Introducing… The Stamparatus!

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!

View this attached PDF for how to reserve yours TODAY!

Please contact me with any questions!


What’s the Difference? Framelits vs. Thinlits

Hello, Crafty Friends! I recently watched this video by Stampin’ Up! featuring some beautiful butterfly framelits and thinlits. I’m posting it here for you because Holly gives an explanation of the difference between framelits and thinlits. Plus, these butterflies are beautiful!

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As she mentions, it’s important to know whether you are cutting with a Framelit or Thinlit, so that you can use the correct cutting tools!


{video} Grateful for You Chevron Card

This fun card features the “must have” Stamp-A-Ma-Jig stamp positioning tool! Change the colors and sentiment to suit your needs. My card uses the Work of Art stamp set in wood mount (chevron image) and the clear mount version of the For All Things stamp set. Also, I use Burlap Ribbon every chance I get, so of course I included it on this card! Depending on the colors and embellishments you add to YOUR card, this could be masculine or feminine. So versatile! I hope you enjoy this video – make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel if you haven’t already.