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Old 07-04-2007, 09:51 PM   #1  
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Is it worth buying? It's not expensive or anything, but if it's not really worth it, i'll have $17 (CDN) to spend on stamps or cardstock
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Definately worth buying!! I put off buying one for months and then decided to get one. I wouldn't be without it now and reckon that you should buy one when you buy your first stamp!

Love it, love it, love it!!!!!!
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Yes, I use mine all the time. Once you get use to using it, you will be using it all the time.

Some of the uses include seeing that your words/sayings are staight before you stamp them on your card. Helping to line up your two step stamps, if you are a person that wants them as close to perfect as you can get. Or adding a special touch to a stamped image, such as having an animal wear a graduation cap and hold a diploma.

You can also use it to see if you want to add one last image to your card before you actually stamp it.
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Thanks for the tips on uses for the stamp a ma jig. I bought one a few months ago but haven't opened the package yet.
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Definately...It's sooo easy to use. I bought one and didn't use it for like 6 months, now as I stamp more, I find myself going to grab it more and more.

I also realized how bad I am at lining up and mounting my stamps...
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I can't get the "whipped cream" positioned correctly on my Like it a Latte cup without it!
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For certain stamp sets, as well as creating words/scrapbook titles with my alphabet sets, I couldn't live without mine! Once you get it and use it, it will beome one of those tools where you wonder how you went so long without one!
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I consider this a must-have for stamping!
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It is an awesome tool!

Whenever I use it, I stamp on vellum and not the plastic that comes with it. I keep that vellum piece in the stamp case to use again and again...
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Heard the hype, bought it, didn't use it, sold it. Still read the hype, bought it AGAIN and STILL don't use it. Why can't I get on this bandwagon? It just seems like it is more trouble than it is worth. I am usually a total "gadget" freak but I am just not feelin' the love for this one.
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I love my SAMJ! I bought it along with my first stamp set. I use it ALL THE TIME. If I want to line things up straight, I pull it out. It does take some getting used to, but not long. It makes everything look more exact or purposely off centered.
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You can also use it to see if you want to add one last image to your card before you actually stamp it.
That's a great tip. Thanks! I just got one because I hate not being able to line things up. I really like it.
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Whenever I use it, I stamp on vellum and not the plastic that comes with it. I keep that vellum piece in the stamp case to use again and again...
Oh my! What a great idea! I am definitely going to be doing this! I am another SAMJ 'lover' and won't stamp without it!
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I use mine all the time. My friend who is a great stamper (dirty dozen material type gal) Never uses hers. I bet she's used it once.

Me, I'm always using it!
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Heard the hype, bought it, didn't use it, sold it. Still read the hype, bought it AGAIN and STILL don't use it. Why can't I get on this bandwagon? It just seems like it is more trouble than it is worth. I am usually a total "gadget" freak but I am just not feelin' the love for this one.
Have you tried using it? If not, try it out. Kurtis did a great tutorial that explains how to use it.

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After seeing it on a blog, I have to say- I'm all about the Lego-majig. Much less expensive

(All you need is a right angle!)
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Can't stamp without it. Love it!
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Waited a long time to buy one. When I finally did, didn't bring it out much. Now I use it a lot. Standard stamping staple for me. I don't think I really improved that much over time but my cards look much better now - thanks to the precision I get with the Stamp a Ma Jig.
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I picked it up cheap at JoAnn's and was worried, but when I use it I love it! It is so easy and everything lines up nicely.

Check your local craft stores to see if you can get it cheaper than $17cdn.
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It's a total must-have!!!
And don't spend $17 on it. I got mine for around $4 at Michael's with a coupon.
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thanks everyone! i'll have to see if Michael's has it! And if it's cheaper, that's all the better LOL!

I was looking at Beate's blog yesterday and how she used the All In A Row stitched stamp and I don't know that I could do that without help, so that's what got me wondering about the SAMJ. I will definitely add it to my list of purchases!
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I have two. One to stay in my stamping room, and one to travel. You can also buy extra plastic sheets in a package of three for 99 cents. (Online and at my LSS.)

Definitely worth it!

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I love it. I can't believe I ever stamped without it. I use it all the time, even when I don't really need to but just to make extra special sure I want something right wherever.
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haha! I only bought it once and it sits in the drawer. I did remove it from the box. My stampers asked about it, I showed them how it worked, they said it was soo much work. I love gadgets as well, but after 11 years of stamping, I don't have much love for this one.
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I have decided I *must* have this but you can get it at Michaels and use a 40% off coupon! Only difference will be the color
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A great Stamp-a-ma-jig tutorial by krabearkub can be found here.

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Yes..Yes..Yes....once you have gotten use to it..you will use it for lots of things....(almost) no more mistakes!!......yeh!...you will love it.

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(All you need is a right angle!)

The SAMJ has a non-slip surface on the bottom which helps to keep it in position, which I NEED!
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It is an absolutely MUST in my stamping supplies. There's no way that I could get along without it.
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Love mine! I do the vellum thing and it's a great timesaver. And no more crooked sentiments, lol. I can't tell you how many cardfronts I'd ruined because the sentiment got stamped on an angle and it looked awful, but not anymore - the Stampamajig guarantees proper placement! Another thing that helps is when you stamp an image or sentiment and it didn't turn out evenly inked - with the Stampamajig in place, you can just reposition the stamp and do it again without having to worry about double lines - works like a charm!
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Love it & use (and overuse, LOL) it all the time.
I got it at Michael's with a coupon.
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Here's another tutorial on using the Stamapamjig - I didn't see why I needed one until I read this!
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Whenever I use it, I stamp on vellum and not the plastic that comes with it. I keep that vellum piece in the stamp case to use again and again...
I was going to suggest the same thing but with transparencies so you can keep them permanently.
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I had a Stamp-a-Majig that sat still in its box for a year and never opened it. I finally remembered it yesterday when I was trying to do some two-step stamping. After seeing how simple it is to use, I thought to myself WHY did I not get it out months ago! You probably won't need it every time you stamp, but it is really a useful tool when you need to get your image "just right".
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Okay, I'm convinced I need to start using mine. Does anyone know where I've put it?
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