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Old 09-05-2007, 07:06 AM   #1  
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I made an online tutorial of how to use the stamp-a-ma-jig. It took me two years to purchase this tool because I didn't have anyone to show me how to use it. So I thought I would share this tutorial with others.

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Old 09-06-2007, 07:13 PM   #2  
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Thanks for your tutorial. I think a lot of folks don't know how useful a Stamp-a-ma-jig really is.

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Old 09-06-2007, 08:10 PM   #3  
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This is awesome...was just at a party tonight and whenleaving we were discussing that I want to see how to use that next month...as I might consider wood mounting if it really works...this looks like a piece of cake! Thanks for sharing!!
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Thanks! I just bought one, now I know how to use it
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great tutorial.....thanks so much !.....I'm a visual kinda gal.
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I just purchased one of these. It is a great tool and I don't know how stampers can live without it! Great tutorial!
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Old 09-07-2007, 05:24 PM   #7  
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Default Stamp-a-ma-jig

Your instructions were very good----but when I copied it---parts were missing.
I work on a lap top and sometimes not all of the article prints out-----could that be my problem?
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Thank you ! I had no idea how to use this tool. Gotta have it now
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I think it is amazing how such a little thing like a stamp-ama-jig can cause such confusion! I couldn't figure out that thing for the life of me. Yet it is such a simple concept. I needed someone to show to me how as well.

I don't use it a lot, (lazy) but I am certainly glad I have it and I think all stampers should have one. For that perfectly placed sentiment! On that perfect card! We all make a few of those once in a while!
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I think I may be the only one who uses the SAMJ *upside down*. Instead of placing it at the top of the image sheet, I put it at the bottom left. Makes it much easier for me as I can assure that I'm placing the stamp snugly against the SAMJ.
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Thanks a lot!

Someone gave me one of these because they were frustrated and didn't know what to do with it. Yay!
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I've had one of these in my drawer for about 3 years, tried to use it once and told myself it was too hard to figure out. Huh.......... Well I wanted to make this card for my sons weddng shower and Ihad to pull it out and figure it out.
Piece of cake. Can't believe I left this little plastic tool get the best of me for 3 years. LOL
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Default Hi-de-Ho Stamp-a-ma-Jig experts!

I think the tutorial is fantastic and just what I wanted to show an internet friend, as I was telling her if she didn't have the stamp positioner tool, she MUST get one!!

Now the problem. For whatever reason the photos on the tutorial page are not all showing up. Most have a little red x in the upper left coner. Help!!

I know there is an awesome video out on the internet by Gina K., but now that I want to share it with someone I can't find it either!!

Help!! Any direction to a Stamp-a-ma-jig tutorial or video link that I could send my buddy would be appreciated.....

Don't you just LOVE this tool!!
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I am more and more disappointed in my SU demonstrator every day. This thing is great, I need one. Like yesterday. Thank you thank you thank you for the tutorial.
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I think I may be the only one who uses the SAMJ *upside down*. Instead of placing it at the top of the image sheet, I put it at the bottom left. Makes it much easier for me as I can assure that I'm placing the stamp snugly against the SAMJ.
Isn't that how you are supposed to use it? I've always done it that way. On the other hand ... I use my Fiskars trimmer "upside down" as well ... I have the pull-down part at the lower right.

Oh yeh ... and now all my customers do as well!
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Thanks for the great tutorial. Being SAMJ challenged for a year, I am so grateful for your clear and concise instructions.
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Subscribing, because I too haven't taken the plunge in buying this only because it looks foreign to me! This defintely made my mind up to purchase one. I want to thank you OP for doing this tutorial! You are AWESOME!!!
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