Product Spotlight - Take Your Pick Tool


There’s a new kid in town – and you’re going to love him! Today’s product spotlight is about the Take Your Pick tool. We’ve all been wanting, asking & waiting for just such a multipurpose tool, and it’s finally here! Have you ever had difficulty in picking up and placing small embellishments or sequins? Ever been hanging onto a sequin, only to have it go squishing out between your fingers? (I’ve found sequins in some odd places, let me tell  you!)  The struggle is real, my friend. But now we have a way to combat it!


The Take Your Pick tool is a multipurpose pickup and precision tool to simplify those meticulous tasks. One end has a tacky putty tip, that easily picks up sequins, paper accents and other small objects. The putty is dispensed by twisting the end.  The other end of the Take Your Pick tool has 2 changeable, double-ended tips. One tip has a paper piercer and mini spatula; the other has a small stylus and larger stylus.  Both ends come with a protective cap. Plus, you can also purchase a putty refill end!

Product Spotlight - Take Your Pick Tool

It also arrives in it’s own storage box!


Stampin’ Up! has created this video to show off the features and benefits of this amazing tool. Watch it below.

Did you see yesterday’s post, where I shared the cute Paper Pumpkin treat bags? I sure got lots of use from my Take Your Pick tool when putting them together!


You may have missed seeing this amazing tool in the Holiday catalogue, what with all the pretty new stamp sets & everything else! That’s why I felt that this product spotlight for the Take Your Pick tool was necessary. It’s on page 30 of the Holiday catalogue – next to the pretty pictures of the Feathers & Frost cards.  To order your Take Your Pick tool, click on the product image below. You’re going to be glad you did – and wonder how you ever managed without it!


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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

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