Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Back from Convention with Undefined Stamp Carving Kit

I’m back from Convention and  wow! What a Convention it was – the best one yet! We had lots more flexibility this year and could choose the classes most appropriate to our business, which was great. And there was a fabulous hands-on area for us to try various products, including this brand new line called… Undefined!

If you visit US blogs you may already have seen this exciting line of products.

If you have always wanted a particular stamp but been unable to find it, this product is for you. If you like trying new things, this product is for you. If you have an inner artist just waiting to break out, this product is for you.

Take a look at the video to see how it works, then check out these two photos of the stamps carved at Convention and see if you can work out which one was mine! I’ll give you the answer in a few days.

My friend/downline Alison was lucky enough to win a full Undefined set at Convention, so I can’t wait to see what she creates with it.

The great news is that you can now purchase this kit – and an add-on set with extra rubber – and start carving your own stamps in time for Christmas! Wouldn’t a carved stamp, unique to your friend, make a fabulous little Christmas gift?

Undefined Stamp Carving Kit – 133402 - £17.95
Two carving tools
7.6 x 10.2 cm rubber
7.6 x 10.2 cm foam
Four wood blocks (various sizes)
One Island Indigo Stampin’ Write Marker
Three postcards
Instruction sheet
Stamp image templates

Undefined Refill Kit – 134808- £8.95
7.6 x 10.2 cm rubber
7.6 x 10.2 cm foam
Four wood blocks (various sizes)

Clear-Mount Cling Foam – 124236 - £9.95
This is an option which will allow you 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.

And there’s more! When you’ve purchased the kit and carved your stamp, Stampin’ Up!® would love to see what you’ve made, so you can email photo of your stamp and any projects you’ve made with it to so they can pin your photos to the Undefined Pinterest board!

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