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Stamparatus Tips

Today's video is all about 4 Stamparatus Tips.  None of them are mandatory to have great outcomes with your Stamparatus, but they simply make life easier!

There are products coming into the market right now, like magnet boards, by 3rd party services, but I'm going to show you how to make them yourself in minutes saving you $!

Watch these tips here:

 

 

If you missed the pre-release of the Stamparatus, you can order yours now here!

Let's review the Stamparatus Tips:

  1. Laminating Grid Paper:  Cut at the 7″ mark of your Stampin' Up! Grid paper from the left side and up from the bottom.  Cut off the area between where the printed numbers stop and the edge of your Grid Paper.  This will leave you a space that is 7-3/8″ x 7-3/8″.  Laminate this so that you can use this sheet on top of your foam pad and also so you can wipe off any ink and re-use it over and over.
  2. Cut down vent covers to 7-3/8″ x 7-3/8″.  These vent covers can be purchased at your local home improvement store.  I got mine at Home Depot for just over $5.  I like these better than the others out there, because I can control the thickness by using 1, 2, or 3 layers.  They are also magnetic, so it helps my magnet on my Stamparatus work even better!
  3. Use a strip of Washi Tape around your magnets to make “handles” to help you easily remove your magnets from the back of your Stamparatus.
  4. Use your Simply Shammy box (or any other clear mount stamp case) to create a level platform to ink up your stamps.

Even if you don't have a laminating machine or a heavy duty paper cutter, run down to your local Office Max, Kinkos, etc and they can do it for you.  My local store said they would charge $2 total to cut and laminate.  So with tax, we are looking at less than $8 and you have your own custom enhancement system for your Stamparatus!

I hope you enjoyed these Stamparatus tips!  If there is something you want to know how to do with your Stamparatus, simply leave me a comment so I can get cracking on it!  See you soon with a fun project tutorial!