Stamparatus 101 | Stamping on 12 x 12 Card Stock…

StampinByHannah Stamparatus 101 Stamping on 12 x 12 Card Stock…

Stampin' Up! Stamping Positioning Tool Stamparatus

Ok… so this week’s Stamparatus 101 video was inspired by a question I was asked by a viewer on YouTube; How do you stamp on 12 x 12?

I hope that the video answers the question… but I also have a fun Scrapbook page for you to!

This page came together really quickly, partly because instead of measuring and carefully cutting each layer I chose to rip the card stock and Designer Series Paper…. but also because I wanted to focus on that stamping in the background.

How to use the Stamparatus to stamp on 12 x 12 card stock with Stampin' Up!

The video tutorial shows exactly how I used the Stamparatus to create this fun stamped effect… but I used the Petal Palette Stamp set, along with two new purple tones; Gorgeous Grape and Highland Heather, to pick up on some of the purple tones in the photograph



  • Test stamp on an old piece of Designer Series Paper, or cut down Grid Paper before you stamp on your good card stocks
  • Try turning the card stock to create different looks and patterns using stamps
  • Use a mixture of stamping techniques to create depth and texture

Petal Palette Scrapbook Page video tutorial using Stampin' Up! products

I have a heap of crafty plans for tomorrow… what are you crafting this weekend?

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One Reply to “Stamparatus 101 | Stamping on 12 x 12 Card Stock…”

  1. I have to admit, I would never had thought to mix Love What you do with Nature’s Poem. They are beautiful together. I love this page! Hope you don’t mind my CASEing you? Thank you for ALL the beautiful things you share with us! I’m sorry about sending the wrong question about a project, It was Sam Donald who share that project.

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