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April 04, 2009



Beautiful card and excellent tutorial on masking and using the Stamp-a-ma-jig! Very well done, Christine! This will help so many people, especially if you don't like cutting out images LOL! Hugs, Cami

Sharon Caudle

WOW!!! What an awesome tutorial, Christing! Thanks sooooo much for making this and sharing it with us! Since I just started stamping, I've never tried masking because I had no idea how you would know where to place the stamp after masking. This totally cleared it up for me! I will now be getting a stampamajig!! THANK YOU!! Oh and I LOVE your card! Your coloring is gorgeous!

Kimberly O.

Thanks for a great tutorial. My SAMJ is my bestest stamping tool ever! :) I sometimes even use it with my clear stamps too.

Kimberly O.

I forgot to ask, what kind of removable adhesive do you use?


Ellen Smith


Rachel Arambula

This is absolutely adorable!!! you did a beautiful job! Thanks so much for the AWESOME tutorial!

Linda S.

Hi, I wanted to take the time to say Thank you for the great tutorial. You could not have chosen a better subject. It has always been amazing to me that such a simple couple of pieces of plastic could make my stamping life so much better. Even though I have been taught how to use the tool, it is still kind of confusing as I do not use it on a daily basis. I think it's that ole' left brain/right brain thing??? lol Well, now I can forget confusion, as I will have your tutorial printed out and close by for easy instructions and great photos. Thank you again for being so thoughtful. Linda S. in NE

Alison (UK)

What a pretty card! Great tutorial, thanks so much for posting this. I think I need to upgrade to a Stamp a ma jig!
I like to use Eclipse tape to mask as it's self adhesive and re-useable.


Great tutorial on masking! Thanks so much!

diane (cookiestamper)

Hi! This card is adorable! Thanks for your comment. To answer your question...I use the White Signo gel pen from Stampin' Up! It works really nice.

Sheila D

Great tutorial. Thanks so much!

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