Stamparatus Is the Answer

Posted by on November 16, 2017 in Of Interest

Stamparatus In Action - Visit http://www.3amstamper.com

Stamparatus Is the Answer to your frustration with positioning your stamp images.  The approximately 8” x 8” tool (I’m guessing here) lets you position your card elements any number of ways.  It’s great for two- (or more) step stamping and lets you easily correct any faint or skipped parts of your stamped images!  The images above give you a hint as to how it works, but the video below shows you in better detail.

This is so cool, right?  The Stamparatus does away with the need for removable adhesive or tape, so the image is easy to stamp without any missing parts.  It’s oversize and has open sides so you can use larger paper or card stock.  Turn it around for easier use if you’re left-handed, although the regular arrangement should work okay.

I’m excited to report that Stampin’ Up!® is taking reservations for the new toy, starting today at 2:00pm MT.  That’s right now as you read this!  The reservation period is today through November 30th with the expected ship date of around February 1st.  This means that once your reservation is accepted, you’ll be assured of receiving your Stamparatus as soon as it’s available.

If the reservation list is filled for the first round, you have two more you can use.  The second is December 5 through 30, with a possible ship date of around March 19th, and the third is January 15 through 30, with a possible ship date of around April 15th.  However, this tool is so cool that you’ll want to make your reservation as early as possible so you can get your new toy in the first batch!

I know we have to wait, but I’m sure it’ll be worth it!  Imagine how easy it will be to make a whole batch of the same design of card!  Not to mention perfectly positioning multi-step stamping images.  And correcting the images with missing ink!

Click here to download the How to Make Your Stamparatus Reservation sheet.  You will need an account and I’d appreciate it if you’d name me, Mary Varley, as your Demonstrator, and reserve your Stamparatus so you can enjoy the Answer as soon as it’s out!

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