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After using the Stamp-a-ma-jig in my video yesterday,I had quite a few emails asking if I would show how to use it, especially with the vellum. So here ya go.
Added since original post: The Hey There stamp comes clear mount, and you will get a clear block in your kit, but I prefer wood so I permanently stuck it on an extra wood block I had. If you stamp using the clear mount method, you would need to make a new imaging sheet master each time, because you would never mount the stamp in the same place again.
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Joyce Spear says
Hi, Di! A thought occurred to me that you might want to share: The vellum idea is GREAT, but it only works when using wood mounted stamps since when you use the clear mounts the rubber hardly ever winds up in exactly the same spot each time you re-mount it. Those of us who use the acrylic mounts are pretty much stuck with the plastic imaging sheet. There is definitely an advantage to the wood mounts!
Germaine Meilach says
That was just great. Tat is a one advantage of using the wood blocks. The image is permanent, but if you are using clear it's a different story.
Laila Maisha says
Love the vellum idea, so practical.
You rock, thanks for sharing.
Sue G. says
GREAT video!! I have been a demonstrator for over 4 yrs and never ordered the Stampamajig cause I was afraid I wouldn't know how to use it well enough to teach it. After watching your video, I'm ordering one today!! Thanks again!!
Gail Cook says
Di, I LOVE your videos with your comments typed in . . . I always wondered how to use the stamp-a-ma-jig . . . My question is does it work with cling stamps? We (actually I) don't always have them in the same position each time I place them on a clear block. Hmmmm.