Stamp Straight with the Stamparatus!


Why The Stamparatus?

Hi Friends!

You can hear my story in the video, but basically, I’ve pretty much ignored my Stamparatus.  However, as the story goes, I have to make 200 Christmas cards for a client. I have to make sure that everything I stamp is perfectly straight…I’m OCD like that!

I was stressing because I knew it would be impossible to stamp all the sentiments without going crooked and having uneven ink.  Yuk!

I pulled out my Stamparatus and you can watch for yourself how easy it was to stamp everything nice and straight.  The ink was evenly distributed, too – no light part and dark part – if you know what I mean. (I show you an example in the video.)

Take a look!  It’s less than five minutes and it might save you a lot of aggravation and time. When you’re done watching, read on!

Do you have the Stamparatus?

If you don’t, I really highly recommend it.  Watch Stampin’ Up’s video to see all the cool things you can do with it. (She also shows you a better way to use the red rubber stamps!)

Now Is The Time to Buy It!

If you are planning on making your own holiday cards this season, NOW is the time to buy the Stamparatus.  The best way to do it is to join my team.  Why? Between now and August 31st, you’ll be able to purchase $155 worth of Stampin’ Up! products for only $99 and pay no shipping.  Not only will you be able to purchase the Stamparatus, but you’ll have about $150 left over to buy all of the items you need to create your holiday cards! PLUS… you’ll also receive a $10 coupon to use beginning in September.  You can’t beat it!!

The best part is that you will never, ever have to actually work as a demonstrator.  You can just purchase the fully-customizeable starter kit and then never purchase anything again.  Yes, it’s true!

Email me at charlene@stampinwithcharlene.com or click my “Join Stampin’ Up!” tab to order all of your fun stuff NOW!

The possibilities of things you can order are limitless, bet here are some things you can order to make your own starter kit:

 

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