Stampin' Up! has introduced a brand new product line for 2008-2009 called Decor Elements. As a demonstrator, I was able to purchase them a couple of weeks ago and now everyone else can order them for the first time TODAY!
You can check out the Decor Elements Brochure here or click on the image to the right of my blog.
Do you want to learn how to use our Decor Elements Self-Adhesive Vinyl Graphics? Check out this link to see the instruction sheet!
You can also see an instructional VIDEO on how to apply the new Decor Elements to your walls! How cool is that?! This is the first time Stampin' Up! has offered a video demonstration for our customers and I think it is just wonderful - don't you?
Check out the following Questions and Answers about Decor Elements:
Q: What is the best surface to apply Décor Elements to?
A: Décor Elements images work well on the following surfaces:
- Smooth, nontextured, drywall walls painted with matte or glossy paint
- Other smooth, non-textured surfaces, such as glass or metal
- Smooth, nontextured wallpaper
- Flat, smooth, finished wood surfaces, such as paneling or doors
We do not recommend that you apply to Décor Elements images to textured or uneven surfaces, brick, or oil-based surfaces.
Q: What should I do if I have a hard time removing the transfer tape from the image during application?
A: Try spraying the transfer tape lightly with water. This helps to break down the adhesive. However, it makes for a messier application, and you may need to wipe your Décor Element image clean after application.
Q: How easy is it to remove Décor Elements images?
A: Decor Elements images are designed for easy removal. Simply take your Décor Elements applicator tool and slide it gently under the surface of your image. Remove images carefully as we cannot guarantee that your wall works well with Décor Elements. If you are having a hard time removing your image, heat the image with a hair dryer to help release the adhesive.
Q: How long will Décor Elements images stay up?
A: If Décor Elements images adhere well to your wall, they should not come down before you want them to. However, it's hard to guarantee the life of your images, as several factors affect product performance. For example, if the drywall was not cleaned or dusted before painting a newly constructed wall, the product may be able to remove paint from the wall. Picking at the image edges may make them come off more easily, so we recommend children not play with them.
Q: I removed my Décor Elements from a glass surface, and there's an adhesive residue left. What should I do?
A: Window cleaner should remove the residue.
Q: Do you recommend using Décor Elements and Definitely Decorative stamps together?
A: Absolutely! This is one reason our new product line fits in so beautifully with our existing product! For the best results, you may want to try stamping on a small portion of your wall first to make sure the paints you are using work well with Décor Elements.
As always, if you have questions about this product line or any other Stampin' Up! product, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
If you would like to place an order, I accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Paypal. You can just email me with your order and I can get your payment information from you once I total up your order.