf from Ciao, Baby, inked in Not Quite Navy, then punched with the Petite Curly Label Punch (which is still available from the Sale-A-Bration flyer).
Complete Supply List:
- Stamps—Secret Garden or Secret Garden Bundle, Beyond Plaid, Ciao Baby!
- Ink—Pretty In Pink, Lucky Limeade, Not Quite Navy Classic Ink
- Paper—Tea For Two DSP; Baja Breeze, Pretty In Pink and Very Vanilla card stock
- Accessories—1/8" Old Olive Taffeta Ribbon, Rhinestone Jewels
- Tools—Secret Garden Framelits or Secret Garden Bundle, Big Shot, Boho Blossoms Punch, Petite Curly Label Punch, Glue Dots, Dimensionals, SNAIL
Find all the supplies to create these projects & more at my Online Store!
Events—Mark Your Calendars!
- Wow Technique Class—May 10
- Demo Team Shoebox Swap—May 13
- "Last Thursdays" Monthly Class—May 30
Promotions & New Arrivals Quick Links