Friday, October 05, 2018

A quick tip for using your Stamparatus

  • Stampin' Up! Stamparatus Tip
  • Stamparatus Accessories Pack now available
  • Get Ten percent off World Card Day Select Items
  • Three card classes for World Card Day

Stamparatus Tip 

If you've ever stamped a large number of cards with die cuts, this tip is for you.  

Instead of stamping all of your images and then fussing with your Big Shot and sticky notes to ensure your die cuts are aligned as you cut your stack of images, change your workflow and do this instead.           

 Stamparatus helps you perfectly align stamp images and get complete ink coverage

First die cut all your images, like the deer above.  Then create a template for your Stamparatus stamp positioning tool.  

 Stamparatus Stamp Positioning Tool

Then, position you stamp so it stamps exactly where the die cut sits and close your plate over the stamp. 

 Stamparatus helps you align stamp images and get complete ink coverage

Then, place your die cut into the template opening, ink your stamp, and stamp your die cut.  Remove your stamped die cut, add another blank to the opening, ink your stamp and stamp again.  

You'll find you're able to stamp a stack of blank die cuts very quickly, which is just want you need when you're creating a stack of Holiday cards.  

Look closely at the photos above and you'll see I'm using the new Stamparatus Small Grid Paper to protect my Stamparatus mat.  Stampin' Up! introduced several new Stamparatus accessories, including extra plates, Small Grid Paper, and foam mats.   These items can be purchased individually, or they can be purchased as an Stamparatus Accessories Pack I'm so happy to have these extra plates, which make stamping detailed cards so much faster! 

 Stamparatus Accessories Pack 151049

For more details about these new items, click here.

To see Holiday stamps, check out  the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.  Order your holiday stamp set and dies plus your Stamparatus and Stamparatus Accessories soon, so you'll have them in plenty of time to create your hand made holiday cards.  Or join one of my classes listed below to get a jump start on your holiday projects.

Stay up-to-date with new card ideas by subscribing to my blog, register on my Meetup site or by following me on Instagram.

Want 10% off these Select Stampin' Up! Products? 

To celebrate World Card Day, Stampin' Up! saves you 10% off these products..for just a few more days!!.  Pick up a card kit.  Stock up on Dimensionals or blank Note Cards and Envelopes.  Or try a fun new stamp set at a discount.  But don't delay!  These savings only last until October 7.  Check out the savings, and click items below to see more details about a product that's part of this sale.  Then join one of my classes listed below to have some fun.   

Sale: $16.20
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Join Us for these World Card Day Events 

Holiday Card Making - October 7, 2018

Jump start your Holiday card making during World Card Day...Week.  Its only one day, but the savings (above) go on all week.  Oct 7th is the final day of this fun week.  We'll get together and create 6 cards that you'll use for Fall and Holiday Occasions.  You'll love creating these cards and then sharing your creativity with others when you send Fall and Holiday cards.  Pick from a variety of sentiments so each card fits your needs..  

For a closer look at each project, take a look  at the Meetup Photo album for this class, and register for the class while you're visiting my Meetup registration site.  The photo album includes individual photos of each project we'll make. 

Learn-to-Stamp Class - Choose AM or PM Oct 8

Technically, World Card Day ends October 7, but I figured we already plan to celebrate World Card Day all week, so what's one more day?  

New to stamping and card making?  Join us for Coffee and Cards and make these cute cards with step by step instructions.  You'll learn about classic rubber stamps, photopolymer stamps, the purpose of different inks and when to use them, embossing folders and Big Shot die cutting machine, and coloring stamped images with Blends alcohol-based Markers. You'll have a great time crafting!    

Same Class offered at two different times. 

Register for October 8 - 10:30 AM class here.

Register for October 8 - 7:00 PM class here.


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Need To place an order?

1.  Orders over $150 (not including tax and shipping), qualify for shopping rewards. You select free merchandise from the current catalogs to add to your order.  You can also purchase hostess sets with a $150 order.   Order here.

2.  If the purchases on your Wish List are over $100, the $99 Starter Kit is one way to save on your purchase today.  And save even more on future orders.  First, you can order $125 worth of product for your $99 starter kit.  After your initial $99 order for merchandise you select from anything in the current catalogs, place an order for the remainder of your Wish List as a demonstrator, and start saving 20% on your purchases.  Need help building your shopping list? Contact me, and we'll work through your starter kit order together. 

3.  Place an on-line order through my Stampin' Up! store - 24/7 Shopping.  I would love to be your Stampin' Up! demonstrator if you don't already have one.  Let me know if you need an Annual Catalog or the upcoming Holiday Catalog. 

4.  Clearance Rack items - while quantities last.

5.  Order current or previous Paper Pumpkin monthly craft kits.  If you've never tried Paper Pumpkin, get ready for a fantastic special beginning October 8-10.  $5 Paper Pumpkin for new Paper Pumpkin customers only!  


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