Saturday, 9 November 2013

Create Your Own Stamps with UNDEFINED by Stampin' Up!

Great fun is coming your way with the UNDEFINED system by Stampin' Up!® where you can create your own stamped images with this fun kit.

I was lucky enough to try it out in Utah earlier this year and fell in love. 

This kit is for kids and adults alike and I can see hours of fun had by children during holidays where they can design, carve the rubber and stamp the image to create their own cards and tags. There are 2 very sharp tools in the kit, so I wouldn't let little ones use it unsupervised, but as an Art Educator I see strong similarities to the lino cutting we all tried at school. 

The kit comes with some ideas already illustrated, so they can be traced or copied - just to get the imagination going. It also contains:
2 carving tools
7.6 x 10.2 cm of rubber
7.6 x 10.2 cm of foam (mounting)
4 wooden blocks  (various sizes)
1 Island Indigo Stampin' Write Marker
3 postcards
Instruction sheet.

And this is all packed in a neat little box.


 Here is my first stamp design and the image it creates. Be aware that you will be printing the reverse of any alphabetical letters, but this is taken care of with the transferal system used.



And here is the finished card.





I used Island Indigo, White and Cajun Craze for my colour scheme. The patterned paper is from the Regals Designer Patterns paper Stack.

This kit would make a lovely Christmas Gift for a crafty friend or child. 

From November 12 you can order on-line or contact me via my Demonstrator Business Website to place an order. 

ON-LINE ORDERS - Use the Hostess code A6W7QPPY until NOVEMBER 29 for a chance to win a product prize of  a HOLIDAY TAG IT BUNDLE
(Orders over $50 will be entered into the draw for the Bundle prize)

I hope you will give this a try - it really is fun!

Until Next Time

Stay Crafty!



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