This is the fifth of my videos on techniques using the Stamparatus and it features 2 step Stampin’….. and a sneak peak of the Wishing You Well Stamp Set which is in the ‘soon-to-be-released’ 2018 Holiday Catalog. (if you don’t have a copy and would like one comment below and I will get back to you!)
The Stamparatus is Stampin’ UP!’s latest tool and an absolute must have for all stampers. It helps you perfectly align your stamp images, stamp multiples of the same project quickly and accurately and gets complete ink coverage – ‘cos you can do a ‘do-over’ as my video today will show.
Card base: 11 x 4 1/4 Pear Pizzazz Card ~ scored @ 5 1/2
Layer 1: 5 1/4 x 4 Highland Heather Card
Layer 2: 5 1/8 x 3 7/8 Whisper White Card
Ink Colors: Pear Pizzazz and Highland Heather
The Wishing You Well stamp set includes another of Stampin’ UP!’s DiskINKtive stamps making that bow look like real organdy and my only embellishment is a few Basic Jewel Pearls ~ nothing more is needed!
The video explains how the 2 Step Stampin’ Technique works……………………
Click here for the first and second video’s on the Stamparatus
Click here for the third video
Click here for the fourth video
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2 thoughts on “Stamparatus ~ 2 Step Stampin’ – Video Tutorial”
Beautiful Card! I love the color combination. Highland Heather is one of my favorites of the new colors.
thank you – I find these really peaceful colors