I Would Like To Make Some Things Perfectly Clear………

……….how about STAMPS?  And I mean PERFECTLY CLEAR!  Stampin’ Up! has just released their first-ever totally clear stamp set, Designer Typeset, and it’s made from photopolymer (more on that in a moment).  Take a look:

Brand New Photopolymer Stamp Set from Stampin' Up!

Completely clear, super sticky without being gummy, and providing fabulously crisp images, these stamps are a test from Stampin’ Up!; if we love them and if they meet everyone’s needs and interests, Stampin’ Up! will release more.

So what the heck IS “photopolymer”?  It’s a resin that undergoes chemical changes  when exposed to certain kinds of  light.  With some recent developments in the chemical world, stamps made from today’s photopolymers are super durable, extremely stable, don’t yellow or stretch or dry out and never lose their edge.

I LOVE that the first set features letters because with these adorable little nuggets, you can spell out a whole word on your block and stamp over and over without having to reposition, fiddle with the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig and otherwise make yourself nutty trying to get it all lined up.  I have a set speeding its way to me right now and as SOON as I get it I will post a project!

In the meantime, check it out below and note the price – just $13.95 for FIFTY SEVEN PIECES!  Woo-hoo!  What a deal!

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If you know you want it and you want it now, you can order it right here; remember, when your merchandise total reaches just $50.00 you can choose a free item from this year’s awesome Sale-A-Bration offerings!

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