feminine, Handmade Cards, Techniques & Tutorials, Undefined Stamp Carving Kit


Hello Crafters,

Today I enter a challenge at Just Add Ink. The challenge this week is Just Add SequinsJAI#259.

Last night I was thinking about a request I received to make some birthday invitations with a Masquerade theme. Knowing that Stampin’ Up! didn’t have anything along those lines, I got an idea in my head that I was going to have my first attempt at carving my own stamp, a mask!

Well, I started at about 8.30pm once the kids were in bed and by the time I was happy with the outcome, it was almost 1am! Now that is very unusual for me, as I am normally in bed by about 10 on a Saturday night. lol

Anyway, I started with a card base of Crisp Cantaloupe, then a layer of Basic Black.


I stamped the image that I carved from the Undefined Stamp Carving Kit in Versamark Ink and added the Heat & Stick Powder and heat set it with the heat gun. (This was also the first time using the Heat & Stick product!). Then I added some Gold Stampin’ Glitter and heat again to set it and I was so happy with the effect.


I added some sequins with glue dots and stamped the Happy Graduation from the Teeny Tiny Sentiments stamp set at the bottom in black (I plan on giving this card to my daughter’s teacher who had her Graduation Ceremony last Thursday).


Be sure to decorate the inside panel of your card and even the envelope, it helps tie it all together!


This envelope I made myself using the Simply Scored and the Diagonal Plate.

I started with an A4 piece of printer paper and put it on the Diagonal Plate, short edge to the top, and scored at 1-5/8”.

Rotate the paper 180o and score at 4”.

Rotate 90o counter-clockwise, and score at 5-1/2”.

Rotate 180o and score at 4-1/8”.

Fold the top left section first, then the bottom right section. Next fold up the bottom left, then the top right. You will notice a small triangle is still showing, but you fold that over the top of the envelope and seal it with the stamp!!!!


I have to say I was very pleased with the outcome of my 1st attempt at carving my own stamp! Look out world, there could be many more to follow, lol.

Please leave a comment below, if you think my card met this challenge.

Why don’t you give a challenge a go, they are so much fun. Head across to the Just Add Ink page for more inspiration and see how the designers interpreted this challenge.


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Undefined Stamp Carving Kit

Undefined Carving Kit

Hello Stampers,

I want to share with you a new Stampin’ Up! product that is available. I have not personally had a go at this, but I have seen some absolutely amazing things carved with it!

Undefined Stamp Carving Kit

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.

Only $34.95 (133402) and included in the Stamp Carving Kit:

* 2 carving tools
* 3″ x 4″ rubber
* 3″ x 4″ foam
* 4 wood blocks (various sizes)
* 1 Island Indigo Stampin’ Write Marker
* 3 postcards
* Instruction sheet
* Stamp image templates

If you are still unsure about how this works, CLICK HERE to view a YouTube video.

Click here to purchase your kit today!

Happy Stamping,