Saturday, March 24, 2018


Inking Tip

The Stamparatus is the coolest tool in my stash…and I have a very big stash!  There have been so many videos and tips on this one tool and I am sure you have seen many of them.  I want to share a tip for those of you sell your cards/projects in stores or social media.  I know that you remake the same card several times, if not for selling certainly around the holidays. 

For a class I taught using the Stamparatus I placed notes on the removable plates so that everyone knew which color to use for each stamp.  As I started to put everything away the thought came to me that when I have to create a large number of cards I don’t always do it in one day, or sometimes my husband or friends come and help me.  The notes would be a great way to keep the consistency on each card.

This is the card we made in the class using the Waterfront stamp set.  Below is a video that explains the way I labeled the Stamparatus and how I found it easier to use Stampin’ Spots to ink the images. 

It’s a simple idea, but I thought it might help someone.

Until Next time . . .
                   Hugs, Karie B.

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