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Stampin' Up! Product Review- Designer Typeset Photopolymer Stamps

Typeset Alphabet Photopolymer Stamp Set

The new Designer Typeset Photopolymer Stamps (132956) from Stampin' Up! arrived on my doorstep yesterday so I had to "play" last night.

The following list is a review and my first impressions of working with this set:

  • Very a good way!  Great cling to the clear blocks!
  • The ink does stain the stamps, even after cleaning right away, but doesn't effect stamping or the images.
  • This is a tiny alphabet.  You'll want to replace images to the storage sheet immediately after cleaning.
  • I tried to line up a string of letters to stamp at once but I found I could not space close enough. 
  • LOVE, LOVE the pennant banner and speech bubble!!!
  • I used the Clear Mount Perfectly Placed Guides (121785) on my clear block to get that "awesome" curve.
  • The trendy hashtag is great! The #loveyousomuch was stamped individually word by word then pieced together on the card layer.
  • This set takes a little time to use BUT with the unique and personalized results; it's so worth it!

    Love the hashtag symbol!

    Start creating your own personalized greetings with the New Designer Typeset Photopolymer Stamp Set.  Click HERE to order!
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