Review of the Brother Scan n' Cut 2 and an example of stamped images cut from card stock.
Hi everyone, I am super excited to share this review of the Hampton Art Stamp Perfect Stamp Positioning Tool. I have been wanting a stamp positioning tool, but could not justify the cost of the Misti; We R Memory Keepers makes the Precision Press, but it sold out on HSN the day it launched and I have not seen it for sale anywhere else. Finally, I found this tool and decided to order it and give it a try and I absolutely love it! It's a nice size, it feels sturdy, and I like the color. Check out the video below for a review and demonstration.
I will be doing much more with this tool because it makes stamping images so much easier! It's great for making multiples of images and even for stamping different images at once. I hope you can find this and you get a chance to up your stamping game. Until next time, happy crafting.
Hey there everybody! I am writing today about the super cool camera I just got, an instant camera. I have been eyeballing these since they can out but the price tag was a little steep for a purely fun purchase. However, I found a nice sale at my local Best Buy and decided to take the plunge...and I'm glad I did!
I wasn't sure how much film I needed, so I got 20 regular exposures and 10 rainbow border exposures. I bought more film 3 days later, not because I used it all, but I did go through 10 fairly quickly. The pictures are very cool and they are about the size of a business card. I bought an album that holds 120 photos so that I could snap all of the photos. I'm going to decorate it with some vinyl designs from my Cricut eventually too.
l really like the case too, I chose the light pink camera because I thought the other colors were heavy and the white was too plain.
You can see some of my first shots below.
Overall, I'm very happy with my purchase and I can't wait to scrap these photos. Happy crafting!
So this was my first year going to Scrapbook Expo and I got my entire life from it! There were so many booths and activities! I had no idea what I was missing but now that I have seen the crafty promised land, I am already excited about next year. There is a Mega Make & Take on Thursday night and then an all day crop on Saturday and Sunday. The shopping floor is also open on Friday & Saturday and classes are offered on those two days as well.
The side with the vendors/exhibitors had lots of product but also lots of space to move around and be comfortable.
I went with one of my coworkers and it was also her first time, so we wanted to try everything so we did a Make & Take with Fun Stamper's Journey and Richard Garay was there! We made this super cute Christmas tag and even got a free stamp.
I also spotted Quick Quotes at the expo.
I had a fantastic time and bought a bunch of amazing products that you can see in the photo below!
Expect to see some videos soon of these amazing products in action. Happy crafting!!!
I recently purchased s Silhouette Mint because I love stamping and I also make a lot of handmade cards. I have been wanting a custom stamp for a long time, but I hadn't gotten around to sending my design out to have it done. So before I ordered this, I read a ton of reviews because it's on the expensive end and it has a really specialized function, so I wanted to be certain. Also this would be my first Silhouette machine, I have a Cricut Explore that I love, so I was not sure what to expect. I can honestly say I'm very impressed! The machine is very compact and lightweight, it comes with 2 stamps/stamp kits, 4 ink colors, 1 month of Silhouette Studio, and a software CD. I have a Mac and downloaded the software from the website.
The included stamps are 30mm x 30mm and 15mm x 60mm. I used the rectangle to make a stamp for my website. The directions are very easy to follow and I was creating my stamp in about 10 minutes. The design software is easy to navigate and reminds me of Cricut Design Space, so I was comfortable after a few minutes. I printed my stamp and then removed it from the clear wrapping.
Each set comes with a wood block to mount your stamp to and labels you can stamp to identify your image.
I inked up my stamp and only had a little trouble because my letters are so small, I'm going to ink it again later to see if that helps even out the image.
I'm very happy that I bought this and I would recommend getting a few more stamps when you have a chance as this only comes with two. Also there are additional ink colors available, I ordered magenta when I ordered my machine. Each stamp will imprint about 50 times before you have to re-ink it, so far I've stamped about 20 images and it still looks good. If your craft budget allows, definitely get one, happy crafting.