I had been thinking about it for quite a while, but everytime I would just convince myself that it was an over indulgence. Boy was I wrong! I can see now that I always needed to do this, and am seriously kicking myself for not jumping on the bandwagon sooner.
I’m talking about Unity Stamps kit club of course!
Over the last year, I am become more and more interested in kit clubs, mainly because I live in a town devoid of any craft shops, so most of my shopping is done online anyway. There were lots that I considered, Studio Calico and The Girls Loft were always the forerunners, but I had never taken the plunge to go ahead with it. Then I found Unity Stamps kit club.
I have lots of stamps, and I have lots of paper and embellishments. But the one thing i realised is that I can easily give away / donate paper and embellishments, but I would never part with my stamps. I love the versatility of the designs and the way you can use them in a multitude of ways in order to give fantastic results. So a kit club with STAMPS seriously made my mouth water.
I calculated the costs, and dithered a bit about the postage and packaging, but in the end I went for it.
Yesterday my stamps arrived, and although I have only played with the stamps a little, I LOOOOOOVE them. Not only did I get my February kit, but Unity also gives all its new subscribers a starter pack which includes some 6×6 paper and TEN unity stamps – so I was delighted to get a good mix of big, small, designs and text; and one of which was a beautiful big butterfly.
The new kit gets revealed on Monday 1st March, and I am seriously tempted to buy some of the other non-kit stamps too, especially the ones with their unique mounting system.
If you are feeling interested, hop on over to Unity Stamps and see the kit for yourself, and take a look at their other catalogue of delicious stamps. Here’s also some details on the great offers they have for their customers.
But before you go, you might want to take a peep at this video from Noell at Paperclipping.com, which shows you a little more about the different types of stamps that Unity create and their specific mounting system. Remember you can also check out loads more CHA videos over at www.paperclipping.com.
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