Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Stamp-a-Ma-Jig Birthday Shadow

Hello Friends 
   Yes the gorgeous designer paper "Serene Scenery" I said it many time but will say it again this paper is NO justice in the catalog, I love all of the print in this stack so beautiful and so easy to make quick cards, the designer paper do the work for YOU. 
Today it is Wednesday and that is my normal schedule for stamp on the go so why not staying on the same schedule so for today card it is a quick one and in the video I will show you tip on how to stamp the perfect shadow, if you look at the greeting you will see the perfect shadow. The best tool for this is the Stam-a-ma-jig I know every time that I take the time to use that tool I am always happy with the result but many time I think about it after I stamp the image at the wrong place or very slanted. So in the video I will share tip on this awesome tool and you will see the card from start to finish. 
Like always if you are getting this post by e mail to get to full detail and video click HERE to get it all on my blog.  

The supplies list is bellow and here the measurement 
-Very Vanilla 11 x 4¼ score at 5½ card base 
-Early Espresso 5¼ x 4 
-serene scenery designer paper 5-1/8 x 3-7/8 and for inside a strip of 5½ x 1 

Well my friends this is it for today celebration I will be back tomorrow with another video stay tune. 
Have a lovely day!




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Don't forget to leave a comment below for a chance to win the bog candy!

  • Order of $50.00 or more before tax and shipping place on my online store HERE  with hostess code 7GJC9Q2S during this week November 3rd to the 11 will receive a gifts. It's my b-day but YOU will receive the gift.   You will get the PDF for the Z-Box Card with all measurement and for both cards plus a birthday card with a sheet of Gold Metallic Enamel Shapes. *the PDF will be send after you place your order in less then 48 hours and the b-day card with a sheet of Gold shapes at the end of the month it will be mail. 

17 comments:

  1. thank you for the tips on stamp a jig.
    wanted to let you know that I received the prize from last live you tube. thank you! really like all the papers and ribbons.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  2. This paper really looks gorgeous! Such dimension and beauty!
    Are you still enjoying your 50th. Irthday?

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  3. This paper is just beautiful and it makes cardmaking so easy. I love how you did this card and thank you for the tutorial.

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  4. I have the stamp a ma jig but never really use it. I will after your great tip. thanks.

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  5. Stam a ma jig really helps in placing sentiments...too easy without it to get things crooked.

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  6. Great tip Frenchie! I was ready to replace my Stamp-a-ma-jig with the Misti. Now I know that both tools are great to have. I never would have thought to use it for shadows. I love that Serene Scenery paper too! tfs! HAPPY BIRTHDAY! 50 Is a big Mile stone! Hugs Lori
    pepperirish@yahoo.com

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  7. love the shadow look, I need to do more of that.

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  8. I love to use the Stamp-a-ma-jig. It sure does make putting the sentiment on right. The card is so simple but oh so beautiful. Thanks for the tips you give us.

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  9. Your ideas inspire me to try techniques I never knew I could use.

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  10. A beautiful and fast way of using DSP. Sometimes you just need a card in a hurry. Thanks, France!

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  11. A beautiful and fast way of using DSP. Sometimes you just need a card in a hurry. Thanks, France!

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  12. A beautiful and fast way of using DSP. Sometimes you just need a card in a hurry. Thanks, France!

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  13. Hope you have been enjoying your birthday celebration week Frenchie!!!!

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  14. France, that paper is so peaceful to look at and the card turned out awesome...
    Thanks for the technique of the shadow....
    Happy Birthday week to you....

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  15. Thank you for celebrating your birthday with us by giving us blog candy and wonderful videos!

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  16. Love this card, and the way you showed us how to use the stamp a majig. I always have problems with it...Ann in Canada

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