Stamp School #8! Scoring, Reinking and using a Stamp Positioner!

Hi friends! Today in stamp school I will answer some of your questions and show you some basics that we have not covered yet:

  1. How to Re-ink an inkpad.
  2. How to score cardstock before folding.
  3. How to use a stamp positioner and how to make one with Legos!
  4. 4. How to draw a banner and sentiment.

Video! We will also color a sock monkey, yay!

Let me know if you have any questions you would like answered in stamp school, I can’t believe we have completed 8 weeks so far. I plan on branching out with now other supplies so you can see if they are something you want to add, like embossing powder, regular colored pencils and alcohol markers. I will also give options for the materials we have been using as well. Let me know if you have any suggestions! Happy crafting!

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21 Responses

  1. When I see a sock monkey I think of Carol Duvall. I loved watching her on HGTV. Very cut card.

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    • Me, too! I had never seen a sock monkey until Carol Duvall. She got me excited about many crafts.

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  2. Always enjoy your video! Thank you for the great tips and sharing! Hugs Liz x

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  3. Thanks for the reminders on what and how to do to make stamping quicker and easier. Love the extra tips for scoring and inking.

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  4. I am really enjoying stamp school. Although I’ve been stamping for quite a while I always seem to learn something new from your videos.

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  5. Great video! Thanks foe sharing. On another note, I have made a few sock monkeys in my time and followed Carol Duval. The body of the monkeys were always grey and the end of the arms, tail and legs were done in red and his mouth also.

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  6. thanks, great tips………. back to basics is always good. I have one of those jigs in my drawer and have never used it.

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  7. You are such a treasureful of knowledge and thank you so much for sharing it with us so freely

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  8. Great Tutorial! Lindsay 🙂 Stamp School is awesome too
    Gracie from fb!
    🙂

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  9. Lindsay, if you don’t have a blender pen, can you use a stump and glycerine or glycerine/water? I will order the Dove, but I’d like to try blending on something I need sooner. Thanks for this series!

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  10. Can you do one on sure cuts a lot, that type of software. I know ,you are the frugal crafter, and it doesnt sound like getting a cricut is cost effective, but when I look at all of the dies and stamps I could pirchase, perhaps it would be more economical to have a cricut like machine. SVG files confuse me!

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  11. Thanks so much for sharing with us……….I find it so useful…..x

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  12. Love these tutorials. Always learn something. Thanks Lindsay.

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  13. I like the monkey he’s cute Aww!
    You always make wonderful Cards, thanks for your lovely comments on you tube1 I think your so amazing at art/craft Lindsay!
    U should be on the television 🙂
    -Gracie from fb

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  14. Thanks for all the tips and I love your card. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

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  15. Love these Lindsay. Always learn something new.

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  16. I love watching your stamp school videos!! Their so easy to follow I don’t feel loss when am watching them.

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  17. Thanks for a great tutorial, Lindsay. I found the reinking part especially helpful because when I’ve done it in the past it’s never really lasted and I thought the whole thing was a rip-off but I wasn’t putting enough ink on.

    Shoshi

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  18. Somewhere along the line can you do something on stamping on things other than paper. Wood and fabric for instance.

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  19. Stamp positioner is one of my most fav. tools! Have it for years, ever since the same one on the video came out! By the way, Lindsey, nobody can draw the banner like you, and that’s why the stamps like that are sold. You are a true artist! 🙂

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  20. Darling monkey! I love to watch you draw too. You don’t labor at it like I do!

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