It was harder to take pictures of the Stamp-a-majig in action than I thought. But I did the best I could. Hopefully, you will learn something!
The black positioner has two sides you can position with. This is really good for the left-handed stamper!
After stamping the "underneath" images, I line up the outline image I stamped on the imaging sheet. I am being very careful where I put the outline image because I want my two step stamping to line up just right! Once I have things lined up, I place my stamp positioner against the corner of my imaging sheet. This is where I will stamp my image using the positioner to get it in the right spot. Clear as mud?
I am lining up the outline stamp here! I used a darker color of ink for the outline. I used the imaging sheet to line up the outline stamp for all three images. The Stamp Positioner has grippers on the bottom so it doesn't move. Very handy!
Here is my completed card. What do you think? Aren't you impressed by how nicely the two step stamping looks? LOL The Stamp-a-majig requires a couple of extra steps but I am finding it just a little addicting! I hate it when I am almost done with a card and I have to stamp again because I stamped crooked, don't you?
The stamp set I used is called Polka Dots and Paisley. It is the set I received from Shelli Gardner, owner of Stampin' Up!, as a Christmas gift. Nice, huh? I love getting FREE stamps!
I used the Key Tag punch and the Horizontal Slot punch (mini word window) to make that buckle looking thingy! I got this idea from a card on SCS by Debbie Olson.
Supplies Used: Polka Dots and Paisley, Happy for Stamp sets; Perfect Plum, Pale Plum, Sage Shadow, Shimmery White & Enchante' Cardstock; Perfect Plum, Pale Plum, Sage Shadow Classic Ink; Key Tag punch, horizontal slot punch, twill tape, Stamp-a-majig.