photopolymer stamps, Stampin Up

New Stamps! Map it Out & Greetings From


Today Stampin’ Up! announced the addition of 2 new photopolymer sets: Map It Out & Greetings From. They’re great by themselves, but when used together they can help you create customized maps for so many things: save-the-dates, moving postcards, travel keepsake containers, and just-saying-hello cards, to name a few.


Most of the images fit perfectly on the smallest clear blocks, and are easy to layer and line up. But be careful not to lose any of the little pieces—they are sneaky! They also coordinate nicely with our circle punches letting you create easy tags or embellishments for scrapbook pages.


The greetings from the Greetings From Stamp Set fit perfectly around the state abbreviation icons from the Map It Out set. Add a dashed line, an “x” to mark the spot—and other fun details—and you’ve got a perfect postcard to send to friends and family to let them know you’ve moved.


I personally think these stamps would be great to help teach US geography in school or home-schooling environments. Also- great for treasure maps, birthday party invites, and road trip bingo boards. The possibilities are endless with these!

Greetings From flyer

Map it Out flyer

I just added these to my own wish list, can think of lots of uses for these babies.
happy stamping!
thanks for stopping by to read this blog post!
~Lynn Streifert

2 thoughts on “New Stamps! Map it Out & Greetings From”

  1. Holy moly! I teach U.S. Geography in the 5th grade and my kiddos would LOVE making something with this stamp set. It could be the perfect crafty fun addition to our State Fair displays!


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