Photopolymer Stamps… photopolymer what?

Stampin’Up! is excited to let you know that they are  introducing a new photopolymer stamp. What is this, you wonder? Well, it’s a type of stamp where the actual stamp image is clear in addition to the block.

Stampin’Up! is starting off with one stamp set and plan to offer a new one each month on a trial basis. They now offer options for every stamper: wood-mount, clear-mount, and now photopolymer. Excited?

Photopolymer 2

This top-quality photopolymer has just enough give to create a perfectly stamped image every time. Photopolymer stamps will also be unique, fun designs that will inspire you and provide more versatile options you may not see in the traditional wood- and clear-mount stamp options.

What makes photopolymer stamps so great?

  • They are 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 are age tested. They won’t yellow or cloud up over time.
  • They use FDA, food-safe material. How far can you stretch your stamping creativity?
  • We could go on, but we’ll let you try them for yourself.

Here’s a preview of the first every photopolymer stamp set:Photopolymer

Designer Type Photopolymer Stamp Set
132956 – $13.95
Includes 57 pieces. (Don’t faint! This is a good overwhelming feeling.)
Recommend clear blocks A, B, G, F, and I. Purchase separately.

You can also take a look at and print the PDF file with this information.03-01-2013 Flyer_Photopolymer

Below is a video of Brian Pilling from the  Stampin’Up! office asking their employees if they know what Photopolymer is.

I just ordered the Designer Type Photopolymer Stamp Set and I will let you know my experience with it. I will also post a couple of sample cards or projects after playing with it for a while. Stay tuned!

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