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One of the members of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals Community suggested I share a video on how to heat emboss in Stampin’ Up! Colors using the Stamparatus, stamp positioning tool. Thank you, Pam Dotts! I tried it today and it worked so well I decided to incorporate it into the video I already had planned to demonstrate yesterday’s Ghirardelli treat holders. See yesterday’s post here.
Glossy and cool. Here’s a close up (above) of the Dapper Denim Hearts and “love” sentiment heat embossed using the Stamparatus. The Dapper Denim images were re-stamped with VersaMark and heat embossed. Step by step details in the video along with oodles of paper crafting tips.
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The Stamparatus is a stamp positioning tool that is getting a lot of excitement and attention for it’s unique features that make stamping easier, more precise and fun! It will be available in the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog June, 2018. Those of you who were able to reserve one by Dec. 30, 2017 should receive yours in the next few months. Stampin’ Up! will contact you when the inventory arrives. Learn more about the Stamparatus (including helpful videos) here.
I love the Dapper Denim look for the Ghirardelli treat holder. The Dapper Denim 3/8″ Striped Grosgrain Ribbon pulls it all together (literally).
To show the fabulous coverage you can get with the Stamparatus, I re-stamped yesterday’s heart from Heart Happiness (bottom left) for a more solid effect (stamped it twice and perfect placement each time).
These Ghirardelli treat holders are a sweet Valentine celebration. Tuck one in a lunch, below a pillow, on a co-worker’s desk or in the mail!
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