Hello, and welcome back! Today I'm featuring my first Undefined stamp creation using Stampin' Up!'s new Undefined Stamp Carving Kit. This new line was unveiled at convention last week, and all of us were given a sample kit to begin with. I was able to carve this stamp during convention last week!
Here is the official description. "Have you ever wanted a stamp but couldn’t find the perfect image? Maybe you have a special family logo or a sketch you’d like to have as a stamp. Well now you can! Undefined is Stampin’ Up!’s new stamp carving product line. You define the rubber stamp any way you want." I drew a pie chart as I've been wanting a stamp with this theme for a while now. It must be the mathematician in me!
And, here are a couple of cards I made with the stamp. For the first card, I colored the sections of the pie chart with markers in Gumball Green, Daffodil Delight, Calypso Coral, Strawberry Slush and Bermuda Bay. The greeting is made from the Show & Tell 1 & 2 Photopolymer Stamp Sets in Bermuda Bay. The card base is Daffodil Delight Cardstock, and the patterned paper is in Bermuda Bay from the Brights Designer Series Paper Stack. I used Calypso Coral washi tape from the Epic Day This And That Designer Washi Tape set to complete the card. I love how it turned out!
For my second card, I stamped my custom stamp in Island Indigo Ink onto the Naturals White Cardstock. The card base is Melon Mambo Cardstock, and the patterned paper layer is the tiny triangle print from the Gingham Garden Designer Series Paper. I used the floral washi tape from the Gingham Garden Designer Washi Tape set on this card. To complete the card I used a Pear Pizzazz Marker to write what each section represented, and coordinate with the theme of the greeting from the Yippee-Skippee! Stamp Set which is colored in Pear Pizzazz and Melon Mambo Markers.
If you would like to purchase your own Undefined Stamp Carving Kit, click on the image below to purchase it through my online store.
There is also a refill kit that allows you to purchase the supplies to make more stamps without having to repurchase the carving tools.
That is all for today. I'll be sharing the two cards I made for swaps at Convention over the next couple of days. One of them features a die cut that I made with my Silhouette e-cutter. There should also be a video to go with that so you can see the process I use to cut MDS images with my e-cutter! Thanks for stopping by.