Concord & 9th's Improved Turnabout Stamps New Kit + 10 Card Ideas

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Concord and 9th's Turnabout Toolkit - I seriously have no words and I haven't been this excited about something in the crafting industry since the Misti Stamping Tool. I'm serious! Honestly, this is going to sell out so quickly so be sure to snatch one up. Today I have a video tutorial showing how to use the kit, the jig and turnabout stamps in a foolproof way! 

Check out the Full Release Bundles and Toolkit Here!


Put away those permanent markers, rulers and all the other things you may have used to line up your turnabout stamps before - take out the jig (available for the Original, Mini Misti or a bundle of both) and the transparency sheets that now come with the stamps and you are set. They are also selling a pack of transparencies for ALL previous turnabouts at a great price!


Kit Contents:
Everyday Bouquet Turnabout Stamp (compatible with Mini or Original Misti)
Everyday Bouquet Dies
Turnabout Jig (Original Misti Size)
Repositionable Adhesive to attach you cardstock to your Jig
Adhesive Eraser 
4 envelopes and card bases

My video tutorial has all the information you will need to use Turnabout Stamps! Under each photo, I have listed the stamp used. Full supply list at the end of this post.

Birthday Basics Turnabout Stamp and Die

Free with $60 Purchase - Mini Spirograph Turnabout

Hello Sunshine Turnabout Stamp & Die Set

Faceted Turnabout Stencils & Everyday Bouquet (included in kit) Die

To The Point Turnabout Stamp & Die

Marbled Turnabout & Say Hello Dies

Turnabout Toolkit Everyday Bouquet Stamp

Stitched Turnabout Stamp

Stitched Turnabout Stamp


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3 comments

  1. I've never tried the turnabout stamps but they seem to be a great option for filling a panel with a custom background. Thanks for the fab showcase.

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  2. Thanks for all the tips! I just ordered the kit and the templates for previous stamps. Woohoo!

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  3. Thanks for sharing, just ordered them and looking forward to playing with them. How did you do the flower, the first photo on this tutorial, the one with Hey there on it?

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