This week my grandchildren are back to school as Spring Break is officially over. With the boys home I was able to start work on my garden in which we will plant strawberries, tomatoes, and onions to name a few items.
This week I wanted to demonstrate how to stamp using the Stamperatus. This is a good tool for anyone to have in their crafting arsenal. This tool provides individuals with the ability to get the perfect ink coverage on a stamp, due to the fact that you can reline up the stamp to match an already stamped image. The Stamperatus also provides two plates which gives you the ability to have four surfaces to put stamps on. This will help with layering stamps.
The stamperatus comes with a base for stamping, two stamping plates, a foam mate, and two magnets. The magnets are very strong and can break if they are to close together. A tip for anyone with or thinking about getting the stamperatus is by covering the magnets with duck tape. I even left a little lip on mine so that I can easily reposition them.
The Craft and Carry Tote perfectly carries your stamperatus and all of its accessories.
The stamperatus accessories pack allows an individual two more plates for an additional four surfaces to hold stamps, an extra foam pad and customized grid sheets that make stamping a breeze.
Paper Pumpkin is great for an individual growing their stamping collection. This all-inclusive kit just needs Snail Adhesive or Tombow Liquid Glue and your projects are complete. If you want to get to know distinktive stamping check out this kit!
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