5 Tips for using the Stampin' Up! Stamparatus
Petal Pair embossed Narrow Note Card - Luv 2 Stamp Group project

Stampin' UP! cards created with the Stamparatus

 You may have watched my video tutorial yesterday featuring 5 tips for using the Stamparatus Stamp Positioning Tool from Stampin' Up!   If you missed it, you can see it here.

Thank you for your kind words about the video and the cards! Today I am sharing photos of the cards featured in the video, and the Stampin' UP! products used in each project, along with links to my online store.

Learn 5 tips for using the Stampin' UP! Stamparatus stamp positioning tool in this video tutorial by Patty Bennett

 

BELOW:  Time Saving Template technique with the Stamparatus. Rainbow stamping with Stampin' Spots and the Sure Do Love You stamp set.  Narrow Note Card and Petal Pair embossing folder.  Painted with Love designer paper die cut hearts and circle inside envelope flap. (all products available at the bottom of this post in my online Stampin' UP! Store)

Sure Do Love You heart / valentine card, created with Stampin' Spots and the rainbow technique with the Stamparatus by Patty Bennett

 

BELOW:  Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set candle card featuring Hinge Step Stamping technique with the Stamparatus. Inked Stampin' Spots, and enamel shapes featured on this Whisper White Note Card.

Picture Perfect Birthday candle card created with the hinge step stamping technique and the Stampin' UP! Stamparatus by Patty Bennett

 

BELOW:  Pacific Point base card with Picture Perfect Party 6x6 paper stack designer paper, and Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set greeting stamped with the Hinge Step Stamping method and the Stamparatus.  Lemon Lime Twist 3/8" mini striped ribbon.

Picture Perfect Birthday card created with the hinge step stamping technique and the Stampin' UP! Stamparatus by Patty Bennett

  1 youtubeDid you miss the Stamparatus Video tutorial?

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BELOW:  Happy Birthday to you Hinge Step Stamping card created with the Stamparatus and the Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamp set on a Whisper White Note Card.

Happy Birthday card created with the Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamp set and the  hinge step stamping technique and the Stampin' UP! Stamparatus by Patty Bennett

BELOW:  Ribbon of Courage heart card stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink spot on Whisper White Note Card.  Hinge Step Stamping Stamparatus technique used to line up hearts in a perfect vertical line, equally spaced.

Ribbon of Courage heart card created with the hinge step stamping technique and the Stampin' UP! Stamparatus by Patty Bennett

 I also showed a card featuring the Climbing Orchid stamp set, and you can see ALL THE DETAILS of the orchid card here.

 

Thank you for joining me today, I hope you are inspired to use your Stamparatus!!

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Comments

Mary Ann Ely

Good evening Patty,
I love your cards.... I can't wait to get my stamparatus.....It sure will be nice to be able to stamp exactly where you need to..... I'm not the best for trying to line things up and sometimes my sentiments are a little crooked. This will be a BIG help . I can't wait... Thanks for sharing your cards...

Diana Mahar

Hi Patty
Did you ever draw a winner for the Ribbon of Courage contest ?
Thank you
Diana

Cathy Zaramba

After watching this, I can't wait for my stamparatus to arrive. My last email said mid February. I am so excited.

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