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Friday, September 7, 2012

My new best friend...the stamp-a-majig!

I have been stamping for a really long time, and using Stampin'UP! supplies for the past 13 years, I think?  I have used this tool at various stamping events, and thought, "oh how nice, you can stamp perfectly straight using this tool."  But stamping perfectly straight wasn't ever really my priority, they're hand made cards for goodness sake, they're not going to be perfect.  But, you can also use this tool to stamp perfectly crooked!  That is something I can get into!  

I thought this was a cute design that could be used as a congratulations on graduation, a new job, maybe breaking up with a deadbeat boyfriend, or as a retirement card, like I did here.  
Break free...the weekend is almost here!

  • I had some extra 8inch envelopes lying around, so my card base is 7 3/4" by 4" Daffodil Delight
  • Whisper White card stock 3 1/4" by 7 1/4"
  • 7 3/4" strip of Marina Mist card stock
  • 7 3/4" strip of Primrose Petals card stock
  • Aviary stamp set
  • Teeny Tiny wishes stamp set
  • Chocolate Chip, Gumball Green, Primrose Petals, Daffodil Delight, and Marina Mist stamp pads
  • 1/8" Early Espresso ribbon
  • 1/2" Daffodil Delight Seam Binding ribbon
  • 3/8: Gumball Green satin stitched ribbon
  • Stamp-a-majig
Baker's tip: I punched a small circle in the white cardstock where I wanted to tie my ribbons.  The ribbon pretty much hides the hole and I didn't have to use any adhesive!

1 comment:

Jenny Wood said...

Finally got on board with that eh? Such a great purchase! Love your card too!

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