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Using Photopolymer Stamps Video

on April 10, 2013

The new photopolymer will be an addition to our stamp line and will appeal to all types of stampers. Our top-quality photopolymer has just enough give to create a perfectly stamped image every time and with the introduction of our firm-foam pads, let’s just say they’re meant for each other! Photopolymer stamps will also be unique, fun designs that will inspire you and provide more versatile options you may not see in our traditional wood- and clear-mount stamp options.  Be sure to scroll down to see the two new stamp sets.


What makes them so great?

They’re entirely transparent for perfect placement every time!
•They are durable. The photopolymer material is designed to last.
•Can you say sticky? (Don’t worry; in a good way.) These stamps stick amazingly well to our clear blocks.
•They’re age tested. They won’t yellow or cloud up over time.
•We could go on, but we’ll let you try them for yourself.

Bombs Away Birthday Set

Click here to see details for Bombs Away Birthday Photopolymer Flyer

Click here to see details for Design Typeset Photopolymer Stamp Set

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4 responses to “Using Photopolymer Stamps Video

  1. Sue says:

    I feel these need to be sold as single stamps!! The Classic Rock one would be nice to have.

  2. Diana Hester says:

    That’s the only stamp I liked. BTW – Does anyone know where I can buy a mediocre sheet cake along with a thoughtless two second gift card design? Come on, what was Stampin’ Up thinking when they came out with this stamp set.

  3. pnemethy says:

    HAHA! They were NOT thinking!!

  4. Sue says:

    I purchased the photopolymer alphabet stamps and they are awesome! Excellent quality. Stick very well and stamp perfectly. I just love them! Definitely a must try.

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