secret-stamps-updateShhhh!!!  Very few people know about these stamp sets. They were first introduced when Stampin’ Up! was experimenting with photopolymer stamp sets. A new set came out each month and were available while supplies last. Demonstrators were asked to share them, but not everyone got the message. Those that did loved the photopolymer sets and now photopolymer stamps are all over our current catalog! But since many didn’t get the memo some of those first sets are still available. You just need to know the name and number to order them online or through your demonstrator. They used to come in just a cellophane bag, so I made case inserts for them. I think they all come in standard stamp cases now.

August 2, 2016 update: New “Secret Stamp Sets” were announced. See them here.
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10/15/16 update: Some of the secret stamp sets are sold out and the remaining stamp sets are on sale, half price! I also missed one of the secret sets, so I’ve added it in.

Here they are. Shall we keep them secret? They’re only available while supplies last!

 

 

 

 

 

 

And one more that’s a wood-mount set that’s fairly new. It’s also not in the catalog. Shannon West, one of the trainers as the Stampin’ Up! corporate office, got frustrated with the quick and easy birthday greetings with Facebook. Any birthday acknowledgement is great, but how much better is a hand-stamped card? So she started a campaign #imbringingbirthdaysback. Stampin’ Up! loved it and made it into a stamp… which sold out within hours! They quickly made more and you can get one if you know the secret. Here’s the secret name and number. It can be on it’s way to your crafting space so you can participate in Shannon’s campaign and send handmade birthday cards.

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the reminder! I have a few of these and just assumed they were retired!!

    • BevAdamsStamps

      A few of those sets are gone, but I’ve checked each of the sets in my post and they’re still available. I think the only way to find them is to search for photopolymer sets and happen to notice a set that’s not in the catalog. I had them in my spreadsheet, so I had a list of sorts. There could be more that I missed. There are some really wonderful hidden gems here.

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