Some stamps and dies are made so that you stamp first, then the die is basically an outline so you can line it up on the stamped image and cut it out.
Other dies are made “solid”, so you have to cut them out, then line your clear stamp on top of the die cut and stamp.
I don't always succeed in stamping the image perfectly on the die cut, but I have a tip to share with you so you can achieve perfection every single time!
Intrigued? View the video to see how to do it.
I hope this saves you frustration on your next paper crafting project.
The card I added this sweet little gingerbread lady to is simple with several layers of cardstock and patterned paper, some stitching around the smallest layer and a bit of twine.
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I'll also be linking this card up at our “A Very Trendy Holiday 2.0” Online Class. Stitching is one of the trends we looked at!