I thought I’d share several of the manufacturing processes that Stampin’ Up! uses and Sara Douglass (our CEO) has shared with us. This first one shows us how Stampin’ Up! makes our rubber stamps. I was amazed at the automated process that goes into producing, cutting, and packaging all our wonderful stamp sets. I hope you too enjoy it.
What about our ink pads, ever wonder how they are produced? I have! This is a short clip for just one Stampin’ Up! color. I couldn’t find the video that showed how they ink up the pads before getting to this step in the ink pad production, but still an interesting process.
And what about our wonderful cardstock paper? It starts out as HUGE sheets of paper that are cut down to our 8-1/2″ x 11″ papers. This video is a little over 10 minutes, but well worth watching the entire process. Absolutely fascinating!
And Stampin’ Up! just had their annual 24-hour stamp set sale last week. Here’s Sara explaining the automated system for filling the shipping boxes with our orders! So cool! I’m always fascinated by how the automated process works to make our Stampin’ Up! products and get them to us. Have you seen other videos about the processes Stampin’ Up! uses? Let us know!
I always wondered how they filled our orders so efficiently and got them out to us! I hope you enjoyed seeing these short clips as much as I did! Back to card making for me!
Thanks for stopping by today. If you don’t have a demonstrator, I’d love to be yours. Just hop on over to my site to shop. Meanwhile, hugs to all of you. Happy Stamping!