Thursday, October 29, 2015

New Packaging with Photopolymer Stamps - New Storage Tips for You with Video!

Beginning in the Fall of 2015, Stampin' Up! changed the way they are packaging their Photopolymer stamp sets. They now have a lightweight top sheet that is actually meant to be discarded. However, this change meant that I needed to change the way I store my photopolymer stamps since in the past, I used the top sheet as my anchor sheet on stamp cases and stored my stamps directly on this sheet. If you are interested, I created a new video to share the way I am now storing my photopolymers. I hope that you will find it helpful as we transition into this new style of packaging.


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As you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Stampin' Up! had a Paper Pumpkin campaign to make a difference. We received bright pink boxes in November and the most beautiful stamp set that was so much fun to create with. I thought I would share a couple of pictures and information about how you can join Paper Pumpkin and "skip to the fun."


Here's my bright pink box just opened up. I love how our kits come wrapped in tissue . . . it's details like these that make Stampin' Up! such a fun company to be a part of. 


This kit contained nine cards, three of each size along with a 13 piece stamp set! I just can't get over the value that you get in these kits!! What a fabulous deal for only $19.95 a month. In addition, once you are a subscriber, you can purchase refills of your favorite kits. The refill for this kit just went on sale today! I love the value and the fun all packaged up and ready to be stamped and shared. I have links below if you would like to get a subscription for yourself or a friend. Subscriptions also make wonderful Christmas gifts.

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 Have a great day and thank you so much for stopping by!


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1 comment:

Doris D. said...

What a great idea. I am going to do that with my stamps tonight!