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Stamparatus Question

Nola Burkhard
I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block.  Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!
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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Question

SchroderL

Nola

It doesnt really make the Stampamajig obsolete as you'd still use this for lining up wood mount stamps.  It's designed to use with the clear mount and photopolymer.  If you watch the video's and Sara's presentation from On Stage you'll see the benefits of the Stamparatus :) 

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block.  Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Question

mudmaven
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If you have senior customers or any that are "horizontally challenged," this tool will make stamping fun for them again.  The clear mount stamps can be stamped without any of those "shadows" from the edges of the rubber that make my ladies fume and ask for more paper.  The Stamparatus is much more versatile than the others currently on the market and I think the $$ are so very worth it when my ladies are having fun instead of being frustrated.

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block.  Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Question

Carol Hodson
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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about!  I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they  don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different?  I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.  

Carol Hodson
Washington State


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On Nov 19, 2017, at 2:59 PM, SUDSOL [Nola Burkhard] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n39373h97@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block.  Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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RE: Stamparatus Question

Cindy McCool
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SU’s “clear” red rubber cling stamps do not cling well to the MISTI if you put the labels on them. I  used to put a bit of adhesive on my SU red rubber cling stamps so I could get good cling, but got tired of always having to prep them before I could confidentially with clear blocks. So now I don’t put the labels on them and can use them right away (but I really prefer the labels). So, bottom line, they act the same on my  MISTI so I’m thinking they will they will act the same on the new Stamparatus (although I’ve not seen it hands on yet). I honestly cannot understand why SU hasn’t figured out this cling issue with their labels as plenty of other manufactures have red rubber cling options that actually cling. Maybe they are working on it.

 

As far as the apparatus I really, really want it because it will work well with 2 step stamps where you won’t have to reposition your paper between steps. I’ve had great success by owning 2 MISTI’s for these 2 step stamps but you still have to line it up and move between fixtures which increases the error factor.

 

The Stamp-a-ma-jig was a good start on a stamp positioner but the Stamparatus is so much more improved. Once you get your hands on a fixture like this you will wonder how you ever made quality cards before. As others have mentioned, you get clear, crisp images and no shadow of the edge of the rubber because you don’t have to press that hard as you can go over & over as many times as you want to get good cover. In my opinion, it is well worth the money. Now, if I can only figure out how to reserve one before the RSVP options close out I’ll be set. I was late to the last RSVP party and it was sold out almost immediately. On 12/5 I’m supposed to be at a holiday fund raiser and can’t imagine doing the RSVP on my phone. Yikes, a challenge.

 

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block.  Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!


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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Question

Nola Burkhard
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I watched Carlie’s Viedo.

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Nola

It doesnt really make the Stampamajig obsolete as you'd still use this for lining up wood mount stamps.  It's designed to use with the clear mount and photopolymer.  If you watch the video's and Sara's presentation from On Stage you'll see the benefits of the Stamparatus :) 

Leonie Schroder
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On 20/11/2017 10:00:25 AM, SUDSOL [Nola Burkhard] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n39373h28@.nabble> wrote:

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block.  Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Question

Sara Levin
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Carol ~

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had.  You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place.  I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement.  One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock.  Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look:  is it in the right place; is it straight, etc.  I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process.  But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat.  My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping.  But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect.  It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp.  Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques.  Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping.  It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

Sara

PS:  Yes, I'm sold on it.

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On Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 6:32 PM, SUDSOL [Carol Hodson] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n39376h48@n7.nabble.com> wrote:
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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about!  I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they  don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different?  I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.  

Carol Hodson
Washington State


Sent from my iPhone 📱

On Nov 19, 2017, at 2:59 PM, SUDSOL [Nola Burkhard] via Product Q&As <ml%2Bs1100894n39373h97@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block.  Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Question

Maria Pobre

I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

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On Nov 20, 2017, at 10:41 AM, SUDSOL [Sara Levin] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n39379h81@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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Carol ~

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

Sara

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.

Sara Levin
@theartfulinker (Twitter)
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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

Carol Hodson
Washington State


Sent from my iPhone 📱

On Nov 19, 2017, at 2:59 PM, SUDSOL [Nola Burkhard] via Product Q&As <ml%2Bs1100894n39373h97@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Question

Robin Messenheimer

Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

Robin


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

Maria Pobre (on Guam)
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Carol ~

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

Sara

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.

Sara Levin
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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

Carol Hodson
Washington State


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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
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Maria Pobre

I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

Robin


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I agree!

