Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Stampin' Up! Stamparatus - Hinge Technique (Faded Effect)

Handmade card created with the Stamparatus and Bouquet Blooms stamp set in Rich Razzleberry ink by Stampin' Up!

Learn the Stamparatus Hinge Technique 
One of the best things about Stamparatus is being able to stamp in a vertical line perfectly. This is achieved by using the Hinge Technique. Simply place your stamp where you'd like it to be, stamp, and then move the stamping platform down one notch.



This creates a perfect line. Of course you can clean your stamp and re-stamp in a different colour, but today I created a faded look using one colour and stamping multiple times without re-applying the colour, which was Rich Razzleberry


Floral handmade card made with the Bouquet Blooms stamp set in Rich Razzleberry ink by Stampin' Up!


This is such a great technique and takes all of the guesswork out of it. As much as I loved the Stamp-a-majig there was still room for error, but not with the Stamparatus.

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Signature of UK Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Lauren Huntley, in black, cursive script with a little heart on the end






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