Thursday, April 26, 2018

Stamparatus Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the Stamparatus Blog Hop. This is Allison Okamitsu from Canada and I'm so happy to share my Stamparatus project with you. The bloggers you'll visit today on this hop all played a part in developing the new stamp positioning tool from Stampin' Up!, called the Stamparatus. You're going to be blown away with all the techniques and ideas theses ladies have to share! 

My card uses a technique I'm calling the Round n' Round Technique to create a circular pattern. 
This bright and fun circle of hearts is much easier to create than it looks. And perfect spacing is easily achieved with the Stamparatus. 
Direct link to video: https://youtu.be/mmT5uB42e3Y

The Stamparatus will be available for purchase on June 1st, 2018. Sign up to receive an email notification from me when it's available:

You'll find a full list of supplies and a shopping list at the end of today's blog post. Don't forget that when you shop with me in my Canadian Online Stampin' Up! Store you become one of my VIP customers. Full details on how to join the VIPs HERE. You'll also get the All Star Tutorial Bundle FREE from me when you purchase $50 or more using the monthly host code. 

Enjoy today's blog hop and all the tips and techniques these talented stampers have to share.

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31 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh Allison, you just blew my mind! Love it!!

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  2. You're a fabulous teacher! Great video and what a fun technique. :) Thanks for sharing this great card, Allison.

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  3. Allison, you are so amazing...Thanks for the great info, template, idea and inspiration!

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  4. Such a fun card and what a great technique. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Such a fabulous technique Allison! Can't wait to try it out! Thank you. xxx

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  6. Beautiful card Allison ! I love it and this technique seems so fun !

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  7. This is amazing. Truly, I didn´t know before, how that with the circle stamping works. Your card is so lovely. Thanks for sharing my friend. See you on cruise.
    Hugs Tanja

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  8. Brilliant! I can't wait to try this! Super cute Allison!

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  9. Love this technique. I will make a template for sure! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. OMG! Love love love this! What a great idea and so simple! Thanks!!

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  11. it's a very great technique ! thank you so much for sharing with us !
    I love it

    Aude

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  12. Thanks for sharing this wonderful idea

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  13. Amazing!!! I love your rainbow-hearts and this technique is so cool! Thank you for sharing and your greate Video!

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  14. You know I am a techniques girl Allison, so you know I HAVE to try this fabulous Round N Round technique, and soon! Love it and you xxx

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  15. Love your technique for the Stamparatus!! Totally gonna try that one out!

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  16. Cute project and fun technique!

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  17. Super-cute card, and fabulous technique! Thanks for the clear instructions, Allison.

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  18. Brilliant! Thank you so much. I can’t wait to try this out.

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  19. great card AND great job on the video tutorial Allison! what aa fun way2do it with that template.

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  20. Love your circle of hearts card - great way to use the template!!

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  21. Fantastic technique... I'll definitely be using this one! Thank you!

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  22. Such a great technique and a wonderful card!

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  23. Love this card - and technique - so much! Thank you for sharing!!

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  24. Wow. Just stumbled upon this blog hop featuring the stamparatus. Love, love, love your rainbow heart card and the clarity in which you described how you made it.

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  25. Thanks for the great technique video using the Stamparatus, Alison. The wreath builder technique really shows off the benefits.
    Di :)

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  26. Wow this card is so beautiful, love the card! Have to try this :-)

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