Photopolymer Stamp Set: Bombs Away

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You can download the flyer HERE to see it better

To Read a Q&A on the new Polymer stamps, go HERE

I’m ordering mine today!  I like this one, especially the stamp about Classic Rock 🙂  That’s so me, about 30 years behind the trend!

The Fine Print from SU:

  • Photopolymer stamps will be offered on a trial basis. Based on popularity, we hope to release more photopolymer stamp sets over the coming months. At this time we don’t plan on offering a line of photopolymer sets as expansive as our wood-mount and clear-mount lines.

  • Available on all order types beginning March 1, 2013.

  • Not available in wood-mount or clear-mount.

  • All photopolymer will be packaged in cello bag w/insert, but don’t forget you can store them in our clear cases.

Basic Black Classic Stampin’ Ink Pad Update

 

Those of you waiting on an improved Basic Black Pad, SU has been working for months, testing  and working on it.  They are ready to provide you with a status report!  I will be ordering it asap and testing it myself, so I can be sure it’s perfect before recommending it to you!
Here is what SU said:
What’s changed?
we have accepted a formula with our supplier that shows improvement. The new formula has a reduced dye concentration that will allow it to better absorb into the cardstock. Reducing the concentration didn’t change the rich black color we all know and love; it only affects how the cardstock takes the ink.
What about drying time?
Because the ink absorbs better into the cardstock, it will dry in under a minute in some cases. It can take longer depending on the run of your cardstock and the age of your ink pad. If you are using an old ink pad, one of the refills with the improved formula will rejuvenate your pad. Also keep in mind that larger stamps or a more solid image may require a longer drying time.
What’s the deal with Whisper White Cardstock?
We initially discovered that our specification tolerance is too broad, meaning that there is a broad variance in ink absorption and drying time. Our Whisper White Cardstock is not a custom cardstock for Stampin’ Up! like our other cardstock colors, so we don’t have control over its tolerance. We have since requested that our supplier provide us with cardstock within a tighter range of tolerance. Still, our tests proved that the new ink formula works better on most, not all, of our Whisper White Cardstock. The performance of the ink depends on the run of the cardstock. It is not possible to tell when a packet of Whisper White Cardstock was produced. If you are concerned with the quality of your cardstock, we recommend using StazOn ink, instead of Basic Black.
What if I need to exchange or return my Basic Black Classic Stampin’ Pad?
If you have experienced problems with your Basic Black Classic Stampin’ Pad, contact Demonstrator Support. Please have your pad in hand-it will help the agent know how to best help you.
When can I get my hands on the improved Basic Black ink?
The improved Basic Black ink pad and refill are currently being sold. Surprise! Remember, depending on the Whisper White Cardstock you are using, you may still experience smearing and high drying times. We recommend that you use StazOn instead of the Basic Black Classic ink pad.
We are pleased with these results so far. Not only has our Basic Black ink formula improved, but the testing process has also shown us how to make improvements to the quality of our Whisper White Cardstock. We will continue to see improvement in the future.

Go Stamp Something Today!

Linda

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