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Monday, 9 May 2016

Multi Step Stamping With STAMPOHOLIC

Hi Friends!!!
Today I want to introduce you to SARAH ELLIOT of  .

She is a wonderful  crafter and a more wonderful person from Ontario, Canada . She will be doing a 6 videos series on STAMPOHOLIC for us. When I requested her she immediately agreed to it. Thanks Sarah and what a wonderful start she has given us.

Over to Sarah.

Hi! I am Sarah, I live in London, Ontario. Married with two kids and work full time as an insurance underwriter on the side ? I spend most of my spare time with my family and in my craft room. I started blogging to share my passion for paper crafting which has turned into so much more. I love altering projects, making cards and even mixed media.

Today I would like to share the first of my projects for the Stampoholic tool from Die Cuts and More.

This tool can come in handy when you are trying to perfectly position sentiments or other stamps and great for when you are not always able to get a perfect impression on your first try.  The paper and stamp stay in the same position so that you can stamp over and over.  But I would like to share some other uses for this tool.

The first project that I have to share is this "Lovely" Anniversary card.  I want to share how you can position your multi-layered stamps so that you can use them over and over again to make more than one image without having to place the stamps every time, which can take a lot of time and patience.

You will need a stamp set that has layers to the image and co-ordinating inks to stamp the layers in.  I am using the Vintage Roses stamp set from Altenew and Stampin Up Inks.

This is a very hard process to explain so please check out the video attached.  Below is a photo of what the stamps will look like after you have gone through placing and stamping for your first image.  Once they are all in place you can just put in a piece of paper and ink up the stamps one corner at a time to stamp as many images as you want.

Hope you enjoy the video and get inspired to make many great projects.  But before you go Die Cuts and More is having a give away, at the end of this 6 Video series there will be a draw and you can win a Stampoholic Nano of your very own.  Please see the rules below.

Stampoholic Nano Giveaway

1. Must be a subscriber to Die Cuts and More on YouTube.

2. Must be a subscriber to ME on YouTube.

3. Join the Stampoholic Fans Facebook Group and Like the Stampoholic Shop on Facebook.

4. Leave a comment on this post.

Good Luck and Happy Papercrafting!


  1. Kathy Harnish5/09/2016 11:37 pm

    Love the explanation and directions, just need it centered to see it better.
    Thanks so much,

  2. Billye Vitagliano5/09/2016 11:41 pm

    Love this series! Thank you!

  3. Thanks for the tips and the video, great job, Sarah...from another Ontarion!

  4. Michelle Borsack5/10/2016 12:30 am

    I'm a follower and subscriber to all ...(FB..YouTube etc) and am a big fan of DCAM..I'm looking forward following along with your upcoming videos!
    Loved todays episode!
    and Love this wonderful NANO giveaway!

  5. Michelle Borsack5/10/2016 12:31 am

    sorry...typo in the prior comment...correct email is :)

  6. susan a Lorio5/10/2016 12:43 am

    love the videos, very inspiring. would love to win this. thanks!

  7. Thank you for sharing this! I love my Stampoholic tool and I can't wait to try this!

  8. Beautifully done card and video.

  9. Georgiana Owens5/10/2016 2:07 am

    Would love to win. The nano seems to work fantastic.

  10. I'm new to stamping.. Just a beginner..
    It was a great learning.. Looking forward for upcoming videos.. :)
    Thank you for coming up with this series of tutorials :)

  11. Anushree vaish5/10/2016 5:23 am

    Amazing tool i must say,nice video, very inspiring. and explained well,would love to win this for my 5 year old daughter who just loves stamping,all fingers crossed..... thanks!

  12. Peggy Donovan5/10/2016 6:35 am

    I can see from your video that the Stampoholic is one of those tools that quickly goes from "gee that looks interesting" to "I can't live without this thing"...thanks for the demo...I've now got a Stampoholic at the top of my wish list...big hugs~Peggy

  13. Enjoyed the video , thanks for the tips

  14. Great video! Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to see the next one! :-)

  15. Brandi Rubio5/10/2016 12:09 pm

    Very interesting ideas and live your videos!!! Thank you for the giveaway! Really hoping to win :)

  16. Lynne Williams5/10/2016 12:55 pm

    I have been a subscriber of Sarah's for quite awhile now and love her cards, tutorials and her! I had not heard of this brand of stamping tool prior to Sarah's initial video of the unboxing. This is an awesome giveaway and am looking forward to Sarah's next 5 videos in this series. Thanks again!


  17. Great tip with the acetate. Thank you for the video. Thank you so much too for the giveaway.

  18. That an awesome trick :) Thanks for sharing, and thanks for the give away too :)

  19. Priyanka priya5/10/2016 5:38 pm

    Thanks for sharing the video!!

  20. Priyanka priya5/10/2016 5:39 pm

    Thanks for sharing

  21. Your card is gorgeous. I love multi step stamping and this technique makes it so much easier and more precise.

  22. So handy for layering stamps & an absolute saver for sentiments!

  23. Layered stamps seem to be the in thing now , this tool makes it so much easier . LOVE IT !!

  24. I really enjoyed this and look forward to the rest of the series! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  25. Great video. Never would have thought to do this. It's so obvious really! Lol!
    Kathleen Mc xx

  26. Awesome demo, thank you so very much!

  27. This is such a great tool. It looks well made and I love the color.

  28. I found episode 1...yeah! Love the stampoholic and can't wait to use one. Will be so much easier on my arthritic hands.

  29. wow love love this new tool and your videos showing the different uses for it, thank you for sharing them!

  30. Great tips and I love your card. Thank you for sharing.

  31. Sarah Elliot and Die Cuts and More... Would love to see you both with NANO more and more...!!!
    Stampoholic makes layering stamps so much fun, it makes topsy turvy sentiments reversable so easily to straighten out once and for all!
    Amazing video with very easy to follow instructions!

  32. Donna Wright7/18/2016 6:10 pm

    This looks like a must have for the craft room. Great video!

  33. It's very nice Sarah ma'am you are a good teacher ryt now for me
    . And I love To work with tampoholic want to buy one and try it's magic...

    Thank you!!

  34. 6:36 pm

    Great video series. Thankyou, one of the best tools ever invented!!

  35. this tool is the best thing on the market, great job!!!

  36. The series is an amazing way to guide stamping beginner. Just makes it so much more easy ! Stampoholic is a must tool for every stamper.. Thanks for hosting a giveaway.. Hope to win.. Fingers crossed ;) And Kudos! To the efforts you have taken for making this series.. Love them..♡♡♡

    Priya Thakur :)

  37. I love your videos! Very easy to follow and you're definitely inspiring me! Thank you!


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