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Old 08-08-2012, 03:54 AM   #14
lharnish
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Originally Posted by Iworktostamp View Post
I guess im stuck using the stamp positioner. My big shot has to have the die facing up so the paper would cover it. Thanks for the suggestions tho
There is no rule saying the die has to go up or down so long as it is properly sandwiched between the cutting plates. Use it whichever way works best. For me, I like to see the die with the cutting side facing down so I can see where it sits on the paper and just what I am cutting out.

There is also a good video on the Heartfelt Creations website showing how to do this without a stamp positioner. It is a little tedious but if you keep the template for future use, it saves time in the end.

Heartfelt Creations - Matching the Stamps & Dies - YouTube

Hope this helps.
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