The advantage of using a distINKtive stamp set is the ease of inking up and getting it right the first stamping. When you want to make a batch of cards like I mentioned in the last post, try using a tool to get everything started!
The first thing I stamped with the Stamparatus is the hydrangea image. That was the major focal point of the card that I wanted to match to start. The next thing I stamped were the two green leaf groupings. The Stamparatus is built for batch stamping with more than one plate, both attached at the same time. Everything else was a clean inking up with Beautiful Friendship images (rose and splatter stamp) done free-hand.
Question: what kind of stamps can you use with the Stamparatus?
Answer: Anything! Any kind of stamp and on any of the four surfaces of the two plates!
The Stamparatus has two re-positionable/removable plates, and both sides will hold any kind of stamp, unlike another positioning tool I’ve seen. This means that if you wanted to mount four different stamps to get more of your project identical, you could. For instance, placing the sentiment in the same place every time.
Here’s a video to see this tool in action: HERE