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Carol ~

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

Sara

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.

Sara Levin
@theartfulinker (Twitter)
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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

Carol Hodson
Washington State


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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



On November 19, 2017, at 10:38 PM, "SUDSOL [Maria Pobre] via Product Q&As" <ml+s1100894n39388h62@.nabble> wrote:


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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

Maria Pobre (on Guam)
Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator!


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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

Robin


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

Maria Pobre (on Guam)
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Carol ~

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

Sara

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.

Sara Levin
@theartfulinker (Twitter)
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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

Carol Hodson
Washington State


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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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Nola Burkhard

Well this sure makes me think twice about ordering it!!!


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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

Maria Pobre (on Guam)
Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator!


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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

Robin


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

Maria Pobre (on Guam)
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Carol ~

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

Sara

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.

Sara Levin
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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

Carol Hodson
Washington State


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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
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Not to change anyone's mind.  But, you do have to use magnets with the platform to hold the paper in place.   I applaud your expertise with the stamp a ma jig!  That's a tool I have not mastered.

Sara

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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



On November 19, 2017, at 10:38 PM, "SUDSOL [Maria Pobre] via Product Q&As" <ml+s1100894n39388h62@.nabble> wrote:


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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

Maria Pobre (on Guam)
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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

Robin


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

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Carol ~

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

Sara

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.

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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

Carol Hodson
Washington State


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On Nov 19, 2017, at 2:59 PM, SUDSOL [Nola Burkhard] via Product Q&As <ml%2Bs1100894n39373h97@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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One of my downline members has this same issue, but I do not. Could it have to do with where you are placing the magnets? I’ve found if I place them on the edge of the cardstock that is away from the hinge then I don’t have a problem. Another option would be to add another magnet.

That said, everyone has their favorites! 😊

Happy Stampin'~

Maria Pobre (on Guam)
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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



On November 19, 2017, at 10:38 PM, "SUDSOL [Maria Pobre] via Product Q&As" <ml+s1100894n39388h62@.nabble> wrote:


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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

Maria Pobre (on Guam)
Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator!


On Nov 20, 2017, at 12:54 PM, SUDSOL [Robin Messenheimer] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n39382h74@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

Robin


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I agree!

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On Nov 20, 2017, at 10:41 AM, SUDSOL [Sara Levin] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n39379h81@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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Carol ~

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

Sara

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.

Sara Levin
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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

Carol Hodson
Washington State


Sent from my iPhone 📱

On Nov 19, 2017, at 2:59 PM, SUDSOL [Nola Burkhard] via Product Q&As <ml%2Bs1100894n39373h97@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!

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RE: SU!: Stamparatus Question

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I have used the SAMJ for many years, sometimes with success and sometimes not.  You are fortunate and very skilled to get excellent results every time and I’m glad the tool works for you.

I have never had the issues you mention with the MISTI, mainly because of the magnets.  The Stamaparatus magnets are oblong, not round, which gives it more surface to hold your paper in place.  That said, I have never had a problem with paper moving with my MISTI.

If you have customers,  buying a Stamparatus  and letting them use it will sell them on this amazing tool.  By using my MISTI to illustrate how the Stamparatus works I already have customers who are ready to buy it when they can.  Yay!

Donna Bagwell

 

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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

 

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

 

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

 

Robin

 


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Carol ~

 

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

 

Sara

 

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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

 

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

 

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

 

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
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RE: SU!: Stamparatus Question

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Yes, you do have to use the magnets. I introduced two people to the MISTI today (with the message that Stampin’ Up!’s is better and less expensive) and had to show how to use the magnets AND place the paper in a corner spot. The MISTI has some additions as far as corner spots go, and I have those. But I won’t be demonstrating them as I don’t think SU!’s will have them. Won’t need them, actually.

 

One customer overcleaned her stamp (is that possible?) and it did stick to the cardstock and pull it up. But I showed her how to replace it into the same corner spot and everything worked out perfectly. What she was doing was restamping where the ink hadn’t completely covered the image. They are now so ready for the Stamparatus!

 

I’ve been using the MISTIs since they came out and, as with many products, there is a learning curve. But it’s so worth it!

 

Robin

 

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Not to change anyone's mind. But, you do have to use magnets with the platform to hold the paper in place. I applaud your expertise with the stamp a ma jig! That's a tool I have not mastered.

 

Sara


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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot. I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples.

