I get asked a lot how I isolate images on a stamp using an ink pad and I have created a quick video tutorial showing you how to do just that.

I first created my card using the For the Birds stamp set from Stampin' Up! and I went with the wagon image.  I did not want the words, just the image.  But then I only wanted part of the wagon image on the inside of my card and that is where the tip comes into play.

Here is my How to Isolate Images on Your Stamps Video Tutorial:


My completed card looks like this:

How to Isolate Images on Stamps, Video Tutorial, Stampin' Up!Stampin' Up! Stamps:  For the Birds (wm:  126405  cm:  126407)

Stampin' Up! Ink:  Black Staz-On (101406)

Stampin' Up! Cardstock:  Certainly Celery (105125), Very Vanilla (101650), Daffodil Delight (119683)

Stampin' Up! Accessories:  Stamp-a-ma-Jig (101049), Regal Rose 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon (122965), Big Shot (113439), Houndsooth Embossing Folder (123134), Tasteful Trim Die (120893), Watercolor Paper (122959), Watercolor Crayons (119805, 119802 & 119804), Aqua Painters (103954), Cotton Ribbon (127844), 10 Second Bow Maker

How to Isolate Images on Stamps, Video Tutorial, Stampin' Up!And here is the inside where I used this trick: 

To order any of the supplies so that you can re-create this card, click on the item numbers above or, click here for my online store and simply enter the item numbers in the search bar on the left hand side.

And now you know my favorite tip for how to isolate images on your stamps after seeing this quick video tutorial!

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