Undefined by Stampin’ Up!

When I was in college (or maybe even high school), I made my own stamps by carving sheets of rubber with very sharp gouging tools.  I spread ink from a tube on a piece of glass and brayered it onto the stamp before pressing it to paper.  These images became Christmas cards.  I don’t remember, but I suppose I was introduced to this in an art class.

Fast forward several years (don’t even bother to guess the number!) and I became enthralled with using pre-designed, pre-made rubber stamps to create cards using seemingly endless techniques.  Before long I turned my hobby into a business.

And there I was last week at the 2013 Stampin’ Up! Convention, astonished to find SU! introducing a new stamp carving product line!  This Undefined Stamp Carving Kit and Refill Kit are available now.

When you carve your very own stamp, you have will have an entirely new and different creative experience. And when you’re finished, you will have created a one-of-a-kind stamp!

How exactly do you carve a stamp? Watch the video for a tutorial.

For more details on the Undefined product line, including a list of kit components, click HERE.

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