 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

 

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

 

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus. Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

 

Robin

 


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Carol ~

 

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

 

Sara

 

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.


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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

 

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

 

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

 

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
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RE: SU!: Stamparatus Question

Robin Messenheimer
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Right on, Donna!

 

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I have used the SAMJ for many years, sometimes with success and sometimes not. You are fortunate and very skilled to get excellent results every time and I’m glad the tool works for you.

I have never had the issues you mention with the MISTI, mainly because of the magnets. The Stamaparatus magnets are oblong, not round, which gives it more surface to hold your paper in place. That said, I have never had a problem with paper moving with my MISTI.

If you have customers, buying a Stamparatus and letting them use it will sell them on this amazing tool. By using my MISTI to illustrate how the Stamparatus works I already have customers who are ready to buy it when they can. Yay!

Donna Bagwell

 

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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



On November 19, 2017, at 10:38 PM, "SUDSOL [Maria Pobre] via Product Q&As" <ml+s1100894n39388h62@.nabble> wrote:

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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

 

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

 

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

 

Robin

 


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

 

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Carol ~

 

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

 

Sara

 

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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

 

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

 

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

 

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
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Right on, Donna!

 

Robin Messenheimer

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I have used the SAMJ for many years, sometimes with success and sometimes not. You are fortunate and very skilled to get excellent results every time and I’m glad the tool works for you.

I have never had the issues you mention with the MISTI, mainly because of the magnets. The Stamaparatus magnets are oblong, not round, which gives it more surface to hold your paper in place. That said, I have never had a problem with paper moving with my MISTI.

If you have customers, buying a Stamparatus and letting them use it will sell them on this amazing tool. By using my MISTI to illustrate how the Stamparatus works I already have customers who are ready to buy it when they can. Yay!

Donna Bagwell

 

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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



On November 19, 2017, at 10:38 PM, "SUDSOL [Maria Pobre] via Product Q&As" <ml+s1100894n39388h62@.nabble> wrote:

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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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On Nov 20, 2017, at 12:54 PM, SUDSOL [Robin Messenheimer] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n39382h74@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

 

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

 

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

 

Robin

 


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Carol ~

 

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

 

Sara

 

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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

 

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

 

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

 

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!


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Carol Hodson

This morning's update. Got my very first good impression but the stamp still lifted the paper EVEN WHEN USING THE MAGNETS so was wondering if anyone has purchased additional ones to use with the MISTI? If you have, where did you purchase them? I would really like to get oblong ones because then the cardstock will be held down more securely.

Carol Hodson
Pacific Northwest



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Right on, Donna!

 

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I have used the SAMJ for many years, sometimes with success and sometimes not. You are fortunate and very skilled to get excellent results every time and I’m glad the tool works for you.

I have never had the issues you mention with the MISTI, mainly because of the magnets. The Stamaparatus magnets are oblong, not round, which gives it more surface to hold your paper in place. That said, I have never had a problem with paper moving with my MISTI.

If you have customers, buying a Stamparatus and letting them use it will sell them on this amazing tool. By using my MISTI to illustrate how the Stamparatus works I already have customers who are ready to buy it when they can. Yay!

Donna Bagwell

 

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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

 

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

 

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

 

Robin

 


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Carol ~

 

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

 

Sara

 

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.


Sara Levin

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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

 

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

 

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

 

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

Sent from my iPhone 📱


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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!


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Re: SU!: Stamparatus Question

Robin Messenheimer
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There are angle and bracket forms called Creative Corners. They allow me to do things such as line stamps up in the middle of the MISTI, stamp at angles and restamp at the same angle, and position paper for larger stamps. I mostly use the lining up part.

Iliana has a video on them. https://youtu.be/jXJcEuz1lCU

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Right on, Donna!

 

Robin Messenheimer

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I have used the SAMJ for many years, sometimes with success and sometimes not. You are fortunate and very skilled to get excellent results every time and I’m glad the tool works for you.

I have never had the issues you mention with the MISTI, mainly because of the magnets. The Stamaparatus magnets are oblong, not round, which gives it more surface to hold your paper in place. That said, I have never had a problem with paper moving with my MISTI.

If you have customers, buying a Stamparatus and letting them use it will sell them on this amazing tool. By using my MISTI to illustrate how the Stamparatus works I already have customers who are ready to buy it when they can. Yay!

