Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Stampin'Up! Offers Single Stamps from a few select Stamp Sets!


Have you ever wanted a Single Stamp from the,
Word Play Stamp Set, Seasonal Sayings Stamp Set or Perfectly Penned Stamp Set ?  Stampin' Up! is offering you that Opportunity, NOW!  The offer will be available now through January 2, 2013.
Details
  • You can find the individual stamp item numbers on the flyers below.
  • These stamps will be packaged in cello bags.
  • This offer is available for clear-mount stamps only.
  • The stamps won't come with a Clear-Mount Block, and you'll need to buy a block separately if you don't already have one. The recommended block sizes can be found on the flyers. 
  • There's no limit on how many pieces you can buy.
  • This offer is not available in Quebec.
  • Remember that this is a pilot program, so take advantage of it while you can!                                                                                                                                                                                       
Look what just one stamp can do!  I created this Graduation Card for my Niece.




Using the same idea and a couple more stamps I made this more masculine version.  You can't beat having a selection of paper on hand so you can match school colors!


The images below show all the new Individual Stamp selections.
Leave a Comment below and tell me your favorite NEW SINGLE STAMP!
You can access the complete Flyers next to the images 
for pricing, and individual stamp item numbers.
Then go to my Online Store to place your order anytime!

4 comments:

  1. Hi Mary!
    Blog looks great! I like them all but word play is my fav.

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  2. Dawn, do you have a favorite Single stamp in the set? It's a little hard to choose! I do love the--GO in the Direction of your Dreams. But--the SICK, Thanks a Million, Happy I do Day---well I use them all!

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  4. Oh duh! They are all really good but "so worth the wait" it is a clever placement of the words!

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