Hello Stampers,
  Are you flipping in the catalog looking for this stamp? This was carve by my hubby with the Undefined stamp carving kit #133104. I have a page with all the product that are available but not in the catalog CLICK HERE to view. Plus Stampin’Up!® has a video how to use this fun carving kit. CLICK HERE to view the product and video. I was so excited when I ask Brett my husband if he was up to do this and he answer YES. My son is graduation this year so perfect for the announcement with a little touch of the  Personalized Circle Monogram stamp. To view more of the personalized stamp CLICK HERE. The personalized stamp are perfect for special occasion for sure, yes they are great for address but add so much for a special occasion when you can have the name, date all on one stamp and the circle share is so attractive.Now are you you up to try your own carving? If so what are you planning on carving? Stampin’Up!® has a board on Pinterest just for the Undefined that they pin check it out lots of cool thing with can do with the right tool and rubber CLICK HERE to view.  Hey ladies even if we say tool this is NOT just for men tools are good for women to 🙂 I will try to carve something but not sure what yet soon I do I will share….

Here are the 2 cards that I did so far with this lovely dud Grad. What color look better when I stamp him Marina Mist or the Black? The color card stock that I use are: White, Marina Mist (this is my son school color) and Black. The big congratulation is from the stamp set Sassy Salutation page 39.

This one I use the embossing folder Alphabet Press perfect for high school graduation.

Here you can see a close up of the Personalized stamp that I order for my son Mick for is graduation. How cook is that…. I can stamp the back of is graduation picture, stamp the envelop of the announcement, party favor name if it for Mick’s gaduation I will stamp it 🙂 The circle punch that I use are the 1-1/4 #119861, 1-3/8 #119860, 1-3/4 #119850.

Thank YOU for your support and Happy Stampin’

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