Donna Bagwell

 

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Well, I gave my MISTI another try today but came to the same conclusion that I do NOT like it and still will not be buying the Stamparatus! Even though I position the paper in the corner of the baseplate, when the paper moves when lifting off the acrylic pad, I was unable to put the paper exactly where it was before and the MISTI stamped the wrong spot.  I am tired of wasting paper and will be going back to using my stampamajig! I really think I can do the same job by visually lining it up usually myself so why change what has worked for years?!
#thestampamajigisntjustforwoodenstamps



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I also position my cardstock in the corner for easy repositioning in the event it shifts.

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator!

 


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Right now I have 4 MISTIs, 2 regular and 2 minis. I use them all the time, and usually run 2 or more at the same time if I'm doing multiple steps for multiple cards (card set gifts, swaps, etc.) I'm particularly thrilled with being able to use one tool rather than multiples. 

 

When using photopolymer stamps for the first time, I use scrap paper and stamp several times. Then I clean the stamps and they seem to work better. I definitely rely on my magnets to keep my cardstock in place. I also always place the cardstock in a corner in case it gets moved. I can put it back in exactly the right place.

 

I don't put labels on my rubber stamps.

 

I've only ever used my MISTI in a class for a customer with an essential tremor. She's thrilled to be able to stamp. I can hardly wait to let my other customers use them when I tell them about the Stamparatus.  Can't wait until whenever I get my hands on one.

 

Robin

 


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I agree!

Happy Stampin'~

 

Maria Pobre (on Guam)

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Carol ~

 

Just answering a couple of points/questions you had. You can definitely cut the paper down to size to use it in the Stamparatus. The magnets included with it are used to hold the paper in place. I cover my cardstock with a piece of window sheet while figuring out my stamp placement. One, it will keep a photopolymer stamp from sticking to the cardstock. Two and more important to me, I can trial stamp it on the window sheet with my cardstock underneath and see how it will look: is it in the right place; is it straight, etc. I clean my stamps with a wipe, shammie, damp paper towel -- whatever works while I'm in process. But! with the removable hinged plates, I can use stamp cleaner and a scrub mat. My personal opinion is that this does not replace blocks for most stamping. But, it's perfect for adding that sentiment to a card front (when the rest of the card is finished) with no worries that it won't be perfect. It's also perfect for intensifying a color through multiple inkings or getting a perfect stamped image from that large image or a troublesome stamp. Then there's two or more step stamping, mass production, special techniques. Those with a hand tremor or little strength will find it brings joy into their stamping. It's not for everyone or every kind of stamping but...it's still pretty awesome.

 

Sara

 

PS: Yes, I'm sold on it.


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Posted the following on FB earlier ago this afternoon:

 

OK ... since I won't be getting a Stamparatus (well maybe) for quite some time, decided to get a Misti to see what all the hype was about! I have to say that it definitely is NOT for me and I really prefer a stampamajig to accurately position layered stamps! What can you put onto photopolymer stamps so they stamp so they don't stick to the paper fast moving it where you have to start all over again?! Another question, what do you use to clean the ink off the stamps before lifting them off of the acrylic top? The only thing I could think of using is a baby wipe. Don't know if I'll ever get used to using it but I guess only time will tell. Is the Stamparatus any different? I know it has to acrylic plates on it and you can move it up-and-down besides but don't you still have to use a larger piece of paper and then cut it down to size? For all the preparations that I do getting everything ready for my classes, this won't work as I cut everything down to the exact size that it is needed in the cards! If anyone has any suggestions, I look forward to hearing them but right now it's a definite that I won't be getting it.

 

Really hope Stampin’ Up! never gets rid of the Stampamajig as an accessory but will still use it even if they do!

 

Don't put the stickers on your clear mount & they will stick better. Also wash them in warm sudsy water once in awhile yo keep them clean & “tacky”.

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

Sent from my iPhone 📱


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I KNOW - I'm way behind!
I am guessing this tool makes the Stamp-Ma-Jig obsoulte (SP?). Seems that it would do exactly or almost exactly what that tool did for us, plus a whole lot more.

Also, I live in a very dry climate (AZ!) and have found that I there are lots of times I have to put a bit of adhesive on my clear blocks when stamping to make the stamp stay on the block. Those of you that have this tool, have you ever had to do this with the plates?

I am not SOLD on it yet - $50 is quite a bit for me to spend, but I am beginning to see the advantages of getting it.

Thanks, Nola
Inkonmypaws, neverenoughtimeonmyhands!


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