Friday, December 29, 2017

Stamparatus - Last day to register to order one is December 30th.

I used it today!  It is the best tool in the stamping world.  :)
Why do I have one already?  Since they can't be gotten until February, at the earliest for some?

Sue says it best.
Sue Arthur posted in Demonstrator Party Planning thread on FB about L2L
● There was a group put together several YEARS AGO by Stampin' Up! They asked for volunteers 
to work on upcoming projects. The group that they created was called Leader 2 Leader (L2L
The members of this group have literally spend hours on reviews, questionares etc on products,
 events, catalogs. 
Some of this group helped develop the Stamparatus (no they could not share what they were 
working on and would have signed confidentiality agreements)
As a THANK YOU for all their work, which they have volunteered to do unpaid. 
Stampin' Up! sent enough Stamparatus units to each warehouse so that the L2L group could order theirs and get it shipped immediately. These were sent to warehouses from the first batch made.

So YES these people got a special code and could order theirs and get it first. 
Given some of them have spent hours working on the development of this tool - it is only fair they 
should get it first. They have know about it for a couple of years and worked on this project for just as long.

Here is the tool in use.  I used it with the 3 step Amazing Congratulations Stamp Set 
from the new Occasion's book.  Which starts Jan 4th!

It has 2 plates the work from the side and the top.  
They lift out of their hinge and can be flipped over.

Like shown here to have another stamp ready to use.

 Here is the top plate brought down from above 
to stamp the 3rd step, the outline, of the image.

Finished.  I did 13 of these in 30 minutes.  
The longest part was lining up the stamps in the right place. 

I used Washi tape I got in a bag of stuff from a friend 
to outline the spot for the cardstock.  Because it was right next to me.  
I also covered the 2 magnets with Washi tape and left flaps on the ends.  
So glad I did that because they got too close to each other and snapped together.  
They are super strong!!!
The Washi tape made it possible to slide them apart.

Finished card.  

Love this designer paper.  It's called Painted with Love.  
Also in the Occasion book. 

Inside.

Stampin' Up! has a video you can watch 
that tells you all about the new Stamparatus.

New stuff is so fun!
Happy stamping!

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