First Frost Card using the Stamparatus Tool

This month the exclusive new Stampin Up STAMPARATUS Tool was showcased at our stamping club class. It is an awesome positioning tool that makes your art creations look professional!

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STAMPARATUS

STAMPARATUS Accessories Pack Below

Below is a brief video about the STAMPARATUS. Search Stampin Up STAMPARATUS on Youtube to learn many cool ways to use this tool. 

We used the Stampin Up! First Frost Stamp Set with coordinating Frosted Bouquet Framelits. We had 9 gals at class and everyone enjoyed working with this tool. I was so excited and happy. Even though this is my 20th year with Stampin Up, I still get a little nervous before our classes because I want everyone to have fun and enjoy themselves.  But even when I make mistakes, we laugh and have a great time. We are all human, and we learn from each other. It has been a true blessing I met these wonderful ladies and enjoy spending time with them at least once a month. God is good!

First Frosted Stamp Set

Frosted Bouquet Framelits

Here is the project we made.  

Above you can see I placed two stamps on the left side of the acrylic board and one stamp on the top of the acrylic board. We just inked up the stamps, closed and opened up the acrylic boards which inked up the Whisper White card stock. You can see the results below. 

Then we stamped two roses on a piece of Whisper White card stock and using the coordinating Framelits die, which die cut them out. You can see the roses stamped with the Framelits on top of the images on the top left side of the photo above.

We used Stampin Dimensionals to raise the two roses on the card font, then adhered the card pieces together. Lastly, I ‘bejeweled’ everyone using the Stampin Up Rhinestones. This really creates a WOW factor in real time 🙂 

The inside, we adhered a coordinating piece of Designer Series Paper to the Whisper White card stock and stamped appropriate greeting. 

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