How to use a Stamp-a-ma-jig

Karyn emailed me and asked if I could do a quick tutorial on how to use a Stamp-a-ma-jig.  So here it is for Karyn and anyone else who needs a visual before deciding on whether to purchase one.

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Step 1:  Place your Imaging Sheet right into the corner of the handle.

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Step 2:  Ink up your stamp and stamp an image onto the sheet, making sure that the stamp is also right up in the corner of the handle.

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Step 3:  You now have an image on your sheet.

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Step 4:  Take your imaging sheet and place it on your cardstock, lining up the image in the position you would like your stamped image to be.  In this case I want the head on the body.

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Step 5:  Line the handle up with the edge of the imaging sheet.

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Step 6:  Remove the imaging sheet, taking care not to move the handle.

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Step 7:  Ink up the stamp again and stamp onto the card, making sure the stamp is right up in the corner of the handle.

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Step 8:  Here’s your final image ready to colour.

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TIP:  If you have All In The Family set, use the Stamp-a-ma-jig, Stazon and Vellum to make yourself  permanent imaging sheets.  It will save you alot of time.

2 thoughts on “How to use a Stamp-a-ma-jig

  1. Alisa,
    Wow the new STAMPS by mail look great, have been
    trying them out.

    Really appreciated the
    “How to use the Stamp-a-ma-jig” set out so visually.

    Now will have to give myself a few lessons on how to
    use correctly

  2. Hi Alisa, went to a workshop today and used the stamp-a-ma-jig. I have had one for awhile and now I promise I will use it so much more. Love the idea for “All in the Family” set, must do this. Thanks Marlene

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