Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Talking tags *new* from Stampin' Up!

Hi my Stamping friends! 

There are so many NEW products coming out at the moment! We have had our gorgeous Holiday catalogue which ends on January 31st, a new Seasonal catalogue out on the 1st February (contact me for a copy) and Sale-a-bration begins on January 22nd (Also contact me if you'd like a copy of the brochure!) But these are something new again! And available for purchase now. I think these little tags are going to be so popular! As someone with family interstate I am going to love popping these in a card in the post so the recipient will actually hear my voice when they open the card. How cool is that?! I think they will also be very popular with teens. Please read below for all the technical information and contact me if you have any questions or would like to order some Talking tags.
Happy Stamping!
Love, Claire

Talking Tag

With Talking Tag, you can send a gift that is uniquely you. Talking Tag is a message label you can attach to cards, invitations, gifts . . . anything! Personalise birthday cards, Christmas gifts or even record quick instructions for a recipe. Now your pictures really can say a thousand words!

How to send a voice message:
  1. Download the FREE TalkingTag™ App on you smartphone from, iTunes® or Google Play™.
  2. Adhere the message tag to your card or gift.
  3. Open TalkingTag™ App and scan the code.
  4. Record your message (recording starts immediately, so make sure you’re ready!).

You will have the opportunity to listen, re-record, cancel, or confirm your message after you’ve completed recording it. Each label allows up to 60 seconds of a greeting, song, or product message.

To play the message, recipients will need to download the app and scan the code. Messages are saved for two years, so they can listen to it over and over.

How to Buy Talking Tags:
Buy ‘em by the sheet! You get 10 tags for just $12.95 AU/$15.75 NZ (item 129723). Contact me to order!

Helpful Tips:
  • Adhere Talking Tag to a flat surface, otherwise the scanner can’t read the code.
  • Multiple tags can be attached to one surface, but don’t place them too close together. When scanning a message, you shouldn’t be able to see another code on the screen
  • Do not write or place any decoration over the label.
  • Talking Tag has a permanent adhesive and cannot be repositioned once attached to a surface. Attempting to remove it could tear the label, making it impossible to listen to the content.
  • A Talking Tag message label can only hold one message. Once a message is confirmed, it cannot be deleted or re-recorded

Posted by Picasa

No comments: