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Stampin' 101 Video Series: SU! Stamps and Setup

Hi Everyone,
Today's Stampin'101 video is all about Stampin' Up! stamps and the different types they offer. I also show how I keep my cling mount stamps stored in the cases.
Here's what I do...
Watch Below | Watch on You Tube


I did have a few that the stickers didn't exactly match up with the stamps, but it works for me. If I ever want to switch out and actually put the stickers on the stamps I still can...I love SU! stamps.

Wood Mount stamps come in larger cases and have the wood so you can mount your stamps right to the wood block. They also come with a sticker sheet for adding the stickers to the tops of the wood.
Cling Mount stamps are actually listed in the catalog as clear and come in slimmer style cases along with the labels that you can add to the cling. I prefer not to use the labels as the stickers do not give you a good cling to acrylic blocks.
Photopolymer Stamps are new to Stampin' Up. They currently have 7 different sets and work beautifully with SU! inks. Show & Tell 1 and 2 along with  Designer Typeset would be great additions to Project Life and SU!'s This and That collections.


Just a reminder...August 31st ends my promotion of being entered to win the 2013-2015 In-Color collection when you place an order through my SU! site. Click here to read the announcement.

Thank you so much to all of you who placed an order through me as I start out this new adventure. It's been a great month and I'm looking forward to working with you all.  I have lots of great stuff planned and can't wait to get them all going.
Have a great day everyone :)
Christina

August Promotion: Place an order through my Stampin' Up! site and be automatically entered to win the 2013-2015 In-Color Collection. Click here for more details.

2 comments

  1. I learned some great tips! I am also a demonstrator and I love your post it idea with the list of punches!!!

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  2. I really enjoyed the video, as I was a bit confused when looking at the stamps on the online catalog. You cleared up the confusion wonderfully. Can't wait to see what you make next. I am enjoying the new SU goodies. BethAnn M.

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