Quick crafting with Timeless Tidings & the Stamparatus

Don’t you just love having the tools to do a job.  I am working through the Timeless Tidings kit and getting the sentiments where I want them has been helped with the stamparatus.

I was lining up my stamp for the ‘merry christmas’ and really wanted the sentiment to be consistent with the cards.  The  stamparatus has saved the day, it is great help when you want to do bulk stamping.  I was stamping onto the die cuts that form part of the kit and this is a nifty trick as I used the die cut sheet as a template.

I lined up my ‘merry christmas’ onto the die cut.

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Pick the stamp up with the clear plate.

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Ink the stamp and then, stamp.

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I then took the die cut out out of the sheet, carefully as I didn’t want to move the sheet, and moved the die cut below up one.  When using the magnets, make sure you don’t get them too close, they are very strong.  I have just used the one magnet as it did the job.

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I did the same with the sentiment I wanted on the circle.  No lining up by eye each time, I simply stamped and then replaced the diet cut with the next one.

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Now I have a nice pile of stamped sentiments that took no time at all to stamp.  Just another thing, if you haven’t done a good stamp impression, simply re-ink the stamp and stamp again.

 

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