Over the past few years, there has been enormous demand from demonstrators and customers alike for a line of repositionable clear-mount rubber stamps. Well, you asked for it, and now you have it! Starting with stamps in the 2010 Occasions Mini Catalog and the 2010 Sale-A-Bration Brochure, Stampin' Up! now offers our exclusive stamp art in both traditional wood-mount, and the new clear-mount option.
Our new clear-mount rubber stamps are the result of extensive research with the intent to maintain the very best image quality in the stamping industry, while at the same time offering the ease-of-use and storability inherent in repositionable clear-mount rubber stamps.
Clear-Mount Rubber Stamp Features
•Nine different sizes of clear blocks available individually or as a discounted bundle. •Blocks have ergonomic grooves on all four sides for easy grip and traditional wood-mount feel. •Stamps and blocks are durable and easy to clean with your Stampin' Scrub and Stampin' Mist. •Optional image labels on stamp backs let you decide if you want to see the image through the block or not. •Tight die-cutting for easy image positioning. •Large clear blocks can be used to create collages or spell words with alphabet sets. •Stamps store easily in standard, DVD-type cases with artwork on front and spine, making organization easy.
Spend over $35 in SU! products in any given month and you get to attend one Open Stamp Day for free. Open Stamp Day is where you can come and use my non-consumables for free. Bring your own projects to work on and use my ink pads, stamp sets and punches.
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I'm a Stay-at-Home-Mom (SAHM) with two little girls (Kate, 5 and Kaylee, 3) and a wonderful husband (Jim Keith) of seven years. I used to worked as an Accountant for so many years before I became a SAHM. I hope to go back to "real" work when the girls are older. Since becoming a SAHM, I discovered stamping and became addicted to it. I started stamping in 2004 and became a Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator in February 2007.