Using Stampin' Up! Embossing Dies
Father's Day Cards with Paper Pumpkin

Simple Inking Technique with the Stamparatus

Inking-technique-stamparatus-2The Stamparatus from Stampin' Up! is a wonderful new stamp positioning tools and in today's video tutorial, you'll see a simple inking technique using this tool.

In a previous video, you saw an embossing technique that seen in the close up shot above.  See the video HERE. 

Now let's take a look at the video with the Stamparatus and an inking technique.

Click HERE to see this inking technique video on my You Tube channel.

Lisa's Inklings:

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  • I have been successful using only one magnet at a time.  If using both and they get too close...will "clack" together and can break.
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Thank you for tuning in for today's inking technique with the Stamparatus video tutorial and will see you again soon!


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Lynn Chapman

Loved the videos of the Tropical Escape cards and cute box. I can’t wait to try making the Narure card using the Stamparatus.

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