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Stamp Carving? Stampin' Up! Undefined and a Video Tutorial

Have you tried carving your own stamps with Stampin' Up!'s Undefined Kit?  Here's a message and video tutorial from the Stampin' Up! Home Office from Concept Artist, Melody H.  Read on:

We launched our Undefined Stamp Carving Kit at convention last July. Many of you have fallen in love with carving stamps, just as I have. If you haven’t quite fallen in love yet, here’s one more reason why you should.

We now offer a three-pack of the Undefined Carving Rubber (item 137123)! That’s right—just the rubber. I’m so excited to do more full 3" x 4" stamps. You can create custom images that are perfect for stamping on the front of a note card or postcard, for creating home décor, and for so many other projects.

I’m so in love with my newest stamp, the Delicate Arch. It was really easy to create and you can see that I’ve had some fun making samples with it.

If you’d like some tips and tricks on how I carved this stamp, check out the video here on You Tube or watch below...

It’s important to note that while Undefined rubber is more dense than our regular red rubber, the carved edges can be very delicate. When I clean my stamps, I run them under a faucet and blot them dry with a paper towel; if I can’t do that, I blot them with a baby wipe. You don’t want to accidentally scrub off details by rubbing too hard when cleaning your carved stamps.

I also recommend purchasing our Clear-Mount Stamp Cases to store your carved stamps, especially if you mount them with the Clear-Mount Cling Foam. They’ll stick to the case and that will keep them secure and prevent any abrasion.   From Stampin' Up! Concept Artist: Melody H.

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