Truly Clear Stamps

Two posts in one day?  Why, yes!  Stampin' UP! made a big announcement today and I thought it was worth sharing in it's own post.

Stampin' UP! has just released a photopolymer (truly clear) stamp set on a trial basis.  I'm anxious to see how they work with our new firm foam ink pads.  :)  You can click on the picture below to view more images and see the video that SU put out.

Designer Typeset Photopolymer Stamp Set - Stampin' Up!
Designer Typeset Photopolymer Stamp Set

Click the PDF below to see it as well.

Here is what Stampin' UP! has to say:

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? (Don't worry; in a good way.) These stamps stick amazingly well to our 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?
  • We could go on, but we'll let you try them for yourself.
They are clearly a great choice.

Designer Typeset Photopolymer Stamp Set
Recommend clear blocks A, B, G, F, and I. Purchase separately.
Includes 57 pieces. (Don't faint! This is a good overwhelming feeling.)

The Fine Print
  • Photopolymer stamps will be offered on a trial basis. Based on popularity, we hope to release more photopolymer stamp sets over the coming months. At this time we don't plan on offering a line of photopolymer sets as expansive as our wood-mount and clear-mount lines.
  • Available on all order types 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.
Q: How long will each stamp set that's released be available for purchase?
A: Since this product line is being offered on a trial basis and is not currently included in our catalog, we won't have a standard amount of time that each set is offered. We'll let you know when each set is no longer available as well as when new ones become available.
Q: What should I tell my customers about this line and its future plans? A: Let them know that we're trying it out and if it's popular we'll keep the photopolymer sets coming! So if they want to see more, tell them to buy! And if they like a set they see, tell them to buy it now since there are no guarantees that it will be available tomorrow.


Creative Blessings,
Heather North

1 comment:

Dawn Mercedes said...

I think I'm in trouble..my SU ink pads...are well...very old...wow...thanks for the news!