Why do you need a Stamparatus? This great tool helps anyone get crisp, clean stamped images; plus, you can make multiple projects in minutes—with an accuracy and consistency that makes stamping easier than ever before.
Compatible with red rubber and photopolymer stamps
Easily create 2-step, 3-step, and 4-step stamped images
using reversible plates
Two open sides so you can use larger paper
Make fewer mistakes, saving time and money
If you want a darker impression, apply more ink—
no need to start over
Fall in love with stamping all over again!
Your Stamparatus comes with all this!
This tool will be available in the Annual Catalog in June 2018 – HOWEVER – you can reserve yours from December 5-30, for delivery beginning in spring!
So, you can get your hands on this amazing tool BEFORE it’s available in the catalog!
I’ve handmade greeting cards for over 10 years, but I’ve been terrible about actually sending them out to people! My goal in 2017 is to send out AT LEAST 365 cards.I hope you’ll help me by participating! I expect that most cards I will send will be BIRTHDAY cards, but I will send out others, including Christmas/Holiday cards in December!
There are only FIVE more days to register for the “Early Bird” price for Pampered Stamper 2016! To register, send me an email to let me know how you’d like to pay. I can send you a PayPal link to use, or I can take a check or cash. Your payment confirms your reservation, so contact me today!
Here is a photo of the main project you’ll complete at Pampered Stamper, but there will be several other projects as well! You’ll make a fall & Christmas themed block decor – and the blocks come with the project so you could make more decor at home for other holidays!
Join me for this year’s Stamp-A-Stack for World Card Making Day! This year I am doing the event a little differently – since my house is still undergoing some renovations I wouldn’t have the time to plan, order and prep my typical Stamp-A-Stack, so you get to pick your own kit! This means you could choose to not even make CARDS this year – you could make gifts or tags!
I’ve missed having classes, so I hope you’ll join me! Register to attend no later than September 19th so I have plenty of time to order your kit and other supplies.
Earn yourself free ribbon or other embellishments from the Stampin’ Up! catalog!
I’m trying to reach a monthly sales goal, and need your help! Place an order of $30 or more in my online store (click the Online Store button to the right) and I’ll send you a FREE item of your choice from the “Accents” section of the Online Store.
Orders must be placed no later than 10 PM central on October 31, 2015. Use Host Code 6JXSHMR3. US customers only, per Stampin’ Up! policy. When you order I get an email with your email address, and I’ll contact you to ask which item you wish to receive! Thanks, and let me know if you have any questions!
Don’t purchase the Tin of Cards kit without reading this!
I recently put my cards together and noticed a few challenges. I found that if you follow the instructions included with the kit, you might become frustrated like I did.
First, there are a couple places where Stampin’ Up! recommends that you use StazOn ink. I suggest that you instead use Memento ink! StazOn will not only stain your photopolymer stamps black, over time it will ruin the photopolymer. That said, I understand why they suggest StazOn for stamping on the wooden embellishments – the image will be cleaner, with no bleeding. The minimal bleeding doesn’t bother me as much as the stained stamp does, so the choice is yours!
Second, there are times where Stampin’ Up! recommends that you use SNAIL adhesive, where I had better luck with Multipurpose Liquid Glue.
The Tin of Cards kit is really cute, and I love the tin to organize cards. Just make sure to carefully read through all of the instructions before completing each card – and contact me with ANY questions you have!
Here is the video from Stampin’ Up! about the Tin of Cards kit and stamp set, with a few more pointers:
Free to a good home! My Holiday Catalogs have arrived and they are ready to be sent to YOU. Simply let me know you’d like one! If I already have your mailing address, then just comment below that you want the catalog. If I don’t have your address, or you aren’t sure, then click below to provide it:
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Why Mirror Image Crafts?
I've chosen the name Mirror Image Crafts for my business and website for a reason! I am an identical twin, and share an extremely close bond with my sister. We both really love to paper craft, so it seemed a fitting name for my site. My sister and I have a website together I hope you'll visit: The Stamping Twins