Due to the extreme success of the last reservation window for the new Stamparatus, Stampin' Up! has decided to take things a bit differently when the reservation window opens up again tomorrow.
Make multiples with ease
Consistently stamp crisp, clean images
If you want a darker impression, apply more ink and restamp—no need to start over
Make fewer mistakes, saving time and money
Easily create 2-step, 3-step, and 4-step stamped images using reversible plates
Develop new and specialized stamping techniques with adjustable stamping plates and precision placement
Please e-mail me if you have any questions or feedback.
I'd like to share a little story with you about this.
Some of you may be aware that there is a positioning tool already out there on the market, called a "Mysti". One of my dear and faithful customers, Beth, sent me this note when I first announced the Stampin' Up! Stamparatus:
"Well, it is too bad that Stampin' Up! came out with the Stamparatus after I bought the "Mysti." I have had it about a year. It makes layering multiple cards so much easier...if I didn't have this one (already) I would definitely buy Stampin' Up!'s...the really cool thing about it is...if you didn't get enough ink on the stamp, you can restamp because it will go in the exact same spot! So cool..."
I responded that I understood, but I suggested that she still watch the video. It took her a few days (Thanksgiving was in there in the middle), and then she texted me:
"I finally watched the video. I want one! It has alot more features than the Misti. The 2 doors, and you can move them up and down. Stamping 4 layers on one piece.The storage slots for the magnets! It is far superior to the Misti... I love how the doors move up and down, and that way you can use both sides. And then you have one door on the side and on top. Really nice. And your card stock stays put! Really good! Love it! It is amazing! The more into the video I got, the more excited I was. "
So! Even if you already have a stamp positioner, take Beth's advice and check out the Stampin' Up!'s Stamparatus!