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Tool Tip Thursday – Stamp-A-Ma-Jig

What do you do when you have a little piece of card stock and you go to use the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig (Item #101049) and the piece of card is too small to hold still under the jig?

Use the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig’s best friend – the post-it note!

Stick your card stock to the work surface with one or two post-it notes.  Line up your Stamp-A-Ma-Jig as you normally would – know that the card will not move because the post-it note has it secured.

This is especially useful for stamping a sentiment on a thin strip of card.

Place the post-it over the strip
Line up the positioning sheet
Place the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig over the corner of the positioning sheet
Remove the positioning sheet and stamp the image

This eliminates the need to stamp the image and then cut off excess card afterwards.

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February Scrapbook Club Pages

I’m done!!

Today was a busy one but I managed to get these pages ready for our Scrapbook Club gatherings next week!

Valentine pages using Real Red and Whisper White are stunning!  And when you add Basic Black and Silver you have super stunning, don’t you agree?

By using framelits to create layers, punches with designer paper and stamps that look like washi tape, everyone should be able to make their pages uniquely theirs!  I love the way the gals don’t feel compelled to follow my samples exactly but add their own special touch using the tools and papers available making each one special to them!!

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Wishing you a Happy Stamping Day!

Marilyn

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