Something new and exciting to find on the first day of a new month!!
We’ve searched long and hard for just the right material to be able to introduce completely clear stamping. And we’ve found it! We’re excited to announce that with the release of the upcoming 2014-2015 Annual Catalogue, we will have wood-mount, clear-mount AND photopolymer stamps. Our top-quality photopolymer stamps stick extremely well on our acrylic blocks, are durable, and the transparent nature of these sets makes it easier to line up your images without the need of a guide. This is a feature that is particularly helpful with alphabets, borders, and backgrounds! Photopolymer is clearly a great choice.
Will you want to wait until the catalogue comes out to try this great new product? Of course not! So, beginning 1 May, we are introducing 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, you can order both sets in a bundle that comes with an amazing online class-featuring tons of great project ideas using Show & Tell 1 and 2.
You’ll notice on the Bundle that you’ll receive a FREE Online Class from Stampin’ Up! – here’s the details on that.
Our online class, “Seeing the Possibilities,” provides all the basics you need to make the most of our new photopolymer stamp offerings: Show & Tell 1 and 2 Stamp Sets. Purchase the bundle and discover how quickly and easily you can line up the stamped images for precision placement with the free online class. Achieve just the right ink coverage and combine images together exactly where you want them with photopolymer. The possibilities are endless!
Divided into six PDF documents, this 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
The files will be downloaded as archive files that you can then extract and save on your computer. When you click on the download link, an extraction program will automatically launch. Choose the location where you would like to save the files (be sure to note where you save them). Follow the prompts on the extraction program, then navigate to the location where you saved the files. Click on the file and open.
When you click on the download link, the file will be mounted as a drive. Once it is mounted, open the drive and drag and drop the files to the location of your choice on your hard drive. The files can then be opened.
Right, well I’m off to order mine now