November 14, 2017

The New Stamparatus!

Hello and Happy Tuesday! Once again, my apologies for being a bit quiet here this past week. It's literally been "one of THOSE weeks". I had a 2 day craft/vendor event this past weekend that I did last minute prep for and last Wednesday, we (my husband and I) lost a very dear friend, very unexpectedly and we said our final "farewell until we meet again" yesterday afternoon. A sad day for sure but also makes you take note of your many blessings and don't take for granted that there is always tomorrow, because, tomorrow may never come!
Okay, enough sad and on to the Happy of the Happy Tuesday! Stampin' Up! announced the introduction of the new Stamparatus! A brand new stamp positioning tool literally on STEROIDS! This tool is going to revolutionize the world of stamping once again!
It is designed to work with both photopolymer and clear mount stamps. It has 2, count them 2 reversible hinged "doors" so you can set up as many as 4 stamp images (1 on each side of both hinged doors)
Just watch this short video:
This amazing tool is scheduled for the up coming Annual catalog in June, however, Stampin' Up! knows how much we want and NEED this in our lives, so they are allowing us to reserve one very soon. Yep, you can reserve one for an early delivery in the upcoming months rather than have to wait for the next annual catalog to order one. Hellooooooo, can we say AWESOME!
There will be 3 separate reservation periods with expected delivery dates as follows:


So, what do you think? I am totally in love and can not wait to get my hands on this thing. And the best part? It's totally affordable at only $49!

Ok, now that I have you drooling just a little, sit back and relax and beginning the 16th (Thursday), you can begin pre-ordering your tool so that you can be one of the 1st to get your hands on one! Wohoooo!

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