terms of use 


  • Terms of Use

    The domain stampinup.com is registered to Stampin' Up!, Inc. which conducts business as Stampin' Up!® in the United States. A Canadian affiliate company, Stampin' Up! Canada, ULC. conducts business as Stampin' Up! in Canada. These Terms of Use are intended for US and Canadian visitors to the Stampin' Up! Web Site.

    Please note that by using stampinup.com (hereinafter referred to as the Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site), you agree to these Terms of Use. We reserve the right to modify or revise these Terms of Use at any time without prior notice. Your use of the Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site following the posting of changes to these Terms of Use constitutes your unconditional acceptance of those changes. For this reason, we encourage you to review these Terms of Use whenever you use the Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site.
  • Copyright

    The Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site is copyrighted to Stampin' Up!, Inc. and is protected under United States and international copyright law and treaties. Unless otherwise noted, all text, images, graphical design elements, photographs, illustrations, and other written or visual materials are copyrights of Stampin' Up!, Inc. Except as explicitly stated otherwise with regard to specific content, none of the content of the Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site may be downloaded, reproduced, distributed, or displayed in any way. Unauthorized use of any Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site content is strictly prohibited.

  • Artwork

    The images in any stamp sets shown on the Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site are protected by United States and international trademark and copyright laws. Actual stamps may vary in size from the images shown on your computer, depending on their original posting size and the configuration of your browser and screen resolution. Reproduction of these images in any form is strictly prohibited.

  • Stampin' Up! Trademarks

    My Digital Studio, My Digital Studio Express, and Simply Created are trademarks and Aqua Painter, Color Caddy, Color Coach, Crystal Effects, Décor Elements, Definitely Decorative, Embossing Buddy, Forget-Me-Not Keeper, Hodgepodge Hardware, In Color, Inspire. Create. Share., My Digital Studio design logo, On Stage, Powder Pals, Quick Strips, Ribbon Originals, Shelli design logo, Shelli’s Signature Collection, Simply Scored, Simply Scrappin’, Simply Sent, SNAIL Adhesive, Stampin’ Around, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Stampin’ Discuss, Stampin’ Emboss, Stampin’ Glitter, Stampin’ Ink, Stampin’ Kids, Stampin’ Memories and design, Stampin’ Mist, Stampin’ Pad, Stampin’ Pastels, Stampin’ Scrub, Stampin’ Spot, Stampin’ Success, Stampin’ Up! and Stampin’ Up! box logo, Stampin’ Up!, Stampin’ Write, Two-Step Stampin’ and the 2 Step Stampin’ design, The Tearing Edge and design, Watercolor Wonder, Wire Works, and Write Me a Memory and logo are registered trademarks of Stampin’ Up!

    Third-Party Trademarks
    Smooch and Smooch Spritz are registered trademarks of Clearsnap Holding, Inc. ColorCore Cardstock and Core’dinations are registered trademarks of Core’dinations LLC. Stamp-a-ma-jig is a registered trademark of EK Success. Big Shot, Bigz, Clearlits, Edgelits, Embosslits, Framelits, Originals, Pop ‘n Cuts, and Textured Impressions are trademarks and Sizzix and Sizzlits are registered trademarks of Ellison, Inc. Glue Dots is a registered trademark of Glue Dots International, LLC. Uni-ball Signo is a registered trademark of Mitsubishi Pencil Co., Ltd. StazOn, VersaMark, and VersaMarker is a registered trademark of Tsukineko.
  • Disclaimer

    The Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site is provided without warranties of any kind, either express or implied. No guarantee is made as to the accuracy, timeliness, or completeness of the information contained in or accessible from the Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site, or that they will be free from viruses or service interruptions. The user assumes all risk and responsibility for his or her use of the Stampin' Up! Customer Web Site.

  • California Transparency Act

    Stampin’ Up!® Disclosure for the State of California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

    Stampin’ Up! expects all of its suppliers to comply with the applicable laws and regulations of the United States and those of the respective country of manufacture or exportation. While 80 percent of Stampin’ Up! products are manufactured domestically, Stampin’ Up! will not conduct business with any supplier that uses involuntary labor of any kind; including prison labor, indentured labor, bonded labor, or labor obtained through human trafficking or slavery. Pursuant to the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (2012), below is a disclosure of the efforts Stampin’ Up! takes to ensure that human trafficking plays no part in our direct supply chain.

    1. Verification:

      Stampin’ Up! product development team conducts regular inspections of manufacturers, both foreign and domestic, to verify safety and working conditions. Inspections also include monitoring for human trafficking and slavery risks within the supply chain. Inspections are conducted by members of the Stampin’ Up! product development team, who receive training in identifying potential human trafficking and slavery risks.

    2. Audits:

      The Stampin’ Up! product development team conducts regular audits of all manufacturers, both foreign and domestic, to verify the safety and working conditions. The audit includes monitoring for human trafficking and slavery risks within the supply chain. When potential violations are identified, a course of action is determined to best address them.

    3. Certification:

      Aside from submitting to regular inspections, suppliers are not required to offer certification that materials incorporated into the company’s product comply with trafficking and slavery laws in the country or countries in which the suppliers do business.

    4. Internal Accountability:

      All Stampin’ Up! product development team employees attend regular training in identifying potential human trafficking and slavery risks. Stampin’ Up! will not conduct business with any supplier that uses involuntary labor of any kind; including prison labor, indentured labor, bonded labor, or labor obtained through human trafficking or slavery. When potential violations are identified, a course of action is determined to best address them.

    5. Training:
      All Stampin’ Up! product development team employees receive training as part of their employee orientation upon hire and are also required to attend regular trainings in identifying potential human trafficking and slavery risks.

Stampin' Up! Inc. 
12907 South 3600 West 
Riverton, UT 84065 
www.stampinup.com
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