My Favorite Paper Crafting Tool I Can’t Live Without

My Favorite Paper Crafting Tool -

Would you care to guess what my favorite paper crafting tool is? It may not be what you think!

I'm in love with the Stamparatus. No more struggling with images falling off of their blocks, or digging out the right block size. No more guesswork when trying to line up two-step or three-step images, or even coordinating images. Now you can easily fix incomplete inked images. The Stamparatus takes care of all of those problems for you! And if you're creating multiples of the same project, it's a dream!

Do you have issues with your wrists or hands when stamping? You'll definitely want to give to give the Stamparatus a try!

The Stamparatus comes with two reversible plates, which you can use on both sides, so you don't have to worry about removing one image to line another up. The plates also move, which really helps when you want to repeat a pattern or image… just move the plate, not the stamp! The strong magnets keep your card stock in place.

The Attraction of Stamparatus Magnets

The Stamparatus magnets are really strong, so you'll want to keep them separated. They are very attracted to each other! LOL! Wrap them with some washi tape, leaving a tail at the end or on top so you'll have something to grab onto when they do find each other. Because they will! If they break they will still work, but you can always order replacement Stamparatus Magnets.

I did add the Deluxe Foam Mat for the guides and superb image stamping with photopolymer stamps (I use it all the time).

If you pick up the Deluxe Foam Mat with your Stamparatus during Sale-A-Bration, you can select a FREE item from the Sale-A-Bration Catalog! What could be better?

And if you haven't seen the Occasions Catalog yet, you can check out all the exciting new stamps and accessories HERE.

What's your favorite paper crafting tool? Leave it in the Comments section.

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