Stampin’ Up! Stamparatus – a new precise positioning tool

Going to Onstage is such a fantastic time – reuniting with old friends and making new ones. You get the new upcoming catalogs (the oohs and aaahs for all the new products 🙂 ).  One item that I saw at Onstage that blew me away was the Stamparatus.  Oh my goodness…it is a must have tool!!!
The Stamparatus will change the way you stamp, and before long, you’ll wonder how you crafted without it!
stamparatusHere is a quick video showing how this awesome tool works:

How do you get this tool?
With the launch of this tool, Stampin’ Up! is trying something different: testing a new reservation system. It acts like a true preorder: you reserve your spot and they guarantee shipment as soon as the product arrives in the warehouse.
The global launch will feature three reservation windows. For each window, please note the following:

**Reservation quantities are while supplies last.
          **Limit is 1 tool per customer per reservation window. 
          **You may participate in multiple reservation windows.
reservation windows
In order to reserve your Stamparatus, you are required to provide your credit card information.
Credit cards will not be charged until the Stamparatus ships from the facility. When you close your order, be sure to verify that your credit card and shipping information is correct.
To reserve yours, you will need to create an account (if you don’t already have one)You can create an account here

account window

 

 

Fill out your profile, including shipping address and credit card information.
When inventory arrives in the warehouse, Stampin’ Up! will send you an email notifying that your order is ready.  Once you finalize your payment and close your order, the system will charge your card.
Once you receive the email and your reservation has been transferred to the shopping cart – you will then be able to add items to your order.
Please do not delete the stamparatus from your order. It will not be able to be added back and you will lose your reservation.

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