"I bought the MDS download for the Chevron Border Punch and copied it many times in My Digital Studio software to create this 'tire track' stamp (which could be used to make a chevron background too!). It was SUPER easy to carve with the UNDEFINED STAMP CARVING KIT by Stampin' UP! And I made it into a clear-mount stamp using S.U.'s clingmount foam sheets that are sold separately! This is the perfect addition to your HEY DUDE kit! Have fun making Masculine cards!" Alana Jean-Louis
"This is my very first hand-carved stamp that I made at Stampin' Up! Convention right after they unveiled the new UNDEFINED STAMP CARVING KIT! I chose to make a flag with the St. George's Cross... which represents England... which we use in a club called Knights of the Northern Realm (14th century living history club - see pics). Now when we hold a family festival I will use the stazon ink pad to stamp the hands of people to show they have paid for their tickets!" Alana Jean-Louis
PART TWO SHOWING BOTTOM OF STAMP: I Googled Minion Colouring Page. Used My Digital Studio to add eyes#2 and mouth#3 onto body #4 to get the minion that I wanted as a template to carve this fun minion stamp with Stampin' Up!'s UNDEFINED Stamp Carving Kit! This was only on my 2nd day of having the kit! so not a huge learning curve!
"Turn your favourite line-art stamp into a 2-step stamp! Use Stampin' Up!'s UNDEFINED Rubber Stamp Carving Kit to make the solid shape stamp to colour in your factory made stamp! You can also buy sheets of cling mount foam from Stampin' UP! to make it into a clearmount stamp to see exactly where to match up the 2 images! I used stazon ink to stamp the original image right onto the carving rubber so I knew where to carve to match the shape!" Alana Jean-Louis