Want to save time and money and get perfect placement with your stamparatus? You’ve come to the right place!
Today I’m sharing a super photo tip so you can make multiple cards quick and easy even when you are using a die cut element.
Let’s take a peek at the project, one of my make’n take cards from my Open House. Did you see the fall one I shared the other day, also with a fast and awesome technique?
When I asked my Facebook group VIPeeps which designer series paper they wanted me to create with first, the overwhelming choice was the Let It Snow. And it’s no wonder. Look at the fun designs and awesome colours!
So I thought if it was a hot one for my Live Crafting Classes, it would also be perfect for my Customer Appreciation.
And I wanted to make the card even more fool -roof so I set up my Stamparatus so there was no chance of errors!
Get Perfect Placement with Your Stamparatus
Here are the steps to make sure you save time and money too.
1. I cut out the same size Stitched Nested Die from a contrasting piece of Night of Navy and inserted it into my Stamparatus.
2.Then I set up my stamps so they would be centred to stamp onto the inside piece (the white one)
3. It was then a simple matter for every card maker to put her own die cut label in place and stamp with perfect placement.
So any time you have a die cut element or a punched out shape you want to stamp on, pull out your stamparatus and you’ll have no more headaches – or wasted paper – or frustrated stamping sessions!
Here’s a up-close-and-personal view of the label decorated with an adorable fussy cut hat from the DSP and the Red Rhinestones! Key-ute!
Over To You Stamper!
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I’m always so happy to have you stop in and check out my blog. I love designing items to give you a smile. And it’s even better if I can share a tip or two to make your paper crafting a little easier and fun.
Be sure to check back soon when I’ll have the next project from my Customer Appreciation and Open House to share with you! And in the meantime, why not give this technique to get perfect placement with your Stamparatus a try – and let me know how it goes?